Applying this tension reveals that four of the Primal Injunctions fuse these two opposites within a single Centre, while the other three are split into two distinct Centres. See diagram below.
Use of your better Self depends on uniting with others via the L"7 ↔ L"4Precept widely known as «the golden rule». Be willing to see yourself in another, no matter how different from you, and then treat both yourself and the other in a similar concerned fashion.
Personal stability in a social milieu is determined by adherence to Precepts that enable work and private life and handle the public and moral arenas. These all derive from Centre combinations that bypass just one Level.
In order to thrive with others, Precepts are formed by combinations of Centres in adjacent Levels.
When an Injunction is split into two Centres, there is a mutual interaction which presents in practice as an existential demand to rise to the occasion and assert yourself.
No additional bypassing of Levels is permissible, because attempts to do so release evil. See details.
Development of the Framework
Here is the diagram of the steps used to build this Tree. The terms at the top in wine have parallels with Tuckman's framework: see more. Better viewing: narrow or close left navigation column; use browser zoom if needed.
A Picture of Worthwhile Communal Existence
The column at left shows the internal duality and its subdivisions. See more.
The column at right shows the Primal Quests from which the Primal Injunctions were derived.