CC Madhya 6.267 (1975)
- 'sālokyādi' cāri yadi haya sevā-dvāra
- tabu kadācit bhakta kare aṅgīkāra
sālokya-ādi—beginning with sālokya; cāri—four kinds of liberation; yadi—if; haya—are; sevā-dvāra—a means of rendering service to the Lord; tabu—still; kadācit—occasionally; bhakta—a pure devotee; kare—makes; aṅgīkāra—acceptance.
"If there is a chance to serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead, a pure devotee sometimes accepts the sālokya, sārūpya, sāmīpya or sārṣṭi forms of liberation, but never sāyujya.