No-thingness 
“Buddha has chosen one of the really very potential words–shunyata. The English word, the English equivalent, “nothingness”, is not such a beautiful word. That’s why I would like to make it “no-thingness”–because the nothing is not just nothing, it is all. It is vibrant with all possibilities. It is potential, absolute potential. It is unmanifest yet, but it contains all. In the beginning is nature, in the end is nature, so why in the middle do you make so much fuss? Why, in the middle, becoming so worried, so anxious, so ambitious–why create such despair? Nothingness to nothingness is the whole journey.” ~ Osho Take it Easy, Volume 1, Chapter 5
I once lived in a big house full of collected life items.  There was a huge shop too.  It was cluttered with the items of life too.   As I cleared these spaces in preparation for life in the road, I discovered all this empty, creative space that cried out for dancing and play.  What had I discovered?  I liked it.  I worked on decluttering other areas of my life: my thoughts, my feelings, my commitments, and my wants.   
Now I have this creative space, an emptiness, a void….
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. ~ Genisis 1:2

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