Other expressions of "Emptiness" include absolute Emptiness, Creator, soul, eternity, silence, consciousness, and self. , Love, all beings, great beings, great mysteries, great intellects, great spirits, etc.

The Tibetan Buddhist 
Book of the Dead in Tibet is conscious of the sky.

The essence of the empty is clear, and the essence of the clear is empty. The consciousness that clear and empty is inseparable (inseparable or inseparable) is naked. It is in a bare state as it is. It is in a natural and careless state as it is. This is Emptiness but the essence of  Svabhava Kaya. And again, the work of this vabhava itself can manifest itself in anything, unimpeded by others. It is the mercy-essential incarnation (Nirmana Kaya). "

"Your body is a form of the subconscious. It is Emptiness but a body made up of an empty consciousness." In other words, the empty Emptiness refers to the consciousness.

The Great Spirit is the creator of Native Americans and the Great Mystery. Spirit is the soul in Japanese. The soul is the same as the soul (Reikon) and the spirit body (Reitai). The expression "soul is immortal" also means that "no = consciousness", which is the soul, is immortal. In Greek mythology, the soul is called Psyche, and it is also the name of the god that appears there. In India, there are words such as ass, manas, prana, and artman to indicate the soul.

In this way, God was born from Emptiness, heaven and earth and yin and yang were created, the universe was born, the sun, the moon, the earth, the earth were created, and all living things such as valleys, rivers, animals and plants, and human beings were created. Seen in mythology. And this story of Creation represents the Big Bang. In other words, it means that this universe was created from the consciousness "Emptiness". And it also means that only consciousness existed before the universe was born by this big bang.

The Taijitu, which represents China's Yin-Yang idea, depicts the formation of Yin-Yang in Taiji. Taijitu represents the chaos of the primordial era, and the Taijitu represents the big bang of creation that divides into yin and yang.


It was also seen here that Emptiness was expressed as an egg, but this was called a space egg and was seen as a stone ball all over the world.

Born from the primordial Ocean Nu in Egyptian mythology, Ra and Atum have symbols of the sun, the inscription Uraeus, the ankh of the cross of the hand, and the was-sceptre, which are also common symbols. As mentioned above, this Ra and Atum correspond to Kuni-no-Tokotachi in Japan and Sotsukunang in Hopi mythology.

St. Bhagavad, a symbol of Emptiness in the scripture Bhagavad Gita, states that "I am Shankara (Shiva) in the Rudra gods." This Hindu main god, Shiva, has a common symbol, a snake, wrapped around his neck, a In other words, both Shiva and the common symbol represent Emptiness. Also, the same Purusha, Brahman, Atman, Krishna, and the first god as St. Bhagavad that appeared there also represent Emptiness that is consciousness.

Also in Bhagavad Gita, "I (Purusha, Brahman, = Emptiness) is Vajra (Vajra) of the weapons." The Vajra can also be seen on Aeon's chest. In other words, the common symbol is also a symbol of Emptiness.


Two snakes were also seen in the hands of Sabagios, where one snake and the symbol of the crescent moon were seen, but the Indian snake god Nagaraja and the ancient Chinese god Fuxi and the woman. The conclusion is that Joka is also the body of A dragon appears in the myth of the Bai tribe in China, but the conclusion is that the dragon is also a common symbol, and it becomes a dragon in Europe.