The paradox so far:
The number of particles required to construct a human brain is far fewer than the number of particles required to construct an entire universe with billions of minds in close proximity. Therefore single brains ought to be more likely than universes with billions of brains within them. Yet, we find ourselves in a universe with billions of minds in close proximity.
Much suffering has come from this arrangement, due to the violence that we inflict upon each other. But, to many minds, the proximity of these abusive lesser minds is preferable to the loneliness of being separated from similar minds.
There is a certain benevolence to this form of consciousness. Some attribute this benevolence to a single mind, others attribute it to nature of being itself.
I have a hard time imagining how a single mind would be able to gather enough resources to construct a universe with the right set of starting conditions so that minds that can understand such a universe is begotten within it.
But even if such a possibility were to be entertained, it would mean that mind is limited in capabilities. Because every instance of proto-creativity exhibited by the universe is aided by statistical and evolutionary solutions. There is no design except perhaps in a vague abstract way e.g. about the initial conditions. So whatever led to all this was limited in what it could make/become.