Knowledge of the Absolute leads to a situation in life that there are no longer any desire for Sanatan Dharma: That state of mind in Brahmoadvaita Vedanta is Samadhi. One is at this stage liberated for one has all the knowledge and awareness to be care-free, just going about one's dharma only to the extent that one is surviving and needs to keep oneself in that mode with whatever one can do as ordinary dharma. This ordinary dharma is done also nonchalantly and spontaneously under the belief that one is awaiting Mahasamadhi in any pre-ordained and pre-orchestreated manner by the Creator of Brahman Sir Krishna. We then say when our time will come will go (take Mahasamadhi) in physical death. The period of Samadhi is total liberation for one is not doing anything other than what is required to keep one's wife and daughter if one has a family happy and contented. There are no other objectives as dharma for me. That is the most important considerations. Promises made at Samadhi have now to be kept, whereas when one was in Brahamoadvaitic mode, there were no durable attachments to promises, vows or any other form of self-regulatory dharma towards the search for Sanatan Dharma. It was spontaneously determined through satya-advaita yoga. In Samadhi there is total liberation (moksha) because one is spiritually unattached to any deity, not relying on any deity to guide one. Ones true instrinsic sattvic guna will appear to guide one into the right duties and responsibillities to ones family, the society, and the world.
One is at total peace.