Brahman or Divinity is present in your own heart and is functioning as a witnessing consciousness all through. To imagine and to deceive ourselves into thinking that there is no one seeing us do a bad thing is not correct. Whether anyone sees it or not, the aspect of Brahman which has been described as one which has thousands of heads and thousands of eyes is always watching you and the good and bad that you do. Without recognising and understanding this basic truth that God is always with you, you spend a great deal of time and energy thinking that God is somewhere outside and that you should find Him elsewhere. In the Bhagavad Gita, this is the reason why God has been described as being present wherever you go. [Divine Discourse, Summer Roses on Blue Mountains 1976, Ch 3]