'anubhava'--smita, nrtya, gitadi udbhasvara
stambhadi--'sattvika' anubhavera bhitara
anubhava—subordinate ecstasy; smita—smiling; nrtya—dancing; gita-adi—songs and so on; udbhasvara—symptoms of bodily manifestation; stambha-adi—being stunned and others; sattvika—natural; anubhavera bhitara—within the category of subordinate ecstasies.
"The subordinate ecstasies are smiling, dancing and singing, as well as different manifestations in the body. The natural ecstasies, such as being stunned, are considered among the subordinate ecstasies [anubhava].
tatra jneya vibhavas tu
te dvidhalambana eke
vibhavyate hi raty-adir
yatra yena vibhavyate
vibhavo nama sa dvedha-
krsnas ca krsna-bhaktas ca
budhair alambana matah
uddipanas tu te prokta
bhavam uddipayanti ye
"Those things which awaken ecstatic love are called uddipana."
te tu sri-krsna-candrasya
gunas cestah prasadhanam
Mainly this awakening is made possible by the qualities and activities of Krsna, as well as by His mode of decoration and the way His hair is arranged.
"Krsna's smile, the fragrance of His transcendental body, His flute, bugle, ankle bells, conchshell, the marks on His feet, His place of residence, His favorite plant [tulasi], His devotees, and the observance of fasts and vows connected to His devotion all awaken the symptoms of ecstatic love."
anubhavas tu citta-stha-
te bahir vikriya prayah
The many external ecstatic symptoms or bodily transformations which indicate ecstatic emotions in the mind, and which are also called udbhasvara, are the anubhavas, or subordinate ecstatic expressions of love. Some of these are dancing, falling down and rolling on the ground, singing and crying very loudly, bodily contortions, loud vibrations, yawning, deep breathing, disregard for others, the frothing of saliva, mad laughter, spitting, hiccups and other similar symptoms. All these symptoms are divided into two divisions-sita and ksepana. Singing, yawning and so on are called sita. Dancing and bodily contortions are called ksepana.
prokta udbhasvara budhaih
jrmbha ghranasya phullatvam
nisvasadyas ca te matah
The ecstatic symptoms manifest in the external body of a person in ecstatic love are called by learned scholars udbhasvara. Some of these are a slackening of the belt and a dropping of clothes and hair. Others are bodily contortions, yawning, a trembling of the front portion of the nostrils, heavy breathing, hiccupping and falling down and rolling on the ground. These are the external manifestations of emotional love. Stambha and other symptoms are described in Madhya-lila (14.167).
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