Jagadguru Kripaluji have often said in his lectures that Krishna has infinite bliss, innumerable powers and super-consciousness and we have tiny consciousness in comparison.
Krishna manages infinite universes just by one fourth of his powers. Three-fourth remain unknown. Krishna's consciousness is such that he registers every single motive(Karma) of every single of billions upon billions of Jeevas(souls) inside every single pond(billions upon billions of such ponds) of every single village of billions upon billions of villages inside every single state of many states inside every single country of many countries inside every single planet of infinite planets with life inside every single universe inside infinite universes in his creation. Not only that, he gives results accordingly and he stays inside hearts of each and every soul; whereas Jeevas have tiny consciousness; most conscious being-human forgets most of what he did yesterday or even in past hour!
Following verses have been taken from the English translation of Caitanya Caritamrita, Madhya Lila.
CC Madhya 21.59: "Once, when Kṛṣṇa was ruling Dvārakā, Lord Brahmā came to see Him, and the doorman immediately informed Lord Kṛṣṇa of Brahmā's arrival.
CC Madhya 21.60: "When Kṛṣṇa was so informed, He immediately asked the doorman, 'Which Brahmā? What is his name?' The doorman therefore returned and questioned Lord Brahmā.
CC Madhya 21.61: "When the doorman asked, 'Which Brahmā?' Lord Brahmā was surprised. He told the doorman, 'Please go inform Lord Kṛṣṇa that I am the four-headed Brahmā who is the father of the four Kumāras.'
CC Madhya 21.62: "The doorman then informed Lord Kṛṣṇa of Lord Brahmā's description, and Lord Kṛṣṇa gave him permission to enter. The doorman escorted LordBrahmā in, and as soon as Brahmā saw Lord Kṛṣṇa, he offered obeisances at His lotus feet.
CC Madhya 21.63: "After being worshiped by Lord Brahmā, Lord Kṛṣṇa also honored him with suitable words. Then Lord Kṛṣṇa asked him, 'Why have you come here?'
CC Madhya 21.64: "Being questioned, Lord Brahmā immediately replied, 'Later I shall tell You why I have come. First of all there is a doubt in my mind which I wish You would kindly dissipate.
CC Madhya 21.65: "'Why did you inquire which Brahmā had come to see You? What is the purpose of such an inquiry? Is there any other Brahmā besides me within this universe?'
CC Madhya 21.66: "Upon hearing this, Śrī Kṛṣṇa smiled and immediately meditated. Unlimited Brahmās arrived instantly.
CC Madhya 21.67: "These Brahmās had different numbers of heads. Some had ten heads, some twenty, some a hundred, some a thousand, some ten thousand, some a hundred thousand, some ten million and others a hundred million. No one can count the number of faces they had.
CC Madhya 21.68: "There also arrived many Lord Śivas with various heads numbering one hundred thousand and ten million. Many Indras also arrived, and they had hundreds of thousands of eyes all over their bodies.
CC Madhya 21.69: "When the four-headed Brahmā of this universe saw all these opulences of Kṛṣṇa, he became very much bewildered and considered himself a rabbit among many elephants.
CC Madhya 21.70: "All the Brahmās who came to see Kṛṣṇa offered their respects at His lotus feet, and when they did this, their helmets touched His lotus feet.
CC Madhya 21.71: "No one can estimate the inconceivable potency of Kṛṣṇa. All the Brahmās who were there were resting in the one body of Kṛṣṇa.
CC Madhya 21.72: "When all the helmets struck together at Kṛṣṇa's lotus feet, there was a tumultuous sound. It appeared that the helmets themselves were offering prayers unto Kṛṣṇa's lotus feet.
CC Madhya 21.73: "With folded hands, all the Brahmās and Śivas began to offer prayers unto Lord Kṛṣṇa, saying, 'O Lord, You have shown me a great favor. I have been able to see Your lotus feet.'
CC Madhya 21.74: "All of them then said, 'It is my great fortune, Lord, that You have called me, thinking of me as Your servant. Now let me know what Your order is so that I may carry it on my heads.'
CC Madhya 21.75: "Lord Kṛṣṇa replied, 'Since I wanted to see all of you together, I have called all of you here.
CC Madhya 21.76: "'All of you should be happy. Is there any fear from the demons?'"They replied, 'By Your mercy, we are victorious everywhere.
CC Madhya 21.77: "'Whatever burden was upon the earth You have taken away by descending to that planet.'
CC Madhya 21.78: "This is the proof of Dvārakā's opulence: all the Brahmās thought, 'Kṛṣṇa is now staying in my jurisdiction.'
CC Madhya 21.79: "Thus the opulence of Dvārakā was perceived by each and every one of them. Although they were all assembled together, no one could see anyone but himself.
CC Madhya 21.80: "Lord Kṛṣṇa then bade farewell to all the Brahmās there, and after offering their obeisances, they all returned to their respective homes.
CC Madhya 21.81: "After observing all these opulences, the four-headed Brahmā of this universe was astonished. He again came before the lotus feet of Kṛṣṇa and offered Him obeisances.
CC Madhya 21.82: "Brahmā then said, 'Whatever I formerly decided about my knowledge I have just now had personally verified.
CC Madhya 21.83: "'There are people who say, "I know everything about Kṛṣṇa." Let them think in that way. As far as I am concerned, I do not wish to speak very much about this matter. O my Lord, let me say this much. As far as Your opulences are concerned, they are all beyond the reach of my mind, body and words.'
CC Madhya 21.84: "Kṛṣṇa said, 'Your particular universe has a diameter of four billion miles; therefore it is the smallest of all the universes. Consequently you have only four heads.
CC Madhya 21.85: "'Some of the universes are one billion yojanas in diameter, some one trillion, some ten trillion and some one hundred trillion yojanas. Thus they are almost unlimited in area.
CC Madhya 21.86: "'According to the size of the universe, there are so many heads on the body of Brahmā. In this way I maintain innumerable universes [brahmāṇḍas].
CC Madhya 21.87: "'No one can measure the length and breadth of the one fourth of My energy manifested in the material world. Who then can measure the three fourths that is manifested in the spiritual world?'