Iesous taught that the Almighty One, the origin of all things known and unknown (the energy behind the so-called Big Bang) is by great measures too immense for us to ever comprehend, describe or know.
Although we cannot know, name or discuss the One, we can recognize the process of the universe, called the Way, that comes from the One.
We cannot speak of the One but to call it THAT; therefore we do not enter into discussions or attempt to name or define THAT because human words will place limits on THAT.
Nevertheless, taught Iesous and the sages of the Upanishads, THAT entity is closer to us than our hand. We can, and must, sense the immediate and perpetual presence of the Divine in all things. That energy is the essence of the atoms, the animator in the sub-atomic structure. It runs through it all to order and keep it. It holds and manages molecules that construct all things. It runs through our soul bodies, it is the essence of mind energies. From It comes the material that spiritual beings and bodies are made of.
THAT is present in the blade of grass and the frog, in light, in mud, in water and all things seen and unseen, known and unknown in all universes. It is in essence the body and mind, and which animates and empowers spiritual beings that help us, love us and care for us.
Wayist believe that one should limit any kind of talk about the One because any human words ascribed to the One will be insufficient, wanting and limiting. Some traditions use words to act as symbols like Tao, others prefers to use terms like Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient but even those are restricting, limiting and very incomplete.
We do not make images of the One because the human mind cannot conceive of anything that may describe the One.
We do, however have symbols that speak to the energies that flow from the One.
We learn in the Primary Scripture that from the One proceeds a single stream of pure spiritual energy (symbolized by the Sanskrit letter OM). That stream of energy, called the Divine Sound for lack of better words, contains both a Yin and a Yang force, therefore a Divine Male and Divine Female force (symbolized by the YinYang symbol) which underlies all things in creation.
This article relies on insights from the book WAYISM: The Primary Text