Posts Tagged ‘panentheism’

Simultaneous Oneness and Difference

God-dess paradoxically indicates union of the opposite ideas of difference and non-difference leading to a higher, fuller unity. This means perfection, or the ability to encompass all extremes of experiencing reality.

Nature of the Absolute – Part 1

Universalist Radha-Krishnaism offers a panentheistic theology. The personal Absolute enfolds even the formless, attributeless Absolute, which we call Undifferentiated Oneness. God-dess’ power to reconcile the irreconcilable reconciles our imperfect, contradictory ideas of qualified and unqualified Absolute in a higher synthesis.

Considerations on the Context of Universalist Radha-Krishnaism

Some ideas of how to understand where Universalist Radha-Krishnaism fits into a variety of different contexts. As Universalist Radha-Krishnaism is based in fluidity, I encourage further thinking about and critique of what I have here written.