1. 76

    यथा तृणजलूकेयं नापयात्यपयाति च । न त्यजेन्म्रियमाणोऽपि प्राग्देहाभिमतिं जनः ।। ४-२९-७६ ।।

    The caterpillar transports itself from one leaf to another by capturing one leaf before giving up the other. ।। 4-29-76 ।।

  2. 77

    यावदन्यं न विन्देत व्यवधानेन कर्मणाम् । मन एव मनुष्येन्द्र भूतानां भवभावनम् ।। ४-२९-७७ ।।

    Similarly, according to his previous work, the living entity must capture another body before giving up the one he has. This is because the mind is the reservoir of all kinds of desires. ।। 4-29-77 ।।

  3. 78

    यदाक्षैश्चरितान् ध्यायन् कर्माण्याचिनुतेऽसकृत् । सति कर्मण्यविद्यायां बन्धः कर्मण्यनात्मनः ।। ४-२९-७८ ।।

    As long as we desire to enjoy sense gratification, we create material activities. When the living entity acts in the material field, he enjoys the senses, and while enjoying the senses, he creates another series of material activities. In this way the living entity becomes entrapped as a conditioned soul. ।। 4-29-78 ।।

  4. 79

    अतस्तदपवादार्थं भज सर्वात्मना हरिम् । पश्यंस्तदात्मकं विश्वं स्थित्युत्पत्त्यप्यया यतः ।। ४-२९-७९ ।।

    You should always know that this cosmic manifestation is created, maintained and annihilated by the will of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Consequently, everything within this cosmic manifestation is under the control of the Lord. To be enlightened by this perfect knowledge, one should always engage himself in the devotional service of the Lord. ।। 4-29-79 ।।

  5. 80

    मैत्रेय उवाच भागवतमुख्यो भगवान् नारदो हंसयोर्गतिम् । प्रदर्श्य ह्यमुमामन्त्र्य सिद्धलोकं ततोऽगमत् ।। ४-२९-८० ।।

    The great sage Maitreya continued: The supreme devotee, the great saint Nārada, thus explained to King Prācīnabarhi the constitutional position of the Supreme Personality of Godhead and the living entity. After giving an invitation to the King, Nārada Muni left to return to Siddhaloka. ।। 4-29-80 ।।