Bhaktivinod Thakur has written a song “Cijjader Dvaita Jini Korena Sthapana”. The Official Name for this song is Upalabdhi: Sambandha-Abhideya-Prayojana-Vijnana Song 3. This song is taken from the book Kalayana Kalpataru. Bhaktivinoda Thakura says that there are some people who wrongly interpret about spirit and matter. They make their own material assumptions . He also speaks about Vaikunta where people are fully transcendental and their love culminates the sweet maha bhava. In Vaikunta everyone one is satisfied and there is no material desire. They only desire to be with Govinda and serve Him.
cijjader dvaita jini korena sthapana
jadiya kutrka-bale hay
bhrama-jal ta'r buddhi kore acchadana
bijnana-aloka nahi tay
cit-tattve adarsa boli' jane jey jane
jade anukrti, boli' mani
tahar bijnana suddha rahasya sadhane
samartha boliya ami jani
ataeva e jagate jaha laksya hoy
baikunthera jada anukrti
`sadosa jadiya parimiti
baikuntha-nilaye jei aprakrta rati
su madhura mahabahavavadhi
ta'r tuccha anukrti purusa-prakrti
aprakrta siddha-deha koriya asroy
sadhaka prakrti-bhave sri-nanda-tanoy
bhajena sarvada kautuhale
(1) Sometime one may foolishly try to establish the difference between spirit and matter in a manner based only on materialistic speculative theorems; but alas! His intelligence becomes covered over by a network of illusions, and thus he can have no real illumination or realized knowledge.
(2) That person who understands that matter is simply an imitation model of the true spiritual ideal achieves realization of the secret mysteries of the absolute problem. And I would consider such a person to be truly competent.
(3) Therefore you can observe that this universe is simply a material imitation of the supreme Vaikuntha realm. The difference is that all of the existence in Vaikuntha is spotlessly pure, without any trace of fault whatsoever, whereas the material sphere is always full of faults and inebriates.
(4) In the abode of Vaikuntha the transcendental love culminates into the highest limit of super-sweet mahabhava. In contrast, the insignificant imitative relationship between male and female in this world, and the resultant so-called pleasure of their association together, is simply an ocean of complete misery.
(5) Taking refuge in a transcendentally perfect siddha-deha, or spiritual body, on the strength of his union with his own natural samadhi, the aspirant thus eternally worships in novel curiosity the Son of Nanda Maharaja in the mood and emotions like that of a female.