uthila bhava-capala, mana ha-ila cancala,
bhavera gati bujhana na yaya
adarsane pode mana, kemane paba darasana,
krsna-thani puchena upaya
uthila—arose; bhava-capala—restlessness of ecstatic emotion; mana—mind; ha-ila—became; cancala—agitated; bhavera—of ecstatic emotion; gati—the course; bujhana—understanding; na yaya—not possible; adarsane—without seeing; pode—burns; mana—the mind; kemane—how; paba—I shall get; darasana—audience; krsna-thani—from Krsna; puchena—inquires; upaya—the means.
In this way, the Lord's restlessness was awakened by ecstatic feelings, and His mind became agitated. No one could understand what course such ecstasy would take. Because Lord Caitanya could not meet the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna, His mind burned. He began to ask Krsna of the means by which He could reach Him.

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