CC Madhya 6.161 (1975)
- ṣaḍ-vidha aiśvarya--prabhura cic-chakti-vilāsa
- hena śakti nāhi māna,--parama sāhasa
ṣaṭ-vidha—six kinds; aiśvarya—of opulences; prabhura—of the Lord; cit-śakti-vilāsa—enjoyment in the spiritual potency; hena śakti—such sublime potencies; nāhi—not; māna—you accept; parama sāhasa—great impudence.
"In His spiritual potency, the Supreme Lord enjoys six kinds of opulence. You do not accept this spiritual potency, and this is due to your great impudence.
The Supreme Personality of Godhead is full with six opulences. All of these potencies are on the transcendental platform. To understand the Supreme Personality of Godhead as impersonal and devoid of potency is to go completely against Vedic information.