Sphere beyond time and space
We normally only perceive the physical or material world. We see the cosmos on a larger scale, identical with the space-time of the universe. We see, first and foremost, what holds light, what produces light, or what reflects it. But there are many things that we do not see, although they constitute the material universe. We do not see radio waves, as well as any other radiation and interactions. Those who say they can see the sun's rays also need to understand that they are only seeing the effects of their actions. The most difficult thing is that we do not see the most important physical values, such as energy or heat, but only feel their effects. The important thing is that through experimental methods we can be sure that all these physical phenomena really exist. It is a bit worse with the quantum level, as many things have not been researched yet. The same is true for dark energy and dark matter. We are pretty sure they are, but the truth is, scientists don't know how to prove their existence. This understanding of the attitude of scientists can be applied to my understanding of the existence of the Original Being. I know it exists, but I don't know how to fully prove it. However, I include him in understanding the origin of the universe and the state beyond time and space.
I suppose that in the entire cosmos only man has such a scientific and at the same time spiritual understanding of reality, that is, he is someone special. He not only knows the phenomena in the space-time of the universe, but understands them and uses them.
In addition to easily understanding physical states, we also try to understand phenomena such as love and intuition that affect our physical life, although they are not "physical" in themselves. We figuratively say that our thoughts or dreams are circulating somewhere, but we certainly do not associate this with a physical phenomenon. Does this mean that as humans we deal with states beyond time and space? Could there be something beyond the research capacity of science that does not belong to the material world and yet does exist? Yes it is.
In my analytical system, I argue that just as a physical person is related to an invisible and immaterial spiritual person, it is also the case with the universe. This means that the existence of physical space-time is inextricably linked with the existence of an unimaginably greater state beyond time and space. Thus, in the image of man, essenceism shows that the universe is stuck or "floating" in a sphere beyond time and space. At the same time, my system "sees" the Creator in this sphere as well. The term "sees" should be understood as the state in which the Original Being itself fills the entire sphere, permeates it from infinity to infinity, as if it were itself. This is His "space" from which the universe emerged.
This is the introduction to the knowledge of Original Being. This opens the way to wondering whether the realm in which He exists is also "our" realm? This is the way that essenceism has chosen. This is the basis for the claim that we are eternal.