Etymology相對 (상대) [sangdae] – face to face
基準 (기준) [kijun] – reference
Through the agency of universal prime energy, the subject and object elements of every entity form a common base and enter into interaction. This interaction, in turn, generates all the forces the entity needs for existence, multiplication and action.
Let us take the solar system as an example. The planets, standing as object partners to the sun, each form a common base and engage in give and take action with the sun through centripetal and centrifugal forces. Revolving around the sun in elliptical orbits, the sun and planets attain harmony and oneness and form the solar system.
When an electron forms a common base with a proton and engages in give and take action, it revolves around the proton in a circular motion. Thus, they unite and form an atom.
As the object partner to the mind, the body establishes a common base with the mind, and engages in give and take action with it and attains complete oneness with it.
For two people to work together for a common purpose, they must first create the common base.
The ideal world is a world in which evil cannot act. For this to happen, humanity must destroy the common base with the source of evil and restore the common base with the source of good.