SrI: SrImathE SatakOpAya nama: SrImathE rAmAnujAya nama: SrImath varavaramunayE nama:
viṣayān indriyaiś caran
‘With senses bereft of longings and loathings, and kept under control, the man who despises delights, and whose mind is in his bidding, obtains pellucidness[1. Prasāda is ‘the serene and blessed mood’ of the poet. Serene contentment or benignant tranquility.] of mind.’
Whoso, as above declared (verses 61, ante), places his mind in Me, the Lord of all, – because I am the Holy Subject for thought -, all his taints are thoroughly expunged. The senses become destitute of cravings and loathings, and are mastered. He thus rejects from him all sense-delights; and has his mind under control. He gains pellucidness of mind (prasāda[2. Prasāda is ‘the serene and blessed mood’ of the poet. Serene contentment or benignant tranquility.]), i.e., purity (plus cheerfulness) of the internal organ (antah-karaṇa).
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