CC Madhya 2.76
nānā rīte satata nācāya
nirveda, viṣāda, dainya, cāpalya, harṣa, dhairya, manyu,
ei nṛtye prabhura kāla yāya
guru — the teacher; nānā — various; bhāva-gaṇa — ecstasies; śiṣya — disciples; prabhura — of Lord Caitanya; tanu-mana — body and mind; nānā — various; rīte — in ways; satata — always; nācāya — causes to dance; nirveda — despondency; viṣāda — moroseness; dainya — humility; cāpalya — restlessness; harṣa — joy; dhairya — endurance; manyu — anger; ei — this; nṛtye — in dancing; prabhura — of the Lord; kāla — time; yāya — passes.
As the spiritual master chastises the disciple and teaches him the art of devotional service, so all the ecstatic symptoms of Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu — including despondency, moroseness, humility, restlessness, joy, endurance and anger — instructed His body and mind. In this way, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu passed His time.