In the Pure Mind, He is Seen
The same idea is expressed again:
न संदृशे तिष्ठति रूपमस्य
न चक्षुषा पश्यति कश्चनैनम् ।
हृदा मनीषा मनसाऽभिक्लृप्तो
य एतद्विदुरमृतास्ते भवन्ति ॥ ९॥
na saṃdṛśe tiṣṭhati rūpamasya
na cakṣuṣā paśyati kaścanainam .
hṛdā manīṣā manasā’bhiklṛpto
ya etadviduramṛtāste bhavanti .. 9..
His form is not an object of vision; no one beholds Him with the eye. One can know Him when He is revealed by the intellect free from doubt and by constant meditation. Those who know this become immortal.
Swami Vivekananda Says —
None sees Him, none sees His form with the eyes. It is in the mind, in the pure mind, that He is seen, and this immortality is gained. When all vain desires of the heart have been given up, then this very mortal becomes immortal, then he becomes one with God even here.
When all the knots of the heart are cut asunder, then the mortal becomes immortal, and he enjoys Brahman here. Here, on this earth, nowhere else.[Source]