And there remained an empty space, an empty air, a vacuum
Precisely from the middle point.
And that restriction was equally around that empty, middle point,
So that the space was evenly circled around it
(Ari, The Tree of Life).
Question: What does it mean the space was evenly circled around it?
Answer: It cannot be expressed in other words. In this way, in the language of geometry, we can explain that in the center of the Creator, in the center of light, a void in the form of a circle was formed.
There are no mutual changes, restrictions, or separations, and all its qualities mutually complement each other so that only empty space remains.
The concept of place always implies desire. That is, initially an empty desire was created, which did not feel anything, even the Creator. The entire creation begins with this, the gradual development of desire to a state where it already acquires some kind of its own powers, goals, and thus begins to interact with this emptiness within itself.
From KabTV’s “Spiritual States” 7/5/22