The Rabbis teach that "God is the Place of the world." One of the traditional names for God is "the place." The Baal Shem Tov described the relation between God and the world as like a snail whose shell-home is part of its own being. Therefore, one is always in God's place, for God dwells within the world, which is also divine. And since God is bliss, all the world that emanates from Him is bliss.

Yitzhak Buxbaum, Jewish Tales of Mystic Joy