yo mam pasyati sarvatra
sarvam ca mayi pasyati
tasyaham na pranasyami
sa ca me na pranasyati
"For one who sees Me everywhere and sees everything in Me, I am never lost, nor is he ever lost to Me."
Yo = [the one yogi] who, sarvatra = everywhere, pasyati = sees, mam = Me [Sri Krishna, theParamatman],ca = and, pasyati = sees, sarvam = all, mayi = in Me [Sri Krishna]. This yogi sees the Lord in all and sees all in Him. Tasya = to such a person, aham = I [Sri Krishna], na pranasyami = have not been unseen, ca = and, sa = he [the yogi], me = to Me [Sri Krishna], pranasyati = has not been unseen. Sri Krishna is always seen by that yogi and Sri Krishna always sees that yogi. Essence of this sloka is that the Lord is prevalent everywhere and all are existing in Him. He is pervading in all and all are supported by Him. This is going to be explained in detail in Chapters 7, 8 and 9 . But the purpose of this sloka is that all the atman are equal to Him and He is same as all the souls. With the body as a residence for atman, we can not claim oneness with the Lord. But the body-less atman - mukta atma swaroopam, has eight auspicious qualities and they are the same as the qualities of the Lord. They are like, no more stains of papa, no hunger, no thirst, no ageing, no death and completing the task determined, etc. With body, these qualities are impossible to have. So a yogi in mukta atman swaroopam sees Him in all atman and all atman in Him. Though this yogi claims equality in eight gunas, the Lord's unique qualities of the Spouse of Sri MahaLakshmi, powers of creation and rider of the vehicle Garuda, can never be acquired by anyone else. He will continue to be the Ruler and we, even after mukti or Moksham, will continue to be the ruled. This is the status of the yogi in second stage.