6 - Negation of Emptiness

Clearly, we cannot negate pure emptiness as such. However - dynamically speaking - emptiness is always to a degree, mediated indirectly through phenomena of form (with which it is necessarily associated).

Therefore as long a degree of rigidity attaches to form in direct phenomenal terms, likewise a degree of rigidity will attach to the experience of emptiness (through the indirect phenomenal manner in which it is mediated).

So in dynamic terms, form is complementary with emptiness, and emptiness with form.

In the purest expression of spiritual awareness this entails that immanence is complementary and ultimately identical with transcendence and likewise transcendence complementary (and ultimately identical) with immanence.