Big bang, do not exist, it's not big and not bang, it's all silent, and it's not explosive, and it takes place now.here, between two infinites : infinitely big, and infinitely small, so, in no dimension possible, because there is no possible reference point, only a Nothing, but a Nothing is by definition, nothing at all...
"It is you mind that created this world" Buddha.
Creation IS Balanced, Nothing IS balanced, but ALONE they are NOT ! Imbalance is just a partial vision of the whole pattern. Cyclic imbalance creates balance and perfect dynamic dis./equilibrium.
Spiritus Mundi is able to express the whole spectrum of the Divinity by making in and by itself a prism able to make a diffraction of its qualities. You have God;ess/Nothing, and you have a Some.thing (as Binah), that express itself as things, as a 'rainbow', this is the Chokmah state (for kabbalists). And then you have everything coming and dividing itself again and again until they create vortexes and begin to agglomerate into denser realities.
Matter finds a dynamic equilibrium in the cycles of its evolution. It is a whole pattern of expression, in perpetual communication.
The Beginning is an End. Depending the sense you take it, from where you come from.
The Primordial Void is a disequilibrium, that's why the Something must come to life, to ex.ist.
When the Something and Nothing are equilibrated it is the maturity of the Universe, but the Something will take the advantage upon the Nothing, and then the Nothing will come back in force. This is the Cosmical Ouroboros or Perpetual Motion/Perpetuum Mobile ad Infinitum. Because it cannot be otherwise. Everthing comes from One Source, Ex.isting as this expressed (ex.pressed something) in the Oneness, and going back to Oneness but in the Nothingness.
Spiritus Mundi comes into our Universe because of an imbalance in the equilibrium between things and nothing.
It is the Word, the Word is the flesh of the World. When you take the Word, and express the Word by yourself, both annihilate and recreate Primordial Silence. Noise or sound, or vibration, is the first something out of pure nothing.