You may or may not be aware of it, but you are the life force itself.
I sense that the life force that is me is the same as the life force that is you. This same life force animates the trees, grasses, birds, and everything else that exists. This life force takes on different forms, but it is unified, it is one.
I experience pure being as having its own intelligence, life, and wisdom. In this way, it is like a person.
YHWH is a proper name. It answers the question, “Who are you?”
Because the same life force animates the trees and the grasses, the word “what” sometimes seems more appropriate than “who.”
YHWH is a verb. It answers the question, “What are you?”
And because this life force is me, but not confined to me, the question of “where” is limited only by my experience. It is easy to say “I am everywhere,” but for me, this statement is usually conceptual rather than experiential. I prefer to dwell with the question, “WhoWhatWhere are you?” and allow responses to emerge naturally, nonverbally. When I engage in this practice, I will often sense that my being, and all of being, are the same.
YHWH, IsWasWillBe, is timeless and all time. YHWH cannot be geographically confined. It answers the question, “Where are you?”— Dan Ehrenkrantz in Where Are You?