Could someone provide the source of the following sloka where Vyasadeva apologises to God for the following three errors He committed in the Srimad Bhagavatam:
i) He has assumed that God has a form while actually He does not.
ii) He mentioned that God can be praised while He is beyond words.
iii) He has glorified some places as holy while He is all pervading?
I found this sloka is in the footnote of page 152 of Sri Sri Ramakrishna Kathamrita (Akhanda Udbodhan Edition):
रूपं रूपविवर्जितस्य भवतो ध्यानेन यत्कल्पितं स्तुत्यानिर्वचनीयताऽखिलगुरो दूरीकृता यन्मया व्यापित्वं च निराकृतं भगवतो यत्तीर्थयात्रादिना क्षन्तव्यं जगदीश तद्विकलतादोषत्रयं मत्कृतम्।