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SB 11.30.26

rāmaḥ samudra-velāyāṁ
 yogam āsthāya pauruṣam
tatyāja lokaṁ mānuṣyaṁ
 saṁyojyātmānam ātmani
Synonyms: 
rāmaḥ — Lord Balarāma; samudra — of the ocean; velāyām — on the shore; yogam — meditation; āsthāya — resorting to; pauruṣam — upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead; tatyāja — He gave up; lokam — the world; mānuṣyam — human; saṁyojya — merging; ātmānam — Himself; ātmani — within Himself.
Translation: 
Lord Balarāma then sat down on the shore of the ocean and fixed Himself in meditation upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Merging Himself within Himself, He gave up this mortal world.