SB 10.70.43

śravaṇāt kīrtanād dhyānāt
 pūyante ’nte-vasāyinaḥ
tava brahma-mayasyeśa
 kim utekṣābhimarśinaḥ
Word for word: 
śravaṇāt — from hearing; kīrtanāt — chanting; dhyānāt — and meditating; pūyante — become purified; ante-vasāyinaḥ — outcastes; tava — about You; brahma-mayasya — the full manifestation of the Absolute Truth; īśa — O Lord; kim uta — what then to speak of; īkṣā — those who see; abhimarśinaḥ — and touch.
Translation: 
O Lord, even outcastes are purified by hearing and chanting Your glories and meditating upon You, the Absolute Truth. What then to speak of those who see and touch You?
Purport: 

Śrīla Śrīdhara Svāmī interprets the word brahma-mayasya to mean brahma-ghana-mūrteḥ, “of the concentrated form of the Absolute Truth.”