How the Knower Behaves
तं दुर्दर्शं गूढमनुप्रविष्टं
गुहाहितं गह्वरेष्ठं पुराणम् ।
मत्वा धीरो हर्षशोकौ जहाति ॥ १२॥
taṃ durdarśaṃ gūḍhamanupraviṣṭaṃ
guhāhitaṃ gahvareṣṭhaṃ purāṇam .
matvā dhīro harṣaśokau jahāti .. 12..
The wise man who, by means of concentration on the Self, realises that ancient, effulgent One, who is hard to be seen, unmanifest, hidden and who dwells in the buddhi and rests in the body-he, indeed, leaves joy and sorrow far behind.
Swami Vivekananda Says —
…this truth only becomes effulgent in the heart which has been made pure. He who cannot be seen without the greatest difficulty, He who is hidden, He who has entered the cave of the heart of hearts — the Ancient One — cannot be seen with the external eyes; seeing Him with the eyes of the soul, one gives up both pleasure and pain.[Source]