We exist not as separate entities.
Although we appear to do so, we are not persons moving through time/space. Rather we are expressions of the multiplicity of process that is the universe, and define ourselves as distinct solely due to the abstracting neural functioning which characterizes our particular mode of energy/matter.
This is the basis for unbelief in a universe composed of ‘things’.
Despite the apparent perception of a multiplicity of objects, I must inevitably recognize all objects depend ultimately on ultimate subject. Therefore ‘I’ cannot be object. Since subject cannot exist in the absence of object, nor object in the absence of subject, it follows neither exists apart from the convenient illusion invented by the neural process of perception/thought.
I do not, therefore, believe in my ‘self’ as a being, and I certainly don’t believe in a God-being.