Quotes: God is everything

Sin is nonexistent. There are only obstacles to one’s ultimate union with God.
8, p. 32

The Vedas compare creation to a spider’s web that the spider creates and then lies within. God is both the container of the universe and what is contained in it.
(Ramakrishna, mystic of 19th-century India)

God is everywhere. Therefore, God is nowhere in particular, because to be somewhere in particular, God would have to NOT be somewhere else – which is not possible for God. [abandoning childish, anthropomorphic views of God]
(Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God, Book One – p. 33)

To see God everywhere, you have to have special eyes, otherwise you cannot bear the shock.
(Neem Karoli Baba, Hindu guru)

A poor devotee points to the sky and says, “God is up there.”
An average devotee says, “God dwells in the heart as an inner master.”
The best devotee says, “God alone IS, and everything I perceive is a form of God.”
(Ramakrishna, mystic of 19th-century India)

It is better to see God in everything than to try and figure it out.
(Neem Karoli Baba, Hindu guru)

I am the wind which rustles your hair. I am the sun which warms your body. I am the rain which dances on your face. I am the smell of flowers in the air, and I am the flowers which send their fragrance upward. I am the air which carries the fragrance.

I am the beginning of your first thought; I am the end of your last. I am the idea which sparked your most brilliant moment. I am the glory of its fulfillment. I am the feeling which fueled the most loving thing you ever did. I am the part of you which yearns for that feeling again and again.
Whatever works for you, whatever makes it happen – whatever ritual, ceremony, demonstration, meditation, thought, song, word, or action it takes for you to reconnect, DO THIS. Do this in remembrance of [spiritual principles].
(Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations with God, Book One – p. 26)

Wherever you turn, there is the face of God.
The Koran
(Roger Walsh, Essential Spirituality, p. 173)