CC Madhya 20.164
- ‘bhaktye’ bhagavānera anubhava—pūrṇa-rūpa
- eka-i vigrahe tāṅra ananta svarūpa
bhaktye—by devotional service; bhagavānera—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; anubhava—perception; pūrṇa-rūpa—perfectly; eka-i—one; vigrahe—in the transcendental form; tāṅra—His; ananta—unlimited; svarūpa—expansions of plenary portions.
“Only by devotional activity can one understand the transcendental form of the Lord, which is perfect in all respects. Although His form is one, He can expand His form into unlimited numbers by His supreme will.