His use of the Hindu Brahamn could probably be best translated for us as God. With that in mind, explain what he means in the passage, "Everything is perfect, everything is Brahman. Therefor it seems to me everything that exists is good..."

Comes from the Chapter "Govinda"

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During deep meditation it is possible to dispel time, to see simultaneously all the past, present, and future, and then everything is good, everything is perfect, everything is Brahman.