CC Madhya 2.60
bhāvera gati bujhana nā yāya
adarśane poḍe mana, kemane pāba daraśana,
kṛṣṇa-ṭhāñi puchena upāya
uṭhila — arose; bhāva-cāpala — restlessness of ecstatic emotion; mana — mind; ha-ila — became; cañcala — agitated; bhāvera — of ecstatic emotion; gati — the course; bujhana — understanding; nā yāya — not possible; adarśane — without seeing; poḍe — burns; mana — the mind; kemane — how; pāba — I shall get; daraśana — audience; kṛṣṇa-ṭhāñi — from Kṛṣṇa; puchena — inquires; upāya — 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, Kṛṣṇa, His mind burned. He began to ask Kṛṣṇa about the means by which He could reach Him.