CC Antya 17.58

autsukyera prāvīṇye,jiti’ anya bhāva-sainye,
udaya haila nija-rājya-mane
mane ha-ila lālasa,
nā haya āpana-vaśa,
duḥkhe mane karena bhartsane
Synonyms: 
autsukyera — of eagerness; prāvīṇye — because of high development; jiti’ — conquering; anya — other; bhāva-sainye — soldiers of ecstasy; udaya — arising; haila — there was; nija-rājya-mane — within the kingdom of Her own mind; mane — within the mind; ha-ila — there was; lālasa — greed; — not; haya — becomes; āpana-vaśa — within Her own control; duḥkhe — in unhappiness; mane — to the mind; karena — does; bhartsane — chastisement.
Translation: 
Then great eagerness conquered all the other soldiers of ecstasy, and an uncontrollable desire arose in the kingdom of Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī’s mind. Greatly unhappy, She then chastised Her own mind.