Shukdeva advises Raja Parikshit in Srimad-Bhagavatam (12/5/11):
aham brahma param dhaam brahma aham paramam padam/evam samikshya cha aatmanam aatmanimaadhaya nishkale
English Translation: Think: I am Brahman, the Absolute Abode, the final destination and attach the Self to the ever-unstinted Brahman.
Interestingly, Sukadeva at the end of Bhagavatam does not advise King Parikshit to pray to God for liberation. He advises to think: I am Brahman.
How does the Sri Madhvacharya interpret the above sloka?