kata-ksane rahi' prabhu tare alingiya
vidaya karila tare sakti sancariya
kata-ksane rahi'-after remaining for some time; prabhu—Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tare—them; alingiya—embracing; vidaya karila—bade farewell; tare—in them; sakti—spiritual potency; sancariya—investing.
After some time the Lord would embrace these people and bid them to return home, having investing them with spiritual potency.
In his Amrta-pravaha-bhasya, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura explains that this spiritual potency is the essence of the pleasure potency and the knowledge potency. By these two potencies, one is empowered with devotional service. Lord Krsna Himself or His representative, the unalloyed devotee, can mercifully bestow these combined potencies upon any man. Being thus endowed with such potencies, one can become an unalloyed devotee of the Lord. Anyone favored by Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was empowered with this bhakti-sakti. Thus the Lord's followers were able to preach Krsna consciousness by divine grace.
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