eNNalai irum endraArunachala
Arunachala! You are present everywhere as the subtlest of the subtle. When I try to reach you in my heart and enjoy your presence, endless waves of thoughts crash around there preventing me from doing so. By your grace, will they cease? When will that be?
Bhagavan refers to the chidakasha (inner space or space of consciousness) here as he did in the verse (viNNinu nuNNaruL veLiye) in Arunachala Padhigam. It is the vasanas of ego that prevent us from being one with Arunachala. Waves of thoughts keep attacking us incessantly. Unless they are exhausted (Oydhal) we cannot reach Him.
Without the grace of god, ego-body-consciousness will not be eliminated and neither will the endless thought waves cease, and if these do not happen, we cannot enjoy the bliss of Self (swaupa ananda). So, Bhagavan pleads to Arunachala, to end the waves of thoughts standing in the way of attaining him, lamenting when will such a day come?