Typically, it is commonly believed that the universe was “created” by God. Many theologians also believe this. There are many versions of genesis, depending on who you ask. Then, the question arises as to who created God? The ultimate, logically consistent explanation available is that the Universe was self-created from an eternal field of supremely conscious, formeless, shapeless, intelligence. That was a “time” when there was no time, no space nor matter ever existed. The common synonym for this Supreme field of conscious intelligence is “God” in the common parlour. Nevertheless, everything is self-evolved from this conscious field of intelligence, and everything exists in this very same field. There was nothing outside this field, and there is nothing outside of it, nor will ever be there anything outside of it. This field is called “Consciousness” in the English language and “Prajnan” in Sanskrit. Scientists also acknowledge a factor known as ‘consciousness’ today.
A section of the Newtonian scientists believe that Consciousness is a by product of the brain (matter) and there is no God sitting somewhere and creating space, time, or matter. Another Section of the Scientists (who cannot be called “Newtonian” any longer), based on Quantum Mechanics, vehemently argues that Consciousness spontaneously brought forth the matter, energy, and information. In other words, their contention is that the “formation” of the Universe is a spontaneous quantum event. The dispute between these two groups of scientists is currently a fervent debate, commonly referred to as the “Hard Problem of Science”.
In Quantum experiments, it is only when an observer observes a ‘wave’ that the wave collapses as a ‘particle’; when the observer is NOT observing, the particle turns back into the wave. Explaining this strange behaviour is the ‘hard problem’ of science today. All kinds of explanations are trying to explain away this phenomenon. If the observer’s act of looking is ‘creating’ the universe, was there not a universe before the observer came into existence? There is a flaw in this question itself, even though it may not be obvious when casually heard. The fact is that it is not the observer who observes, it is the “consciousness” that is present in the body-mind organism called the observer that is actually observing the universe. It is not the two pairs of ‘eyes’ in the body of the observer that is doing the observation. The observing consciousness is quantum entangled and part of the same phenomenon of consciousness. This Quantum Entanglement is the ONENESS. The three Nobel laureates who shared the prize for Physics in 2022 conducted ground-breaking experiments using ‘entangled’ quantum states, where two subatomic particles behave like a single unit even when light years separate them. This is the scientific validation of the concept that the entire cosmos is one single entangled existence, even if they look otherwise, which is an illusion.
Look at how Deepak Chopra so beautifully explains this in his video here
He said, “God did not create the Universe; however, God is not difficult to find; in fact, God is impossible to avoid”. His explanations are paraphrased here in summary below:
There is no ’cause-effect’ relationship in Quantum events. Everything is spontaneous and without cause in Quantum Mechanics. And it works! All the calculations of Quantum Mechanics is now helping to create technology, even though Quantum Mechanics does not imply causality or even strict determinism. Quantum Mechanics only implies possibilities, that reside in a transcendent realm. It implies unpredictability. It implies quantum leaps of information and energy, which means discontinuity of events. Furthermore, it implies self-organization, self-regulation, self-evolution, and total autonomy, spontaneity, uncertainty, and creativity. If you comprehend that there exists a realm of existence that is not perceptual, but the source of perception. That realm cannot be 100% conceivable, but it is the source of all conceptual ideas; that realm is the source of infinite possibilities, uncertainty principles, spontaneity, quantum leaps of information and energy, implying discontinuity. If that realm of existence is awareness, then it also operates through attention and intention. If that transcendent field, unified field, or singularity, or whatever you call it, then the infinite formless is all possibilities, and also spontaneity. That realm follows the uncertainty principle and can remain localized to itself through attention and intention; We have a solution to the hard problem of science here, that the universe came from a transcendent realm of all possibilities. That realm might be self-aware and transcendent, and it interacts with itself. Through attention and intention, it creates species-specific experiences or universes; it goes along in entanglement with the biological organisms, that are experiencing these universes. It is a self-aware, all entangled, all encompassing ONE single existence, appearing differently.
In Deepak Chopra’s paraphrased words, it is impossible to miss God. He did not create the universe, He transformed himself into the universe, which is a quantum event. Everything remains in quantum entanglement.