The Theory of Eternal Existence
The theory of eternal existence assumes that beyond the universe there is another reality creating a state beyond time and space. It is the source of the universe. Since there is no time or physical space in it, it is not subject to any limitations. Its existence cannot be scientifically proven.
It is precisely within this premise that the theory of eternal existence demonstrates that a state beyond time and space must be an eternal and unlimited existence. This existence is connected with the eternal Original Being. He is integrated with this state, that is, this state is Him, and He fills the entire state with Himself.
The state beyond time and space is a state that is not limited by anything, neither time nor space. It is everything beyond the reality of the universe, that is, everything that our imagination can comprehend. Figuratively, it can be said that the universe is inside a state beyond time and space. This eternal sphere, or rather the state, is the only "place" where the existence of the Eternal Original Being is possible. According to the theory of eternal existence, He fills it completely. You can say that He identifies with her. Hence the thesis of the theory of eternal existence that the universe was created from the Original Being. Both the existence of a state beyond time and space and the Original Being are the basic concepts from which all the laws and principles forming the theory of eternal existence derive. In religious terms, it can be called the world or the spiritual universe.