adinatha wrote:From the ground of consciousness everything appears spontaneously like an explosion when hydrogen and oxygen touch, immediately releasing fire and water. This happens regardless of attachment. It is the nature of mind. At its base it is void. ….. And because sentient beings are always popping up in this timeless primordial soup, there are always buddhas there too, present in their own minds. The buddhas in their minds are not reborn, the I in them is reborn. Every moment grasping repeats is rebirth. Every moment grasping doesn't is nirvana.
If "sentient beings are always popping up in this timeless primordial soup", then samsara is indeed endless, since at any one time, there will always be new sentient beings arising. It also means that it is not possible to know the number of sentient beings.
Any sutras/tantras supporting the above idea?