One with God

Meister Eckhart

Passages for Meditation

Whoever has God in mind,
simply and solely God, in all things,
such a man carries God with him into all his works
and into all places,
and God alone does all his works.
He seeks nothing but God,
nothing seems good to him but God.
He becomes one with God in every thought.
Just as no multiplicity can dissipate God,
so nothing can dissipate this man or make him multiple.

Meister Eckhart (c. 1260-1327) is regarded by many as the father of German mysticism. This passage is published in Easwaran’s spiritual anthology, “God Makes the Rivers to Flow.” The audio recording is by Eknath Easwaran’s wife, Christine Easwaran.