paaras parase kare a(n)g soha(n)gaa
bhut aatmaa kare neej ra(n)gaa....................................1
When the philosopher's stone (holy name) touches it makes the body Divine. It transforms the body into it's own nature.
dehaa jeev fanaa kar ddaale
It annihilates the body and soul and unites them into God.
jeevte jeev jeene apannaa khoyaa
The soul that has lost itself while alive, has indeed attained the realisation of itself.
satgur kirpaa neej huee sa(m)purann
Through the grace of the True Guide, one is fulfilled. The creation and the creator are from the same source (hence divinity is all pervasive, complete understanding of Islam is attained).
jeevan mugat jeev apannaa dekhe
He experiences the freedom of his soul while alive in this world. Gradually his soul achieves the status of higher freedom.
akha(n)dd vaa(n)ku neej hay aana(n)daa
He experiences unbroken joy and peace in himself. This joy is indeed the higher joy (of the soul).
guruchelaa na rahyaa koee
In this state, the relationship of the guide and the disciple dissolves and what remains is that from which the universe originated.
sarjannhaaraa soek anekaa
The Creator is one, assuming many forms. The guide/disciple relationship is one of them.
aapakhoyaa tab paayaa maram
When one loses himself, he attains the mysteries. He sees and shows God to others (through his enlightened behaviour and knowledge).
keett bhamareekaa tame dekho khelaa
Look at the relationship between a worm (larva) and a bee. When a worm endures the leaking of a bee, it is transformed into the nature of the bee. Similarly when a disciple rigorously follows the guide, he is transformed into the nature of the Guide, i.e. becomes Divine himself.
re tu(n)hee, saheje seetallamaholme(n), jo sanmukh peeyujee paayare ahmed tab vaeku(n)thh kee, aashaa kare balaayareO You, when one attains the Beloved face to face in a state of coolness and comfort, Sayyed Ahmed Shah says that for such a person the desire for paradise is dissolved, i.e. there is no need for any other better state than this.