One who directs his mind to meditate unceasingly on Atma-svarupa, renouncing all worldly pleasures, know Oh partha that person will be known as a sthitaprajña..
The anecdote of Prahlada is often cited here for an example of sthitaprajña
But Prahlada had already withdrawn his mind inside. He was meditating upon Nrisimha & did not even flinch
Same as (V)
Kuntiputra, when a person casts of all durguna-s (anger, lust, greed etc..) and always meditates on paramatma & remains delighted on that experience, then that person is known as an 'aproksha jnani'