bhakti-pravāha-yogena—by continuous engagement in devotional service; vairāgyeṇa—by renunciation; balīyasā—very strong; yukta-anuṣṭhāna—by proper performance of duties; jātena—produced; jñānena—by knowledge; brahma-hetunā—due to realization of the Absolute Truth; viśuddhena—by purification; tadā—then; ātmānam—Supreme Personality of Godhead; ātmanā—with the mind; viśvataḥ-mukham—whose face is turned everywhere; sva-anubhūtyā—by self-realization; tiraḥ-bhūta—disappeared; māyā-guṇa—of the modes of material nature; viśeṣaṇam—distinctions.
She did so with serious engagement in devotional service. Because she was strong in renunciation, she accepted only the necessities of the body. She became situated in knowledge due to realization of the Absolute Truth, her heart became purified, she became fully absorbed in meditation upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and all misgivings due to the modes of material nature disappeared.
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