“There were two different ways to come to grips with the biverse. One formula was for the light that is four dimensional time and space. The other formula was for the darkness, and included the mechanical nature. When two things are arbitrarily placed beside each other, they immediately show their relationship. This is juxtaposition. In the biverse, we have the juxtaposition of the mechanical and the light. It is not about being them being integrated, as they are juxtaposed. The mechanical side is hidden until it is exposed.
The moment it is exposed, than one can live out the juxtaposition itself, live out the design. It is a juxtaposition of the quiet inner rooted in the mechanical and natural turmoil of life around you. Life is not duality, but juxtaposed. The same personality crystal goes from vehicle after vehicle, and doesn’t have any relationship to those vehicles.
It is about seeing what it is to be in play, but not identified with being player. Then one can accept juxtaposition and accept whatever happens. There are inner mechanics to live by, and the outside is just what it is – a movie, a passing scene, but you are not one with that. To be juxtaposed, you can’t be one with that. The yin and yang can make love, but still two remain. We’re always going to have juxtaposition, as it is the dynamic tension that creates life.
This juxtaposition, which we call the biverse, is talking about two things that are separate from each other, but living in the same space. The interaction with each other is life. Juxtaposition creates the tension and says they have to be different. If you don’t grasp juxtaposition, you can never be tolerant. Juxtaposition has to bring tolerance. There is no natural bond between the male and the female.
They are designed to be juxtaposed, to be tension fields. This is how the universe lives with these two mysteries, the penetrating yang and the creative yin There is no way to get to peace through the Maia. You just can’t. One has to be brought to juxtaposition – to see that you play two roles, live a duality, and have two separate lives in one. We live out the mechanical life, and have no choice in that whatsoever.
The field of light gives the impression that there is nothing but choice – everything in the Maia is about choice, all these choices. Just because know this and live your strategy, you don’t escape the Maia, but live in it seamlessly, for you then understand the mechanics of the Maia, and it becomes seamless. Then you can have the other side of the juxtaposition by being aware of your helplessness.
Wait for what you need to come to you, despite what the mirror shows. Then you get to live out both sides. We are two-faced beings and always in these two different realms at the same time. You don’t need to struggle in the light. You’ll never find reassurance there. You can only get that from the mechanical side.” – Ra Uru Hu