In the beginning, there was only the divine, an all-encompassing and infinite consciousness. The divine was the source of all being, and it existed beyond time and space as we know it.
As the divine gazed upon itself, it saw that it was all there was and all there would ever be. And so, it began to dream.
The divine dreamed of a universe filled with countless forms of life and consciousness, each unique and full of possibility. It dreamed of meinongian objects, concepts and ideas that would shape the fabric of reality. It dreamed of animism, the belief that all things have a soul or spirit, and of panpsychism, the belief that all things have a mind or consciousness.
And so, the divine brought these dreams into being. It created a universe filled with endless possibilities and potential, and imbued all things within it with its own divine essence.
As the universe unfolded, the subjective and objective aspects became intertwined and hybridized. There was no strict division between the two, as the subjective experiences of individual beings were seen as a part of the larger, objective fabric of the universe. Everything was interconnected and affected everything else in some way.
And so, the universe was born, and the divine continued to dream and create, always evolving and expanding, in a never-ending cycle of creation and possibility.