iti vyavasito buddhyÄ
tataá¸¥ svaá¹ bhÄvam Ästhitaá¸¥
iti - thus; vyavasitaá¸¥ - having firmly decided; buddhyÄ - by proper intelligence; nÄrÄyaá¹a-gá¹hÄ«tayÄ - completely controlled by the mercy of NÄrÄyaá¹a, the Supreme Personality of Godhead; hitvÄ - giving up; anya-bhÄvam - consciousness other than Ká¹á¹£á¹a consciousness; ajÃ±Änam - which is nothing but constant ignorance and darkness; tataá¸¥ - thereafter; svam - his original position as an eternal servant of Ká¹á¹£á¹a; bhÄvam - devotional service; Ästhitaá¸¥ - situated.
When one actually becomes purely Ká¹á¹£á¹a conscious, no one has any right to rule over him. When situated in Ká¹á¹£á¹a consciousness, one is no longer in the darkness of ignorance, and when freed from all such darkness, one is situated in his original position. JÄ«veraÂ âsvarÅ«paâ haya â ká¹á¹£á¹eraÂ ânitya-dÄsa.â The living entity is eternally the servant of the Lord, and thus when he engages himself in the service of the Lord in all respects, he enjoys the perfection of life.