Leaves, buds, flowers and fruit are all present simultaneously
The Fruit of Prema Concentrated bliss (sandrananda) Power to attract Krsna (krsna akarsini) Great possessiveness of Krsna Greed for Krsna which overcomes all obstacles
Momentary appearance of Krsna gives rise to more greed Appearance of Krsna in all the senses Experience of his beauty, fragrance, melody, youthfulness, tastiness, audarya and karunya. Increase of longing for the Lord and bestowal of more bliss
Direct Meeting Krsna first reveals his beautiful form for the eyes Then he reveals his fragrance for the nose Then he reveals his voice for the ear. Then he touches the devotee, revealing his youthfulness. Then he reveals his taste for those in madhura rasa.
Then he reveals audarya (appearance of beauty, fragrance, sound, touch and taste simultaneously). Then he bestows krpa sakti so that the devotee can experience all the Lords qualities.
Meeting and Separation With each meeting the devotee experiences the highest bliss With each separation the devotee feels the greatest pain Eventually the devotee attains a spiritual body in the spiritual world and gives up the material body.
adau sraddha tatah sadhu sango'tha bhajana kriya tato' nartha nivrttis ca tato nistha rucis tatah athasaktis tato bhavas tatah premabhyudancati
Higher Fruits on the Tree Sneha When prema becomes extremely thick and the heart melts, it is called sneha. In this state, one cannot tolerate even a moments separation from the Lord. Mana When intense condition of love manifesting ever-fresh sweetness to the lover, also displays contrariness and impoliteness, this feature is called pride and anger.
Pranaya Sneha which is completely free of any touch of respect, though there are clear opportunities to show respect Raga That sneha which turns sorrow into happiness by a slight appearance of Krsna called raga. In this state of raga, the devotee will do anything for the pleasure of Krsna, even giving up his life.
Anuraga: That love, which even though continually experienced remains always dear and ever increasingly fresh and new is called anuraga. Mahabhava This is an exalted state of love which is understandable only by the gopis and which is filled with sweet nectar that charms the heart.