uvagai veri koLavaruL Arunachala
Arunachala! I received the juice/essence of your natural Form (sorooba rasam or swarupa rasam = form essence/juice literally) in my hand, let me drink that and become crazed and lose myself in that state (veri means fanaticism, crazed state).
Inbam (pleasure or state of bliss) is divided into ‘paerinbam’, that is great bliss’ and ‘sitrinbam’ that is small pleasure (usually refers to worldly pleasures such as physical union). Many gnanis have equated the paerinbam or the blissful state of non duality to the drunk state of a bee who has had his fill of the nectar from the flowers. Here Bhagavan refers to his experience as ‘fruit in hand (kayinil kini where kayinil is in hand, kani is fruit).
Even though God is in our hand, we need his grace to be lost in his essence. Elders say ‘without guru’s grace oneness with divinity (sivabhogam) is not possible’. Saint Manickavasagar alludes to this state also (I don’t know who I am, or whether its day or night, I’m beyond the vasanas of mind in state of drunken craziness’).