Balance & Flow


The essential difference between Yan-Yun and Yin-Yang flows is Openness.   Yan-Yun flows are open to higher dimensional levels.  They hold Connection from these levels into our 3D world.  This in turn supports a freer and more open Flow of energy, currents, frequency and so on, from higher to lower dimensions and back again.

Yin-Yang flows, on the other hand, tend to cycle energies back and forth between two polarities, in a Closed system.  They are less open to higher dimensional connections and flows. 

Yan-Yun flows are illustrated in the attached diagram.  This illustrates inter-dimensional energy flows, through the agency of a Kathara Grid.  It also illustrates Merkaba flows, which are a key means of circulating inter-dimensional energy.  The Yellow loops represent an upper flow of electrical energy and the Violet loops a matching lower flow of grounding magnetic energy.   Key points to note are that the upper yellow flow is open, near Kathara Centre 12, to higher dimensional connection and flow into and from the circulatory system. 

Likewise, the violet magnetic flow is open, near Kathara Centre 1, to grounding connection.  Further, both circulations pass multiple times through the grid (AzurA) centre point and hold direct Source connection through this centre point.  So, there is a high degree of interconnection here, through dimensional levels, with other levels in structure and ultimately with Source. 


Wherever polarities, e.g. opposites, arise, balance is important.  However, as ASaN indicates, balance on its own isn’t enough.  There are various ways to illustrate this, but the attached diagram may help.  The two lower, yellow & grey, circles represent polarity, like the white and black in the traditional Yin-Yang symbol.  These interact “horizontally”, to give us the varying degrees of polarity we experience in ordinary life. 

What creates these polarities and what ultimately resolves them?  This is where the green circle at the top becomes extremely important.  This represents the primal neutral ManU state of being prior to or beyond polarisation.  It is the state that projected the polarity into expression originally and also what the polarity ultimately returns to, at the end of its cycle.  Polarity is a natural process in creation.  It remains natural, so long as the cycle flows and returns to its original state. 

There is a natural process for resolving polarity.  This entails going “vertical”, to get above the polarity and access its neutral ManU parent state.  Then accessing both polarities from this state, to draw them into balanced relationship in this state, so that the original mechanics of ‘alchemical union’ can release the polarisation and allow what can, to flow back into freedom and wholeness.  What can’t resolve is released to return to Source, in a process of dissolution.  As we progress upwards from 3D towards Source Consciousness, there is a progressive balancing and resolution of polarity.  Source fully transcends, resolves and integrates all polarity, one way or another. 

It is this upper neutral circle and its associated vertical connections, processes and flows that is missing from the Yin-Yang representation.  We can deal with polarities horizontally, e.g. by way of conflict, without necessarily accomplishing much.  “What we resist persists.”  This often leads to pushing both polarities to extremes, where they circle round each other in a locked cycle that fails to resolve.  This is represented in the Yin Yang symbol. 

A typical situation is where there is challenge, both sides retreat to progressively more extreme positions.  Each side blames and demonises the other for conflict.  They perceive each other as ‘enemies’ and act accordingly.  The problem with this is that it drags down frequency on both sides.  Even though one side may have been more ‘right’ to begin with, they both end up in a fraternal and deeply karmic embrace of enmity.  We can also oscillate between polarities, in a stuck way.  Vertical connection and processes are the natural path of resolution. 

Balance isn’t stasis, in the sense of stuckness.  Stasis arises where polarities get stuck.  The natural cycles or flows break down and fail to progress.  This more typically happens in extremes of polarity.  Balance is generally dynamic and is often a point of power for leverage or movement, e.g. in athletics, cycling, martial arts and so on. 

For example, in cycling, balance is key to moving forward.  A bird balances both wings to fly.  The balance is dynamic and constantly shifting, e.g. to avoid obstacles or navigate a course.  We can alternate polarities, e.g. in using our right and left feet when walking.  Each side alternately and rhythmically holds stability for the other to move forward.  in landing a plane, balance between both engines is crucial.  After landing, when the engines go on reverse thrust, any imbalance between the engines could spin the plane violently.  In nature, forces are often counter balanced by a neutralising force that transforms them.  In electricity generation, for example, the force of water, wind, super-heated steam or so on is harnessed and counterbalanced by magnetic forces in the generators, to produce usable electric power flows. 

Rather than being passive or a ‘cop out’, neutrality is ideally active, as a form of ‘engaged detachment’.  Neutrality can arise in different ways, at various levels.  For example, in attitude vs. in action.  Take the rather extreme example of a blocked sewage system in a house.  This is a horrible situation, where we wouldn’t naturally have neutral attitudes.  We can be disgusted, complain loudly, condemn and so on.  But, apart from venting, this is of little help.  Resolving the situation requires action.  This is where we assess the situation, in a dispassionate way, to see what needs to be done.  We bring in a realistic force to neutralise the blockage, e.g. rod the pipes, to restore flow.  This allows things to return to their natural flow and resolution in creation. 

There are many people, who need to practice such dispassionate and engaged detachment in action.  These include, medical staff treating unpleasant diseases, law enforcement dealing with ugly situations, first responders dealing with emergencies, soldiers in war and so on.  They can be disgusted with situations, but at the same time have to find practical and effective solutions. 

Balance is important in neutralising polarity for resolution.  On its own it’s not enough, but combined with vertical connection and processes, it makes a lot of sense.  Obviously, there’s much more to all this, with codes and processes to work with.