SB 12.3.5

samudrāvaraṇāṁ jitvā
 māṁ viśanty abdhim ojasā
kiyad ātma-jayasyaitan
 muktir ātma-jaye phalam
Synonyms: 
samudra-āvaraṇām — bounded by the ocean; jitvā — having conquered; mām — me; viśanti — they enter; abdhim — the ocean; ojasā — by their strength; kiyat — how much; ātma-jayasya — of victory over the self; etat — this; muktiḥ — liberation; ātma-jaye — of victory over the self; phalam — the fruit.
Translation: 
“After conquering all the land on my surface, these proud kings forcibly enter the ocean to conquer the sea itself. What is the use of their self-control, which is aimed at political exploitation? The actual goal of self-control is spiritual liberation.”