What I like about the whole notion of panentheism is if you keep or exclude divinity, it can still function as a general system. This does not downplay belief but allows for flexibility
The specifics of what an ontology within a panentheistic complex framework might look like would depend on the individual or group proposing it. However, some possible examples of ontological beliefs that could be included in such a framework might include:
The belief that God is present in and throughout the physical world, including inanimate objects, plants, animals, and humans.
The belief that God is also present in abstract entities, such as ideas, emotions, and values.
The belief that the world and other entities are not simply passive creations of God, but have their own agency and independent existence.
The belief that the world and other entities are constantly in a state of becoming, evolving, and changing, and that God is present in and throughout this process.
The belief that the relationship between God and the world is not static, but dynamic and interactive, with God influencing the world and the world influencing God.
These beliefs would be part of a broader panentheistic complex framework that seeks to understand the nature of reality in a more holistic and inclusive way than more traditional monotheistic frameworks.