jñāna, yoga, bhakti,--tina sādhanera vaśe
brahma, ātmā, bhagavān--trividha prakāśe
jñāna—knowledge; yoga—mystic power; bhakti—devotional service; tina—three; sādhanera—of the processes of spiritual life; vaśe—under the control; brahma—impersonal Brahman; ātmā—localized Paramātmā; bhagavān—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; tri-vidha prakāśe—three kinds of manifestation.
"There are three kinds of spiritual processes for understanding the Absolute Truth-the processes of speculative knowledge, mystic yoga and bhakti-yoga. According to these three processes, the Absolute Truth is manifested as Brahman, Paramātmā and Bhagavān.
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