Nature of the Absolute (cont.)

We are finite, and God-dess is infinite. We cannot limit the infinite with mere human thought and words. We do not want to define a God that is too small and fits neatly in our box. God-dess’ inconceivable potency transcends the law of contradiction, blending contradictory ideas and qualities within him-herself paradoxically.

Since the Absolute is infinite, everything exists within it. The infinite existence of God-dess logically excludes the existence of anything other than God-dess. All existence consists of the energy of the Absolute, which remains intrinsically related to it. Everything exists within God-dess, and she-he exists within everything. Anything we speak or think must exist as part of the infinite.

Infinity and personality coexist as essential features of the Absolute. Mere denial of qualities and attributes to the Absolute remains imperfect and limiting. God-dess manifests infinite attributes and forms. God-dess’ inconceivable nature implies levels of being and intelligence higher than our own. Naturally, the power of unlimited God-dess appears inconceivable to our finite minds.

God-dess remains without second. God-dess exists as the only reality. Pure self-luminous consciousness forms God-dess’ body. God-dess constitutes the eternal principle, the highest good, and the highest bliss.
God-dess exists as an essential unity above categorical difference. The Absolute is one, but different religions call God-dess by different names. For example, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam acknowledge the same eternal, indivisible, immutable, and perfect Being, immanent in the hearts of all, but they use different names, forms, and attributes to describe God-dess.

While some may say the material world is categorically different from God-dess, it is not self-existent. It depends on God-dess for its existence. God-dess possesses the explanation for its existence within itself–it necessarily exists. It cannot fail to exist. It is its very nature to exist.

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