Differentiation is contrast, leading to the polarisation of contraries. So long as this mayavic state exists there will be perpetual struggle and “wars.” By adjusting the opposing forces, eternally reacting upon each other, the One Law in Nature, counterbalances contraries and produces final harmony.
Says H.P. Blavatsky, founder of the Modern Theosophical Movement:
“For Theosophists of our school the Deity is a Unity in which all other units in their infinite variety merge and from which they are indistinguishable — except in the prism of theistic Maya. The individual drops of the curling waves of the universal Ocean have no independent existence. In short, while the Theist proclaims his God a gigantic universal Being, the Theosophist declares with Heraclitus, as quoted by a modern author, that the One Absolute is not Being — but becoming: the ever-developing, cyclic evolution, the Perpetual Motion of Nature visible and invisible — moving, and breathing even during its long Pralayic Sleep.”