MANTRA NO. 113 OF "SHREE LALITA-SAHASRANAM" IS:
ॐ भावनागम्यायै नमः
OM bhAvanAgamyAyai namaH
Translation: "Shree LalitaTripuraSundari-Devi is to be attained by meditation".
Tika by BhaskaraRaya MahAcharya: "Having described the 5 forms, he describes by a few names the means of reaching them.
Bhavana. There are 2 kinds of meditation, one on the words themselves (Shabda) and the other on the meanings (Artha); words mean here sacred words which are to be meditated upon according to the will of the Guru.
We have explained in the MimansakaVadaKautuhala, as depending on the will of the Lord. ***
***Note by Vishnudut1926: According to Shakti-Tantras Sad-Guru is non-different from Devi and Bhagavan, so The Will of Sad-Guru always corresponds with The Will of Shreemati Lalita TripuraSundari-Devi, see for example, "Shree Yogini-Tantram", 1st Patala: गुरुर्गतिगुरुर्देवो गुरुर्देवी तथा प्रिये - gururgatigururdevo gururdevI tathA priye
Meanings: tending towards action (PravrittiRupa). This is also explained in the above work as the relations of cause and effect. The word "gamya" may he taken as "agamya", that is "unattainable".
Or, She (Shreemati LalitaTripuraSundari-Devi) is unattainable by the path of action (Karma-marga). Or, it means the purification of the mind as the result of that (right action).
Or, there are 3 kinds of meditation. "Shree Kurma-Purana" says: “There are 3 forms of meditation, Brahmi, Maheshvari, and Akshara, these three, О twice-born, always reside, in Rudra.”
In another place it says, “О brahmana, learn the 3 kinds of meditation set forth by me; one is concerning Me (Akshara) ; the second is upon The Unmanifested (MahEshwara); the last is on Brahman with the 3 Attributes (Gunas) ; thus the 3 kinds (of meditation) should be known.”
This was told to Indradyumna by The Lord in His Tortoise Incarnation. The characteristics of these (meditations) should be learned from The RatnaTrayaPariksha of Appaya Dikshita.
Or, there are 3 states of meditation, named Sakala, Sakala-Nishkala and Nishkala.
The Yogini-Hridaya distinguishes the 3 kinds of meditations thus (1.27): “Meditation (from Muladhara) to Ajna is Sakala; (from Indu) to Unmani is Sakala-Nishkala; in Supreme Abode (Mahabindu) is Nishkala".
Simple Tika by Swami VimalAnanda: "Salutations to Her who is reached through Vedic commands correctly carried out and Vedantic truths constantly reflected upon".
translated into english by Ananta Krishna Sastry, Adyar, 3rd edition 1951
#with Namavali# by Swami Vimalananda, Sri RamaKrishna Tapovanam, 1984