It sounds a whole lot like everything is god and god is everything.<quoted text>
.......What is hanging you up I think is that you are thinking that, for example, book = god. And that the tree over there = god. You are bounding god in discrete packets of matter.
But if you switch your viewpoint a little, and see a book, and the tree, as part of the larger process..... nothing is without God -(In hebrew this referred to as Ayn Od - there is nothing but God).
Therefore, if you practice, you can divine Godly messages from anything as potentially everything is all part of the greater whole. That doesnt mean that the messages are necessarily biblical commandments (Former Res - this turnip is really God, and I want you to rob that bank!) but could be feelings, insights, visuals, sensations, or anything else imaginable. Nor does it mean you intuitively can recognize these or understand them. Think back to the notion of a native-American "reading" the clouds - same idea....
And if one believes that, then how can one possibly NOT believe in god?
In other words, if one is willing to just keep widening his definition of god, eventually he HAS to become a believer.
My head is officially swimming in god speak.