sastrera siddhanta ei,--vijnera anubhava
mudha-loka nahi jane bhavera vaibhava
sastrera—of the revealed scriptures; siddhanta—conclusion; ei—this; vijnera anubhava—realization by experienced devotees; mudha-loka—fools and rascals; nahi jane—do not know; bhavera vaibhava—devotional opulences.
This conclusion of the revealed scriptures is also the realization of experienced devotees. Fools and rascals, however, cannot understand the opulences of devotional emotions.
When a person is liberated in the sarupya form of liberation, having a spiritual form exactly like Visnu, it is not possible for him to relish the relationship of Krsna's personal associates in their mellow exchanges. The devotees of Krsna, however, in their loving relationships with Krsna, sometimes forget their own identities; sometimes they think themselves one with Krsna and yet relish still greater transcendental mellow in that way. People in general, because of their foolishness only, try to become masters of everything, forgetting the transcendental mellow of servitorship to the Lord. When a person is actually advanced in spiritual understanding, however, he can accept the transcendental servitorship of the Lord without hesitation.
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