“If the divine is not separate from the universe, but rather, is immanent within it, is divinity continually communicating with the universe and the universe continually communicating with divinity?”
In a panentheistic universe, the divine is thought to be present in all things, and therefore, it is potentially continually communicating with the universe. Similarly, the universe may also be continually communicating with the divine. This communication could take many forms, such as through the natural processes and phenomena that occur within the universe. For example, the movement of the planets, the growth of plants, or the interactions between animals could all be seen as forms of communication between the divine and the universe. Additionally, some individuals or groups may experience this communication more directly, through spiritual experiences or other means. Ultimately, the nature and extent of this communication would depend on the specific beliefs and teachings of the panentheistic tradition in question.