vikriditam vraja-vadhubhir idam ca visnoh
sraddhanvito 'nusrnuyad atha varnayed yah
bhaktim param bhagavati pratilabhya kamam
hrd-rogam asv apahinoty acirena dhirah
vikriditam—the activity of the rasa dance; vraja-vadhubhih—the damsels of Vraja, the gopis; idam—this; ca—and; visnoh—of Lord Krsna; sraddha-anvitah—with transcendental faith; anusrnuyat—continuously hears in the parampara system; atha—also; varnayet—describes; yah—one who; bhaktim—devotional service; param—transcendental; bhagavati—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; pratilabhya—attaining; kamam—lusty material desires; hrt-rogam—the disease of the heart; asu—very soon; apahinoti—gives up; acirena—without delay; dhirah—one who is sober because of advanced devotional service
"A transcendentally sober person who, with faith and love continuously hears from a realized soul about the activities of Lord Krsna in His rasa dance with the gopis, or one who describes such activities, can attain full transcendental devotional service at the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Thus lusty material desires, which are the heart disease of all materialistic persons, are for him quickly and completely vanquished.'
All the activities of Lord Krsna are transcendental, and the gopis are also transcendentally situated. Therefore the activities of the gopis and Lord Krsna, if seriously understood, will certainly free one from material attachment. Then there is no possibility that lusty material desires will awaken.
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