Updated: Apr 3, 2021
Sat describes how to contemplate in order to feel God's omnipresence.
Sat: When you say the first part of the Omnipresent Meditation to yourself (“Since God is everything”), you are paying attention to the words! But I don’t want this sentence to become like repeating a mantra for you. What I mean is that I don’t want you to say this sentence and then go about your daily tasks; rather after speaking this truth, you must sit and contemplate on the grandeur of what it said within the silence. Then repeat a couple of times, ‘Everything? Everything?’ With everything again see the infiniteness of God.
Contemplation allows this truth to take hold in your being, like dipping a piece of fabric into golden dye. “When God is everything, are my thoughts, my being and my heart a part of Him as well? Therefore what can I be? When God is everything then there is no separation between Him and me, there never was, nor can there ever be!’
How is it possible for a person to have so much ego that they say, ‘I am separate from others’ when God says, ‘I am everything?’ This awareness can take you to a place that you have never seen or understood before in your life. The Truth can, with this very statement, take hold within your being. Know that with this practice, the Truth will very gradually reveal itself to you.
So with eyes closed, half open or open, we say, ‘Since God is everything…everything…’ it means we give back to God His grandeur and glory. We don’t say that God exists only here but not there; we don’t say that God is great but we are small. God is everything…what does that mean? Go to the depth of the meaning of this statement. ‘Since God is everything, is everywhere’…let this statement expand and reach a place that is limitless, boundless, and without an end.
Then say, ‘So what can I be? God is everything, everywhere, so what am I? Who am I?’
-From Sat’s book, "Silence of the Mind” (currently being translated from Farsi to English)