kari' eta vilapana, prabhu saci-nandana,
ughadiya hrdayera soka
dainya-nirveda-visade, hrdayera avasade,
punarapi pade eka sloka
kari'-doing; eta—such; vilapana—lamenting; prabhu—the Lord; saci-nandana—the son of mother Saci; ughadiya—opening; hrdayera—of the heart; soka—the lamentation; dainya—humility; nirveda—disappointment; visade—in moroseness; hrdayera—of the heart; avasade—in despondency; punarapi—again and again; pade—recites; eka—one; sloka—verse.
Lamenting in this way, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu opened the doors of grief within His heart. Morose, humble and disappointed, He recited a verse again and again with a despondent heart.
In the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu, the word dainya (humility) is explained as follows: "When unhappiness, fearfulness and the sense of having offended combine, one feels condemned. This sense of condemnation is described as dinata, humility. When one is subjected to such humility, he feels physically inactive, he apologizes, and his consciousness is disturbed. His mind is also restless, and many other symptoms are visible."1.
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(1) The word nirveda is also explained in the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu: "One may feel unhappiness and separation, as well as jealousy and lamentation, due to not discharging one's duties. The despondency that results is called nirveda. When one is captured by this despondency, thoughts, tears, loss of bodily luster, humility and heavy breathing result." Visada is also explained in the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu: "When one fails to achieve his desired goal of life and repents for all his offenses, there is a state of regret called visada." The symptoms of avasada are also explained: "One hankers to revive his original condition and inquires how to do so. There are also deep thought, heavy breathing, crying and lamentation, as well as a changing of the bodily color and drying up of the tongue."
In the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu thirty-three such destructive symptoms are mentioned. They are expressed in words, in the eyebrows and in the eyes. These symptoms are called vyabhicari bhava, destructive ecstasy. If they continue, they are sometimes called sancari, or continued ecstasy.

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