God does not exist. To exist is to “stand out”, to have contrast, to be a finite relative. God Is Mystical Nothingness.
The nothing that can be conceptualized, isn’t the Absolute-Eternal-Nothing; The Mystical Nothing is innominable and incomprehensible to the finite mind.
A “thing” is that which is impermanent, that which has relational properties; that which is subject to co—dependent—origination, and that which is subject to change. That which “exists”.
The Formless is the boundless, groundless—ground of all finitude. All emerges from the creative Nothing, being from Non-being, like sound emerges from silence, and light from darkness.
Nothingness is without opposites or contingencies. Nothingness Is the most mysterious of all mysteries. The formless Womb of all forms.
Mystical Nothingness isn’t subject to change, yet all flux emanates from Its infinite plenitude.
The Cosmos is merely an aspect of Nihility. All is ontologically One. In this way, the Mystical Void is the Nothing-Everything.
As a Whole, Nothingness is impersonal, yet all persons are instantiations of Nothingness. The Infinite cannot desire, It Is by nature the Infinite-All, and therefore without lack.
Aeon upon aeon of forms emerge and vanish, while the Mystical Nil watches this kaleidoscope of cyclic change—through the lenses of enumerable selves.
Nothingness Is irreducible, but the phenomenal world is a complex of causes, conditions, and effects. Nothing Is emptiness, emptiness is form, form is emptiness.
I call this Non—it “Mystical Nothingness” in an attempt to negate all conceptual attachment points. Absolute Infinity isn’t a “thing” nor one more idea—idol.
The Mystical Nothing is not an is, but the IS of which there is no IS’er. Nothing evades all ego-ic clinging, trying to capture Nothingness with thought, is like trying to lasso the horizon.
Mystical Nihilism is experiential philosophy, not another “ist” or “ism” to tantalize the intellect. The term “Mystical Nothing” is merely a pointer, not a referent, do not become entranced by the finger pointing at the moon. That would defeat the purpose of the term.