From within the fluid and ineffable state of boundarylessness, the knowing mind experiences a stirring . . . a discomfort of sorts. Somehow it's not enough to just rest in the boundaryless nature of this discomfort. The knower of this discomfort then acts, and leaves the open state to become the doer, or "subject." And what do subjects do? They define, seduce, wrestle with, and push away objects. And this dynamic exchange between subject and object creates a whole lot of friction and heat, which activates a big bang of sorts . . . And the whole world of objectification bursts into action.