According to Vaishnavism, there are six kinds of liberation from Samsara (the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth). They're each defined in relation to Vishnu, since Vaishnavas consider Vishnu to be the supreme goal:
- Ekatva, or oneness with the Atma
- Salokya, or living in the same world as Vishnu
- Sarshti, or having the same opulences as Vishnu
- Samipya, or being a personal associate of Vishnu
- Sarupya, or having the same form as Vishnu
- Sayujya, or having the same experiences as Vishnu
I discuss Ekatva in my question here. But the real goal for Vaishnavas is Sayujya, where one has the privilege of eternal service to Vishnu and one has the same blissful experiences that Vishnu himself has. In this verse of the Srimad Bhagavatam, the sage Kapila says that a devotee of Vishnu should reject the other five forms of liberation:
A pure devotee does not accept any kind of liberation — sālokya, sārṣṭi, sāmīpya, sārūpya or ekatva — even though they are offered by the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
But apparently this isn't the only Srimad Bhagavatam verse that makes this point. In his work the Virodha Parihara, the Sri Vashnava Acharya Vedanta Desikan quotes another verse:
It is said in Bhagavatha,
ḻokeśu viśnūh nivasanthi kecith
samīpam rccanthi ca kecidhanye
anye thu rupam sadhrsam bhajanthe
sāyujyam anye sa thu mūkśaukthah
'[S]ome live in the same realm with the Lord which is sAlOkya; others live very close to Him, that is, sAmeepya; Yet others acquire a form similar to Him known as sArupyam; Some others enjoy the same pleasures with the Lord, that is sAyujya which alone is called mOksha.'
My question is, where is this verse in the Srimad Bhagavatam? At first glance I'm not able to find it. Are there any translations or commentaries on this work of Vedanta Desikan that provide a verse number for this?