CC Madhya 8.152
- ‘antaraṅgā’, ‘bahiraṅgā’, ‘taṭasthā’ kahi yāre
- antaraṅgā ‘svarūpa-śakti’—sabāra upare
antaraṅgā—internal; bahiraṅgā—external; taṭa-sthā—marginal; kahi—we say; yāre—to whom; antaraṅgā—the internal potency; svarūpa-śakti—the personal energy; sabāra upare—above all.
“In other words, these are all potencies of God—internal, external and marginal. But the internal potency is the Lord’s personal energy and stands over the other two.