CC Madhya 6.159 (1975)
- ānandāṁśe 'hlādinī,' sad-aṁśe 'sandhinī'
- cid-aṁśe 'samvit', yāre jñāna kari māni
ānanda-aṁśe—in the part of bliss; hlādinī—the pleasure potency; sat-aṁśe—in the part of eternity; sandhinī—the sandhinī potency; cit-aṁśe—in the part of knowledge; samvit—the samvit potency; yāre—which; jñāna—as knowledge; kari māni—we accept.
"The three portions of the spiritual potency are called hlādinī [the bliss portion], sandhinī [the eternity portion] and samvit [the knowledge portion]. We accept knowledge of these as full knowledge of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
To acquire knowledge of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, one must take shelter of the samvit potency of the Supreme Lord.