At the base of all religions is the message that each human soul is part of the Divine Omnipresence. Swami Vivikananda has made the important point that this divinity of each soul is innate; it is not acquired or given. We all simply always have been and always will be a part of God. And all of God is Omnipresence within each of us.
How may we find all of God within and without? We must become open to the awareness of Divine Presence; we must be silent and listen. We must pay attention. We must make opening to the Divine within a daily priority. Swami Vivikananda further says, "The practice of spiritual disciplines endows us with faith in the Divinity within ourselves." And from the poem Low Tide by Mary Oliver - "This is the first, the wildest, and the wisest thing I knnow, that the soul exists and it is built entirely out of attention." Such spiritual disclipine can lead to remarkable changes in our perceptions of life.
In terms of spiritual discipline and finding God in all things, there is no better example than the life of Brother Lawrence. Brother Lawrence was a Carmelite monk in seventeenth century Paris. He spent his entire adult life in the Priory kitchen doing the most menial tasks. But he found profund peace and intimacy with god in those chores. For him God was in every activity of his life, in every chore he performed. He said, "We should do our common business wholly for the love of Him . . . the time of business does not differ from the time of prayer; in the noise of my kitchen I possess God in great tranquility." He was able to find God in every act, in every thing and in every thought. In each he found the entire ocean of God. He found the Whole in every part.
Consider how holograms work. They are the quintessential example of the whole in every part. If a holographic plate containing the three dimensional image of a rose is dropped and broken into many pieces, each piece will not contain a part of the image. But each piece will contain the entire 3-D image of the rose. We may connsider this a metaphor for how our universe is constructed. The Divine Omnipresence like the entire rose, like the entire ocean, is present everywhere and always. In us and in all we are.
"To see a world in a Grain of Sand
And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
And eternity in an hour."