Bakthi - Kanthar Anubhuthi: Sing louder
By Sri Skanda's Warrior of Light
November 10, 2006
Last night, I dreamt I was with a huge gathering of devotees in a house. I was with my mother she and I were waiting to have a private interview with an important person. When we entered the room, there was a tall handsome young man in his early 20s standing before us. He was wearing a white veshti and was smiling at us both. I prostrated at His feet while thinking of Bhagavan Sri Skanda. While I was doing this I heard Him speak [in Tamil],"Murugan unna paatu ellaam kEtu-kondra-iruku-rare..avarE unna nalla pidit-chi-thu...aanaal, avar unna vadivaa-keka-illaye...nee koncha pelluthu padikOnum." [English Translation: Murugan is hearing your sadhana of devotional singing (thevaaram, thiruppugal, kanthar anubhuthi)...He is pleased with you...But he needs to hear you clearly so you need to sing more loudly."]
With that I awoke. I'm not sure what this means. However as the day went on, I realized that Murugan was speaking through that saint to tell me to gather more devotees to sing these sacred thevaaram, thiruppugal and kanthar anubhuthi pathigams because right now I'm only singing it either alone or with my mother.