Question: You keep on mentioning God. What is the God you believe in?Sri Chinmoy: I believe in both a personal God and an impersonal God; God with form and God without form. I use the term ‘Supreme’. But each individual has to discover God in his own way, from within, according to his inner need, according to his own inner satisfaction. God appears either with form or without form depending on the seeker’s need. Some seekers find it extremely easy to believe in a personal God, while others find it extremely easy to believe in an impersonal God. There is nothing wrong with either approach. God is at once personal and impersonal. He satisfies all seekers according to their own individual needs.
Sri Chinmoy, AUM — Vol.II-6, No. 1, January 1980, Vishma Press, 1980