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CC Antya 15.6


snāna, darśana, bhojana deha-svabhāve haya
kumārera cāka yena satata phiraya


snāna — bathing; darśana — visiting the temple; bhojana — taking lunch; deha-svabhāve — by the nature of the body; haya — are; kumārera cāka — the potter’s wheel; yena — as; satata — always; phiraya — revolves.


Actually, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu was always merged in ecstatic emotion, but just as a potter’s wheel turns without the potter’s touching it, the Lord’s bodily activities, like bathing, going to the temple to see Lord Jagannātha, and taking lunch, went on automatically.