In this book, the late Swami Shraddhananda, head of the Vedanta Society of Sacramento, ponders the human adventure as an attempt "to realize the divinity within us and to manifest it in our daily life." Referring to the Upanishads and to the lore about Kali, Krishna, and Vishnu, the author writes about the search for God, overcoming obstacles, understanding the mind, and spiritual practices. Shraddhananda sees silence, diving deep, and freedom as essential elements in a sacred life.

The Gita proclaims that God's presence is found in things, in the natural world, and in our relationships. The author repeatedly emphasizes the immanence of the Holy One and the necessity of practicing attention, wonder, and gratitude. "Seeing God Everywhere" is a fine introduction to Hindu spirituality.