bahya, antara,--ihara dui ta' sadhana
'bahye' sadhaka-dehe kare sravana-kirtana
'mane' nija-siddha-deha kariya bhavana
ratri-dine kare vraje krsnera sevana
bahya—externally; antara—internally; ihara—of this spontaneous love of Godhead; dui—two; ta'-indeed; sadhana—such processes of execution; bahye—externally; sadhaka-dehe—with the body of an advanced devotee; kare—does; sravana-kirtana—hearing and chanting; mane—the mind; nija—own; siddha-deha—eternal body or self-realized position; kariya bhavana—thinking of; ratri-dine—night and day; kare—executes; vraje—in Vrndavana; krsnera—of Lord Krsna; sevana—service.
"There are two processes by which one may execute this raganuga bhakti-external and internal. When self-realized, the advanced devotee externally remains like a neophyte and executes all the sastric injunctions, especially hearing and chanting. However, within his mind, in his original purified self-realized position, he serves Krsna in Vrndavana in his particular way. He serves Krsna twenty-four hours, all day and night.
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