|Chapter 2||The Eternal Reality of the Soul's Immortality||Verse 65|
Rudra Vaisnava Sampradaya:
What happens when the mercy of the Supreme Lord is attained is being stated by Lord Krishna in this verse: that the direct result is the destruction of all miseries and quickly this happy minded person is fully established in spiritual intelligence.
Brahma Vaisnava Sampradaya:
One may wonder how are all sorrows destroyed on attaining the state of satisfaction? Lord Krishna explains that by achieving tranquillity of mind the intellect becomes established in connecting to the ultimate reality. Prasade indicates that by the mercy of the Supreme Lord one neutralises the tendency to gravitate towards experiencing objects of the senses.
Sri Vaisnava Sampradaya:
Lord Krishna now explains that when the mind is placid and pure it has enacted for itself the cessation of all miseries arising from conjunction with prakriti materialism. Prasanna-chetah refers to that delightful one whose mind is expunged of all impediments that hinders it from realising the eternal soul while bestowing the spiritual intelligence needed for illumination. Thus when the mind has been purified all sorrow is terminated.
Kumara Vaisnava Sampradaya:
By achieving a state of mental placidity all ones physical as well as other sorrows of the aspirant come to an end. The fruition of sorrow and pain is inevitable for one attached to sensual objects. But in the case of one who has purified their mind the sorrows and pains are easily neutralised by one of pure mind. Not only are all sorrows and pains neutralised but one also achieves great benefit. By the word hi certainly Lord Krishna is emphasising that such a person of pure and tranquil mind very soon becomes firmly established in transcendent consciousness.