Dreamer's Refuge ב"ה

A Student of Sense and Nonsense

To cleave to G-d

In Chabad Hasidic thought, G-d is understood to be both immanent (within all things) and transcendent (beyond all things), reflecting a Divine relationship that is both close and utterly beyond human comprehension.

This is also observed from the psychological perspectives of early existentialist thinkers like Jung; humanity is viewed as purely immanent in creation but is perpetually striving to connect with the transcendent. This longing to go beyond the mundane represents a universal human endeavor to seek the “missing opposite,” or the divine aspect that transcends the material world, forming a profound commentary on the spiritual longing intrinsic to the human condition.

This was discussed in this great interview on the subject of Unio Mystica.

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