CC Madhya 19.219
‘pūrṇaiśvarya-prabhu-jñāna’ adhika haya dāsye
kevala — only; svarūpa-jñāna — knowledge of the constitutional position of one’s self; haya — there is; śānta-rase — in the mellow of neutrality; pūrṇa-aiśvarya-prabhu-jñāna — knowledge of the full opulences of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; adhika — greater; haya — becomes; dāsye — in the transcendental mellow of servitude.
“On the platform of śānta-rasa, one realizes only his constitutional position. But when one is raised to the platform of dāsya-rasa, he better understands the full opulence of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.