Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 25, Text 12

SB 11.25.12

sattvam rajas tama iti
 guna jivasya naiva me
citta-ja yais tu bhutanam
 sajjamano nibadhyate
The three modes of material nature — goodness, passion and ignorance — influence the living entity but not Me. Manifesting within his mind, they induce the living entity to become attached to material bodies and other created objects. In this way the living entity is bound up.
The living entity is the marginal potency of the Supreme Lord, having the tendency to be overwhelmed by the Lord’s illusory material energy. The Personality of Godhead, however, is the absolute controller of illusion. Illusion can never control the Lord. Thus the Supreme Lord, Sri Krsna, is the eternal object of service for all living beings, who are eternally servants of the Lord.
The three modes of nature manifest within the material energy. When a conditioned soul adopts a material mentality, the modes exert their influence within the jurisdiction of that mentality. But if one purifies one’s mind in the devotional service of the Lord, the modes of nature can no longer act upon him, since they have no influence on the spiritual platform.
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 25, Text 11
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