CC Madhya 12.106

nirmala, śītala, snigdha karila mandire
āpana-hṛdaya yena dharila bāhire
Word for word: 
nirmala — purified; śītala — cool; snigdha — pleasing; karila — made; mandire — the temple; āpana-hṛdaya — own heart; yena — as if; dharila — kept; bāhire — outside.
Translation: 
When the temple was cleansed, it was purified, cool and pleasing, just as if the Lord’s own pure mind had appeared.