The Bible, from which many paint their inner maps of God, is very clear about this:
God is not a form, and not an object. It is not the form of Jesus that constitute the Christ, but his Oneness with the essence of The Lord. Think about that for a while: Not an object? Then where IS the Lord? … and may that questions serve you well.
“Can anyone hide in secret places so that I cannot see him?" declares the LORD. "Do not I fill heaven and earth?" declares the LORD.” (Jeremiah 23:24)
As I understand it God fills every single place and thing, and that includes you and every other person and creature. He has no need to watch you from the outside, but sees you fully from the inside out. God isn't something that we find by looking for Him. God is rather what we experience when we attune our beings to His – when we step out of the way, to let His Light shine through us.
This post, this blog, contains not a single truth about the Lord. This text is a pixel on a digital map suggesting the reader to let go of God, as they think of Him, to find the Truth which beyond all concepts IS, which Christians, Jews, and Muslims have come to call God, but in Hinduism is known as Brahman, and that Buddhists (perhaps wisely) don't name at all... though I have heard many Buddhist teachers say things like 'The One Mind', 'The Source', 'The One Buddha Nature' etc, because in some way or fashion, they have a need to point towards "it".
Before Michelangelo painted 'The Creation of Adam', in the roof of the Sistine Chapel (in the early sixteenth century) the image of God as a wise bearded fellow, simply wasn't around (as far as I know). Today I guess most children start out with that picture, and some grown-ups hang on to it. That in itself is not a problem, as long as our images, no matter how refined, are understood as symbolic representations, rather than Truth. So please, don't be provoked now when I kindly claim that; God is an idea. God is a word and a concept of mind. God, as you think of Him, simply doesn't exist. Set God free from the shackles of your imagination.
“Once Jesus was asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God would come. He answered them, "The kingdom of God is not coming with a visible display. People won't be saying, 'Look! Here it is!' or 'There it is!' because now the kingdom of God is among you." (Luke 17:20-17:21)