SB 11.25.16

yadā cittaṁ prasīdeta
 indriyāṇāṁ ca nirvṛtiḥ
dehe ’bhayaṁ mano-’saṅgaṁ
 tat sattvaṁ viddhi mat-padam
yadā — when; cittam — the consciousness; prasīdeta — becomes clear; indriyāṇām — of the senses; ca — and; nirvṛtiḥ — cessation of their mundane activities; dehe — in the body; abhayam — fearlessness; manaḥ — of the mind; asaṅgam — detachment; tat — that; sattvam — the mode of goodness; viddhi — know it; mat — realization of Me; padam — the situation in which such can be achieved.
When consciousness becomes clear and the senses are detached from matter, one experiences fearlessness within the material body and detachment from the material mind. You should understand this situation to be the predominance of the mode of goodness, in which one has the opportunity to realize Me.