imam tu kausaravinopavarnitam
pravrddha-bhavo ’sru-kalakulo muner
dadhara murdhna caranam hrda hareh
imam—all this; tu—then; kausaravina—by Maitreya; upavarnitam—described; ksatta—Vidura; nisamya—after hearing; ajita-vada—glorification of the Supreme Lord; sat-katham—transcendental message; pravrddha—enhanced; bhavah—ecstasies; asru—of tears; kala—by particles; akulah—overwhelmed; muneh—of the great sage; dadhara—captured; murdhna—by the head; caranam—the lotus feet; hrda—by the heart; hareh—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
My dear King, in this way, after hearing the transcendental messages of the Supreme Personality of Godhead and His devotees from the great sage Maitreya, Vidura was overwhelmed with ecstasy. With tears in his eyes, he immediately fell down at the lotus feet of his guru, his spiritual master. He then fixed the Supreme Personality of Godhead within the core of his heart.
This is a sign of associating with great devotees. A devotee takes instructions from a liberated soul and is thus overwhelmed by ecstasy from transcendental pleasure. As stated by Prahlada Maharaja:
One cannot become a perfect devotee of the Lord without having touched the lotus feet of a great devotee. One who has nothing to do with this material world is called niskincana. The process of self-realization and the path home, back to Godhead, means surrendering to the bona fide spiritual master and taking the dust of his lotus feet on one’s head. Thus one advances on the path of transcendental realization. Vidura had this relationship with Maitreya, and he attained the results.
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