Eriugena, Johannes Scotus - Peryphyseon – The Trinity
Type of Spiritual Experience
A description of the experience
Periphyseon IV 759a-b
For just as God is both beyond all things and in all things – for He who only truly is, is the essence of all things, and while He is whole in all things He does not cease to be whole beyond all things, whole in the world, whole around the world, whole in the sensible creature, whole in the intelligible creature, whole creating the universe, whole created in the universe, whole in the whole of the universe and whole in its parts, since He is both the whole and the part, just as He is neither the whole nor the part – in the same way human nature in its own world (in its own subsistence) in its own universe and in its invisible and visible parts is whole in itself, and whole in its whole, and whole in its parts and its parts are whole in themselves and whole in the whole.