Definitions: (1) All parts combined in a proportionate, consistent, and agreeable arrangement; congruous; disparate separations adapted to each other; (2) Everything in accord with every other thing; fitting together elegantly; (3) Balance; consonance; equilibrium; (4) Greater than the sum of its parts; superadditive; supersymmetry; (5) Concordant convergence as in music and poetry resonating melodiously beyond the individual notes or words; (6) Peaceful; tranquil
- When God separated the whole into parts, He created relationships. Every relationship creates a tension. In the absolute all unresolved tensions are equitably settled (instantly), often by the creation of new reality. Some of the tensions created and resolved were: potential and actual resolved by growth; infinite and subinfinite resolved in space through time; personal and impersonal resolved by mind. God is a creator; not a static fact in a state of absolute completion but alive and able to share, enrich, and excite reality.
- We experience much which is out of balance and in need of integration. This is the condition of things in our finite state of existence. Perfection in the infinite is inherent, but in the finite perfection is progressive.
- The natural and necessary consequence of perfect harmony of qualities and attributes in God is their mutually-limiting relationship. Each is interdependent with all others; nothing is out of balance.
- Supersymmetry [definition number four] refers to the attempt, now almost exclusively in mathematics, to unify the divergent laws and forces which govern the universe. With God this equilibrium is inherent in His perfect divine poise.