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  1. Let's try to imagine the Absolute. How would we describe it? Probably, as a self-sufficient, complete state with zero eventfulness, but with its infinite potential, in which all opositions are balanced with each other — what Buddhism calls the Great Void.
    The absolute, by definition, includes EVERYTHING. Now imagine that ALL this includes, among other things, your own self-awareness. Self-awareness, as we know, presupposes looking at oneself from the outside, and this view is already an intention, which presupposes a mental movement that, like any other movement, goes from a complete / more complete state to an incomplete one and tends to return again to a more complete one, such as peace. Thus, Being is born, conditioned by a fundamental incompleteness, which it diligently tries to fill.
    If you look at this process in the context of religion, it turns out that God, wanting to realize himself, looks into the mirror of Being, which is also a part of it (that is, looks inside himself), and sees there his far incomplete copy.
    At the same time, both states – completeness and incompleteness, Absolute and Being – are mutually relative and impossible without each other. So this infinite “switch” clicks at different speeds on different levels, showing us only the side where the light is and leaving the divine/absolute present in us unmanifested.
    From all of the above, we can conclude that both the Void and its less complete part – Being-have always existed.

  2. In the place of the universe before its origin, as well as outside the universe now, there is a singularity – a certain absolute movement of energy. Within the universe, the movement of energy is looped in “spIns”, and outside of it, it is rectilinear, and at the same time: what is here and there – it is absolutely (faster than the speed of light), and slower-there are relative movements of energy formations consisting of” clumps ” of violently rotating energy-substance…

  3. Before the existence of the universe, there was emptiness, and emptiness is the unobserved and it cannot determine the beginning of the existence of the universe, because definability is the seen…… And why do we still exist, if emptiness cannot determine the existence of the universe, but still because God created the universe!

  4. The universe has always been there. What happened before it came to a more or less known state (that is, 14 billion rubles)? years ago)? We don't know much about it yet. But naturally, this is not a void. According to the most advanced hypothesis, it was a false physical vacuum, that is, a physical vacuum in its non-ground (zero) state. Its disintegration (transition to the ground state) and started the process of formation of everything that we now see around us.

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