Posts Tagged ‘panentheism’

Chaitanya on Panentheism

In the Chaitanya Charitamrita (2.8.226-27 & s 52) Prabhu replies to Ramanand, “The mahabhagavata looks at animate and inanimate objects, and everywhere is the glowing of Sri Krishna. They look at animate and inanimate objects, but do not see those images; rather everywhere they see the blossoming of their own ista-deva. ‘He who sees his […]

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.