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The Garland of Guru's Sayings
The Garland of Guru's Sayings
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Introduction

Born to Sri Krishna Iyer of Ramanathapuram in 1890, the child was originally named Sambamurti. However, in the official name was C.K. Subramanya Iyer. He, who in later year could sing and pour out verses in torrent, could hardly speak and was almost dumb till the age of five. Having lost his father early in life, he lived in Coimbatore and received his education there.

He grew up in an atmosphere of Tamil learning and evinced a deep love for his mother tongue; consequently he specialized in it and soon became a highly accomplished scholar in his ancient and still living language. He was a Pandit- member in the lexicon committee preside over by Dr. Chandler.

Having studied the Tirukkiural thoroughly he followed its precepts meticulously in his life. Out of love for Tamil he changed his name to Mugavai Kanna Murganar (see v.13 of The Garland), corresponding to his original name.

Not only was he a noted scholar, but also a spiritually oriented nationalist and was greatly influenced bu Gandhiji’s liberation movement. His first volume of poems was “Swatantra Gitam.”

He first came to Sri Bhagavan in 1923. This darshan and the intense gaze of Sri Bhagavan transformed his being. When thus he came under the spell of the Master, all lesser lights were absorbed in the radiance of His presence and he never again wrote on any theme other than the glory and the sayings of the Master. Murugana himself tells us what happened when he came to Bhagavan:

With blazing bright, unwinking eyes

He gazed and drunk in my whole Being.

Swept off by such enchanting beauty

His utter slave I have become.(1) To sing His praise, to pracise His presence and to explain His teachings the poet uses word which, whether richly sensuous or austerely intellectual. Are invariably appropriate, while his repertory of metrical form is astounding in its vastness, flexibility and power. Like some great temple complex with its shrines and tower, its tanks and groves. Te immense output of this poet constitutes a massive and worthy monument to the Master, whose mighty message Sri Muruganar manages to convey, because he is himself a consummate and humble scholar, poet, saint.

Muruganar’s self-effacement was total and he sat immortal in the shadow of Ramana’s Feet He passed away on August 28,1973 amidst the chanting of the devotes in praise of Sri Arunachala and Sri Ramana.

 

Contents

 

  Part- I 1
1 Invocation to the Guru 4
2 Name and Genesis of this treatise 8
3 This treatise but restores 10
4 Author's Humble apology 12
5 Dedication 13
6 the Author  
  The Quest  
  Invocation to the Guru 14
1 Actuality of the World 19
2 Unreality of the World 63
3 Allurement of the world 71
4 Aridity of the World 75
5 Playing One's Role in the world 81
6 Illusory Appearances (Vivarta) 83
7 Doctrine of NO Birth (Ajata) 100
8 Why Diverse Theories of Creation 102
9 Part Played by God 103
10 The Three Prime Entities 110
11 Veiling (Tiroda) 116
12 Individuality (Vyakti) 118
13 Wrong Identification 125
14 The Pandit 132
15 The Poet 138
16 Futility of Mere Learning 141
17 Truth of Vedanta 148
18 The course of Prarabdha 150
19 The Power of Parabdha 153
20 False Jiva and Siva 154
21 Strength of Vasanas 155
22 The Ego-Knot 156
23 The ego's strength 161
24 The Ego's Dance 166
25 Treachery to the Self 177
26 Heaven and Hell 178
27 Terror of Hell (Naraka) 180
28 Victory over Naraka 181
29 Turning Inward 184
30 The kingdom of God 198
31 Siva hood 197
32 Non-difference of Hari and Hara 200
33 Sakti and Siva 201
34 Siva-worship 204
35 Meaning of Prostration 207
36 Image-worship 208
37 Sacred Ashes (Vibhuti) 209
38 Riding the Bull 214
39 Sakti and Santi 215
40 Macro and Micro 218
41 Desire for Thaumaturgy Powers (siddhis) 219
42 True immortality 225
43 Elixir for immortality 230
44 Body-preservation 232
45 Of Non-Attachment 236
46 Awareness Is Detachment 243
47 Mind's Puissance 244
48 Inner Purity 245
49 Of Death 247
50 Locus of Life 249
51 The Heart 253
52 The True Guru 266
53 Guru's Grace 275
54 Certitude 288
55 The left-over (Uchishtam) 301
56 Reverence to the Guru 304
57 Guru's Greatness 321
58 Of Satsang 328
59 The Greatness of Devotees 333
60 Of Brahma -Vidya (knowledge of Brahman) 336
61 The living truth in religions 338
62 Infinite vision 343
63 Ego-Loss 351
64 The True I 359
65 Self Awakening 362
66 Freedom from Sorrow 367
67 Desirelessness 371
68 Freedom from Bondage 380
69 Self-Enquiry 384
70 True Penance (Tapas) 408
71 Awareness Is Detachment 417
72 Nirvana 441
73 Self-Realization 443
74 Firm Awareness 447
75 Enjoyment of Bliss 451
76 Sleep 455
77 True Being 463
78 Ending of Doership 466
79 Non-Action 476
80 Self-Surrender 477
81 How to Treat Enemies 488
82 Moderation in Life 491
83 The Sin of Excess 493
84 Meekness 494
85 What is worth Doing 500
  Part-II- Continued Practice  
1 Teaching and learning 502
2 Mahavakyas 505
3 The Upanishads 509
4 Worship 510
5 Silent Worship 520
6 Vanity of Argument 522
7 Maya of Measurement 527
8 Indirect knowledge 529
9 Jiva one only 534
10 Knowledge and Ignorance 536
11 Illusion 548
12 Waking Dream 553
13 Different States 566
14 Deeds Good and Bad 570
15 Dyads and Triads 575
16 Sense Pleasures 582
17 Illusion of the mind 594
18 Ignorance 598
19 Immaturity 605
20 Forgetfulness 606
21 Samsara 613
22 Afflictions 617
23 Wonderful Maya 621
24 The Harm of Praise 623
25 Evil of Egotism 625
26 Origin of Sorrow 627
27 The Jiva (Separate Self) 629
28 The Jiva's Unreality 634
29 The World's "Reality" 635
30 Denotative knowledge 640
31 Ending Indicative Knowledge 645
32 Love 650
33 Embodiment as Form 656
34 Five-Fold Function 666
35 Freedom from Doership 668
36 Jiva's Creation and God's 669
37 The Process of Neti (Not this) 671
38 Freedom from vasanas 675
39 True Fasting 678
40 Diet Regulation 679
41 True Purity 680
42 Freedom from Desire 683
43 Sense-control 685
44 Conquest of the Senses 688
45 Asanas 690
46 Becoming Pure 691
47 Breath-Control 700
48 Secret of Karma 703
49 Japa 706
50 the True Temple 711
51 The Holy Name 712
52 Bhakti 718
53 Bhakti-Jnana Identity 722
54 Bhakt-Vichara 724
55 One -Pointed Devotion 734
56 Dhyana-Vichara 738
57 Meditation on Form 742
58 Meditation on space 743
59 Meditation on Time 746
60 Steady, Continuous Meditation (Nidhyasana) 749
61 Other Sadhanas 755
62 Aids to Enquiry 758
63 completion of Sadhana 765
64 Meditation and Discrimination (Viveka) 769
65 Pure Being (Summa Irutthal) 773
66 The Separate "I" 775
67 The Basic Quest 782
68 Seeker's Conduct 786
69 Peace 796
70 Disciple's conduct 798
71 Real Compassion for Creatures 802
72 Rites for Ancestors 805
73 Service to "Others" 806
74 Sympathy 810
75 Equality 816
76 Testimony of Conscience 819
77 Truthfulness 820
78 Detachment 822
79 The Greatness of Renunciation 828
80 True Renunciation 840
81 The Whole mind 841
82 Destruction of the Ego 844
83 True Being 865
84 Who is the Witness? 869
  Part-III- Experience of Realty  
1 Direct knowledge 878
2 Eternal Awareness 881
3 Nirvikalpa Samadhi 893
4 Changelessness 903
5 Solitude 908
6 Non-Attachment 909
7 Destruction of Mind 913
8 The Defunct mind 924
9 Omniscience 926
10 Transcendence of Turiya ( Turiyatita) 937
11 Wholeness and Movement 941
12 Severing the knot 942
13 Fulfilment 945
14 Non-Existence of Suffering 952
15 the Pervasiveness of Deep Sleep 957
16 Waking Sleep 959
17 Non-Dual Awareness 961
18 Grace 965
19 Sat-Chit-Ananda 971
20 Being 980
21 All is Brahman 985
22 Harmony 989
23 Childlikeness 994
24 Union with the Atman 996
25 The Grandeur of Awareness 1000
26 Cosmic Consciousness 1005
27 The Sky of Awareness 1007
28 The Inner Space 1016
29 Making That known 1020
30 The Atman 1022
31 The Puissance of the Self 1030
32 Nature of the Self 1032
33 The grandeur of the Self(Atman) 1058
34 The Self Supreme (Paramatman) 1069
35 Freedom from Fear 1078
36 Advata (Non-Duality) 1080
37 Atheism 1082
38 True faith 1083
39 Eternal freedom 1085
40 Authentic Living 1089
41 The Formless 1098
42 Sahaja Nishta (Those in the Natural State) 1105
43 The sthitaprajna (Steadfast Awareness) 1111
44 After the knot is cut ones 1113
45 Service to the Great ones 1125
46 Service to the Great Ones 1130
47 Ending of Vasanas 1131
48 Jivanmuktas (Liberated while alive) 1135
49 Jnanis 1152
50 The Jnani's Actions 1160
51 Self-Abidance 1167
52 Might of Mouna 1172
53 Pure Mouna 1183
54 Supreme Bhakti 1205
55 The Miracle of Jnana 1212
56 Brahman 1215
57 Mukti 1221
58 The Truth Supreme 1227
59 True Being 1230
60 Transcendence of Thought 1237
61 Describing the Experience 1240
62 Equanimity 1249
  Invocation to the Guru 1254
  Appendix 241
  Glossary 243
  Index 249

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Introduction

Born to Sri Krishna Iyer of Ramanathapuram in 1890, the child was originally named Sambamurti. However, in the official name was C.K. Subramanya Iyer. He, who in later year could sing and pour out verses in torrent, could hardly speak and was almost dumb till the age of five. Having lost his father early in life, he lived in Coimbatore and received his education there.

He grew up in an atmosphere of Tamil learning and evinced a deep love for his mother tongue; consequently he specialized in it and soon became a highly accomplished scholar in his ancient and still living language. He was a Pandit- member in the lexicon committee preside over by Dr. Chandler.

Having studied the Tirukkiural thoroughly he followed its precepts meticulously in his life. Out of love for Tamil he changed his name to Mugavai Kanna Murganar (see v.13 of The Garland), corresponding to his original name.

Not only was he a noted scholar, but also a spiritually oriented nationalist and was greatly influenced bu Gandhiji’s liberation movement. His first volume of poems was “Swatantra Gitam.”

He first came to Sri Bhagavan in 1923. This darshan and the intense gaze of Sri Bhagavan transformed his being. When thus he came under the spell of the Master, all lesser lights were absorbed in the radiance of His presence and he never again wrote on any theme other than the glory and the sayings of the Master. Murugana himself tells us what happened when he came to Bhagavan:

With blazing bright, unwinking eyes

He gazed and drunk in my whole Being.

Swept off by such enchanting beauty

His utter slave I have become.(1) To sing His praise, to pracise His presence and to explain His teachings the poet uses word which, whether richly sensuous or austerely intellectual. Are invariably appropriate, while his repertory of metrical form is astounding in its vastness, flexibility and power. Like some great temple complex with its shrines and tower, its tanks and groves. Te immense output of this poet constitutes a massive and worthy monument to the Master, whose mighty message Sri Muruganar manages to convey, because he is himself a consummate and humble scholar, poet, saint.

Muruganar’s self-effacement was total and he sat immortal in the shadow of Ramana’s Feet He passed away on August 28,1973 amidst the chanting of the devotes in praise of Sri Arunachala and Sri Ramana.

 

Contents

 

  Part- I 1
1 Invocation to the Guru 4
2 Name and Genesis of this treatise 8
3 This treatise but restores 10
4 Author's Humble apology 12
5 Dedication 13
6 the Author  
  The Quest  
  Invocation to the Guru 14
1 Actuality of the World 19
2 Unreality of the World 63
3 Allurement of the world 71
4 Aridity of the World 75
5 Playing One's Role in the world 81
6 Illusory Appearances (Vivarta) 83
7 Doctrine of NO Birth (Ajata) 100
8 Why Diverse Theories of Creation 102
9 Part Played by God 103
10 The Three Prime Entities 110
11 Veiling (Tiroda) 116
12 Individuality (Vyakti) 118
13 Wrong Identification 125
14 The Pandit 132
15 The Poet 138
16 Futility of Mere Learning 141
17 Truth of Vedanta 148
18 The course of Prarabdha 150
19 The Power of Parabdha 153
20 False Jiva and Siva 154
21 Strength of Vasanas 155
22 The Ego-Knot 156
23 The ego's strength 161
24 The Ego's Dance 166
25 Treachery to the Self 177
26 Heaven and Hell 178
27 Terror of Hell (Naraka) 180
28 Victory over Naraka 181
29 Turning Inward 184
30 The kingdom of God 198
31 Siva hood 197
32 Non-difference of Hari and Hara 200
33 Sakti and Siva 201
34 Siva-worship 204
35 Meaning of Prostration 207
36 Image-worship 208
37 Sacred Ashes (Vibhuti) 209
38 Riding the Bull 214
39 Sakti and Santi 215
40 Macro and Micro 218
41 Desire for Thaumaturgy Powers (siddhis) 219
42 True immortality 225
43 Elixir for immortality 230
44 Body-preservation 232
45 Of Non-Attachment 236
46 Awareness Is Detachment 243
47 Mind's Puissance 244
48 Inner Purity 245
49 Of Death 247
50 Locus of Life 249
51 The Heart 253
52 The True Guru 266
53 Guru's Grace 275
54 Certitude 288
55 The left-over (Uchishtam) 301
56 Reverence to the Guru 304
57 Guru's Greatness 321
58 Of Satsang 328
59 The Greatness of Devotees 333
60 Of Brahma -Vidya (knowledge of Brahman) 336
61 The living truth in religions 338
62 Infinite vision 343
63 Ego-Loss 351
64 The True I 359
65 Self Awakening 362
66 Freedom from Sorrow 367
67 Desirelessness 371
68 Freedom from Bondage 380
69 Self-Enquiry 384
70 True Penance (Tapas) 408
71 Awareness Is Detachment 417
72 Nirvana 441
73 Self-Realization 443
74 Firm Awareness 447
75 Enjoyment of Bliss 451
76 Sleep 455
77 True Being 463
78 Ending of Doership 466
79 Non-Action 476
80 Self-Surrender 477
81 How to Treat Enemies 488
82 Moderation in Life 491
83 The Sin of Excess 493
84 Meekness 494
85 What is worth Doing 500
  Part-II- Continued Practice  
1 Teaching and learning 502
2 Mahavakyas 505
3 The Upanishads 509
4 Worship 510
5 Silent Worship 520
6 Vanity of Argument 522
7 Maya of Measurement 527
8 Indirect knowledge 529
9 Jiva one only 534
10 Knowledge and Ignorance 536
11 Illusion 548
12 Waking Dream 553
13 Different States 566
14 Deeds Good and Bad 570
15 Dyads and Triads 575
16 Sense Pleasures 582
17 Illusion of the mind 594
18 Ignorance 598
19 Immaturity 605
20 Forgetfulness 606
21 Samsara 613
22 Afflictions 617
23 Wonderful Maya 621
24 The Harm of Praise 623
25 Evil of Egotism 625
26 Origin of Sorrow 627
27 The Jiva (Separate Self) 629
28 The Jiva's Unreality 634
29 The World's "Reality" 635
30 Denotative knowledge 640
31 Ending Indicative Knowledge 645
32 Love 650
33 Embodiment as Form 656
34 Five-Fold Function 666
35 Freedom from Doership 668
36 Jiva's Creation and God's 669
37 The Process of Neti (Not this) 671
38 Freedom from vasanas 675
39 True Fasting 678
40 Diet Regulation 679
41 True Purity 680
42 Freedom from Desire 683
43 Sense-control 685
44 Conquest of the Senses 688
45 Asanas 690
46 Becoming Pure 691
47 Breath-Control 700
48 Secret of Karma 703
49 Japa 706
50 the True Temple 711
51 The Holy Name 712
52 Bhakti 718
53 Bhakti-Jnana Identity 722
54 Bhakt-Vichara 724
55 One -Pointed Devotion 734
56 Dhyana-Vichara 738
57 Meditation on Form 742
58 Meditation on space 743
59 Meditation on Time 746
60 Steady, Continuous Meditation (Nidhyasana) 749
61 Other Sadhanas 755
62 Aids to Enquiry 758
63 completion of Sadhana 765
64 Meditation and Discrimination (Viveka) 769
65 Pure Being (Summa Irutthal) 773
66 The Separate "I" 775
67 The Basic Quest 782
68 Seeker's Conduct 786
69 Peace 796
70 Disciple's conduct 798
71 Real Compassion for Creatures 802
72 Rites for Ancestors 805
73 Service to "Others" 806
74 Sympathy 810
75 Equality 816
76 Testimony of Conscience 819
77 Truthfulness 820
78 Detachment 822
79 The Greatness of Renunciation 828
80 True Renunciation 840
81 The Whole mind 841
82 Destruction of the Ego 844
83 True Being 865
84 Who is the Witness? 869
  Part-III- Experience of Realty  
1 Direct knowledge 878
2 Eternal Awareness 881
3 Nirvikalpa Samadhi 893
4 Changelessness 903
5 Solitude 908
6 Non-Attachment 909
7 Destruction of Mind 913
8 The Defunct mind 924
9 Omniscience 926
10 Transcendence of Turiya ( Turiyatita) 937
11 Wholeness and Movement 941
12 Severing the knot 942
13 Fulfilment 945
14 Non-Existence of Suffering 952
15 the Pervasiveness of Deep Sleep 957
16 Waking Sleep 959
17 Non-Dual Awareness 961
18 Grace 965
19 Sat-Chit-Ananda 971
20 Being 980
21 All is Brahman 985
22 Harmony 989
23 Childlikeness 994
24 Union with the Atman 996
25 The Grandeur of Awareness 1000
26 Cosmic Consciousness 1005
27 The Sky of Awareness 1007
28 The Inner Space 1016
29 Making That known 1020
30 The Atman 1022
31 The Puissance of the Self 1030
32 Nature of the Self 1032
33 The grandeur of the Self(Atman) 1058
34 The Self Supreme (Paramatman) 1069
35 Freedom from Fear 1078
36 Advata (Non-Duality) 1080
37 Atheism 1082
38 True faith 1083
39 Eternal freedom 1085
40 Authentic Living 1089
41 The Formless 1098
42 Sahaja Nishta (Those in the Natural State) 1105
43 The sthitaprajna (Steadfast Awareness) 1111
44 After the knot is cut ones 1113
45 Service to the Great ones 1125
46 Service to the Great Ones 1130
47 Ending of Vasanas 1131
48 Jivanmuktas (Liberated while alive) 1135
49 Jnanis 1152
50 The Jnani's Actions 1160
51 Self-Abidance 1167
52 Might of Mouna 1172
53 Pure Mouna 1183
54 Supreme Bhakti 1205
55 The Miracle of Jnana 1212
56 Brahman 1215
57 Mukti 1221
58 The Truth Supreme 1227
59 True Being 1230
60 Transcendence of Thought 1237
61 Describing the Experience 1240
62 Equanimity 1249
  Invocation to the Guru 1254
  Appendix 241
  Glossary 243
  Index 249

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