That which speech does not illumine, but Which illumines speech:
know that alone to be the Brahman, not this which people worship here.

That which cannot be thought by mind, but by Which, they say, mind is able to think:
know that alone to be the Brahman, not this which people worship here.

That which is not seen by the eye, but by Which the eye is able to see:
know that alone to be the Brahman, not this which people worship here.

That which cannot be heard by the ear, but by Which the ear is able to hear:
know that alone to be Brahman, not this which people worship here.

That which none breathes with the breath, but by Which breath is in–breathed:
know that alone to be the Brahman, not this which people worship here.

Kena Updanishad