God is the subtle essence underlying all things. God is the salt of life. The Lord is the source of life and bliss. He is all in all. He is indivisible, indefinable. He is the only reality. His light pervades every being.
God creates the world and remains as its inner ruler. He also rises above the world. God is never involved in samsara (or the world process). God is the ‘unmoved mover’. God desires and wills but does not experience pleasure or pain. God is not touched by evil. He is free from hate. God joins in himself all contraries and contradictions.
God is immanent in the world. He is also transcendental. He is the inner ruler of all souls. He is their goal also. God is both immanent and transcendent – He is the world but also rises above it. The one God is hidden in all things. He pervades all things. He is the inner ruler of all things. He lives in all things. He is the soul of all.
God is within you. He dwells in your heart. Within everyone is this divine spark. Look above the beauty of the objects to the beauty of the cause, that which brought these beautiful objects into being. Feel God. See God in the rising sun and in the setting sun. See God in the little flowers. Talk to Him in the flowers. Have silent communion with God and His secrets or laws will be revealed unto you.
God is the source and strength of all life. He is the abode of bliss, peace and light. Everything in this world is a manifestation of the Lord. All joys and all sufferings are also the Lord’s manifestations.
Divine will is an eternal, unalterable law. Surrender your will at the feet of the Lord. You will know the divine will. Or, identify yourself with God, then the divine will be known. Mysterious, ever eluding comprehension, ever receding further and further, subtle, inexpressible, invisible and yet all-pervading, knowable only through intuition, devotion and purity – such is the Lord of the universe.
It is by the power of God alone that all spiritual people do their spiritual activities in this world of the pairs of opposites. God is revealed through the laws of nature and through the splendour of the human intellect.