Some Inspiring Poems


Her Lotus Feet Are Prostrated!

If parents-in-law are venerated
And by whom no guest is frustrated
And husband’s lotus feet are concentrated,
By God, she will be the most venerated,
Her lotus feet are worthy to be prostrated
For by her not only my Guru was generated
But also by her my Guru will be regenerated.
By me only her lotus feet are forever prostrated.

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



Beyond E = MCC

E = mc^2

U = ∫ E di

I = Ei

He = I / Sin q

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



The Self-illuminating Light!
(The End Of All Scientific Research)

1.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Atom, chromosome and molecule-
All scientists cause me ridicule.
Oh, Guru, please explain how to produce self-illuminating light
The cause and origin of all external light,
In which Nath Yogi ever plays with delight.”

2.
My Guru says,
“Atom, chromosome and molecule –
All sciences make you ridicule;
Both will be the same for you – the day and the night
If you produce the self-illuminating light
The source and origin of all external light.
Producing this you require no laboratory or any instrument
But a sincere heart and steadfastness to do the experiment.
Nath Yogi uses his mind as a vacuum chamber.
Lust, anger, greed etc. are the gasses filling the chamber,
Experience is his vacuum pump and truth his vacuum gauge.
Evacuate the vacuum chamber whilst noting down the vacuum of mind.
In the empty chamber, place a filament made up of renunciation,
Pass through it the current of devotion,
Slowly increase the intensity of current while pumps and gauges are on.
Depending on time and the intensity of current,
Slowly gets heated is the filament.
When certain critical point is reached by the combination of time and current,
The filament starts emitting light,
Know it as self-illuminating light
The source and origin of all light.
In that light the same are day and night.
If you want to get this light
Try to do the experiment but do not fight.
Before this light dimmed is the sunlight
And one becomes eternally bright.
For a Nath Yogi this world is his laboratory
And his senses are his instruments,
His body is the center for advanced technology.
Failed before him are even parapsychology and astrology.
Atom, chromosome and molecule –
All sciences make you ridicule.”

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



Brain Washing!

The brain washing
Done by a washerman:
Cloth is the mind or brain.
Wash it with water of restraint
In the bucket of character.
Rub the dirt of lust, anger and greed
With the soap of truthful thought.
Remove the stains of attachment and others
With the soap of merciful thought
By the hand of firm resolution.
Hit the cloth on the stone of formless
And attribute-less and the stainless.
Then dry it on the hanger of devotion
Supported by wisdom and renunciation
In the day of awakening
Illuminated by the light of unselfishness.
Then the cloth becomes so bright
That it reflects self-illuminating light.
Without fail, I bow before this washerman
For my Guru is He! His disciple is me!
My Eternal Father is He! His eternal son is me!
His lotus feet servant is only me! forever me!

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
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Flowers, Fruits, Leaves & Water Of The Gita!

1.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“The flower is what?
The leaf is what?
The fruit is what?
And the water is what?
What does the Gita mention?
By the pure minded with devotion
Of course, is the imposed condition,
That the poorest of the poor can afford
By which satisfied and elated is our Lord?
Please tell me, oh, my Lord,
As Thou art the Word of God.”

2.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Flowers of faith,
Leaves of desires,
Fruits of actions,
And waters of renunciation.
These the poorest of the poor can afford,
By which elated and delighted is our Lord.”

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



The Trinity In One!

1.
What ought to be done?
What ought not to be done?
In that ought to be done
What ought not to be done?
In that ought not to be done
What ought to be done?
Which duties are ought to include?
Which duties are ought to exclude?
Even the wise cannot conclude
As, even them, these duties delude.

2.
What ought to be done?
What ought not to be done?
In that ought to be done
What ought not to be done?
In that ought not to be done
What ought to be done?
Which duties are ought to be included?
Which duties are ought to be excluded?
By whom these are easily concluded,
By whom maya is deluded,
The doer is he;
The deed is he;
He is the done;
The three in one.
The knower is he;
The knowledge is he;
He is the known;
The three in one.
The Holy Spirit is he;
The Father is he;
He is the Son;
The Trinity in One.
God is he;
Brahma is he;
My Guru is he.
His disciple is me.
His lotus feet servant is only me! only me!
Forever me! always me! always me! forever me!

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



The Essence Of Buddha!

1.
Rama Rao Das aks,
“Oh! my Guru please tell me
What is the essence of the three
Attained by the Buddha under the Bodhi tree.
What is the enlightened souls’ eternal way
That he found at the midnight of full moon day.
Be gracious and let me have Your word
Many a times these have been heard.
Buddham Saranam Gachchami!
Dharmam Saranam Gachchami!
Sangam Saranam Gachchami!”

2.
My Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Oh! My son, taking refuge all the time in Buddha,
Righteousness and the community of saints.
This is the sum and substance of the three
Acquired by the Enlightened Buddha under the tree.”

3.
Rama Rao Das says,
“Thanks, Oh, my Eternal Father dear!
Only by Your grace, truth is quite clear;
Resting at Your lotus feet is
The Buddham Saranam Gachchami!
Practicing Your word is
The Dharmam Saranam Gachchami!
Adoring our Fore-Gurus is
The Sangam Saranam Gachchami!”

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



Immortal Football or Soccer!

Immortal game of football
Here Nath Yogi narrates to all.
Who understand his call
For them there is no fall.
To play this one needs no money
Nor does one require things any.
Vishaya is the ball
Maya kicks towards all
And wants to make a goal
To win over the soul
She plays sans a foul.
The ego is the goal keeper
And the mind is the captain.
The remaining players are nine
Who kick the ball very fine
As they are free of ‘my and mine’.
If the ball is missed by the nine,
The captain defends it before the line
And goal keeper holds it on the goal line.
Mercy and righteousness are the sidelines.
Character and contentment are the goal lines.
By scriptures defined is the centre line.
Unselfishness is the name of his court.
Selfishness is the name of maya’s court.
Maya fails to post a goal
For he plays without a foul
As the ego is under the soul.
The loss to maya is ever certain
As the captain likes wisdom to restrain.
Truth is the umpire,
He plays sans a desire.
The world is the playground.
Him, peace and bliss surely surround,
Who hits the goal, defended by maya, of devotion
While defending his goal post of renunciation.
His coach is the Guru true
Who sees him ever through.
He plays the game for all the time
Of course in the day and at night.
Beholding self-illuminating light
He ever plays with delight.
The innumerable Perfect Beings are the spectators
Who are eager to cheer at and welcome the victors.
Whoever wants to reach Heaven
This game should be played for 24X7.
Nath Yogi’s football game thus I brief
By winning which you will have no grief
You can pass from mortality to immortality.

Note:
vishaya = the object of the senses
*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!



Guru & Disciple!

1.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“I beg Thee,
Please tell me,
Who is the Guru?
A disciple is who?”

2.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Word is the Guru,
Thought is His disciple.
This is the truth in principle,
Thus declares Guru Bhuvani Nath’s disciple.”

3.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Word is what?
What is thought?
Tell me, Thou art beyond thought,
Only by Your grace truth is got.”

4.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Om is the Word.
Surrender is the thought.
This is the truth in principle
So declares Guru Bhuvani Nath’s disciple.”

5.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“What is Om?
What is surrender?
Tell me, oh! my Lord
Thou art beyond word.”

6.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Om is Brahma.
Surrender is Atma.
Thus I declare thee
So that truth you can see.”

7.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Who is Brahma?
Who is Atma?
Let me have Your Word
As Thou art beyond work.”

8.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“The Guru is Brahma.
His disciple is Atma.
Thus I declare thee
So that truth you can see.”

9.
Rama Rao Das asks,
“Prostrating at Your lotus feet
I beg Thee to answer my heartbeat,
What is the root of religion?
What is the root of Yoga?”

10.
Guru Siddha Nath says,
“Mercy is the root of religion
And generosity is the root of Yoga.
Bowing to My Guru Bhuvani Nath’s lotus feet
I declare to thee, these truths no heart can beat.”

*** Salutations To The Shoes Of My Guru Siddha Nath ***
The True Guru’s Grace Has No End!