Pradyumna, Vrndavana, November 7, 1976: “My transcendental body, sac-cid-ananda-vigraha [Bs. 5.1], looks exactly like a human form, but it is not a material human body. It is inconceivable. I am not forced by nature to accept a particular type of body; I take on a body by My own sweet will. My heart is also spiritual, and I always think of the welfare of My devotees. Therefore within My heart can be found the process of devotional service, which is meant for the devotees. Far from My heart have I abandoned irreligion, or adharma, and nondevotional activities. They do not appeal to Me. Due to all these transcendental qualities, people generally pray to Me as Rsabhadeva, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the best of all living entities.”
Prabhupada: idam sariram mama durvibhavyam sattvam hi me hrdayam yatra dharmah prsthe krto me yad adharma arad ato hi mam rsabham prahur aryah
So, God, whether impersonal or personal, that we cannot conclude by our speculation. It is not possible. Durvibhavyam. Durvibhavyam means beyond your conception, beyond your speculation. But He says that idam sariram. He has got His body;He is not impersonal. He comes sometimes as incarnation. We can see Krishna with two hands, two legs, one head. Venum kvanantam aravinda dalayataksam barhavatamsam asitambuda-sundarangam [Bs. 5.30]. This is described in the Vedic literature. He has two hands and He is playing on flute. He has got the peacock feather on His head. It is not imagination. The Krishna arca-murti, it is not imagination, as rascals think, that they have imaginated an idol. This is not idol worship. This is actually… I have several times explained that here is Krishna, personally present. We should always think like that, not that it is idol worship. But durvibhavyam means although He is present, the less intelligent class of men, they will think that “They are worshiping one statue.” But that is not possible.
You do not know what is the form of the Lord because your present senses are imperfect. Atah sri-krsna-namadi na bhaved grahyam idriyaih [BRS. 1.2.234]—the Lord’s name, His form, His pastimes—na bhaved grahyam indriyaih—our present senses are unable to conceive. Just like the soul is there within the body but nobody can see where is that soul, similarly, God is also within this body but nobody can see. It is specifically mentioned, isvarah sarva bhutanam hrd dese arjuna tisthati [Bg. 18.61]. The Lord is situated in everyone’s heart, but find out the heart, where is God. There is, but you cannot see. Atah sri-krsna-namadi na bhaved grahyam indriyaih [BRS. 1.2.234]. Present senses are unable to see. You have to prepare your eyes. Just like with cataract you cannot see anything. You have to undergo surgical operation. Then you will see. That surgical operation process is bhakti.