The complexities of life situations are really not as complicated as we tend to experience them. The complexities and confusions all have their one root somewhere, some unifying factor. Situations couldn't happen without a medium, without space. Situations occur because there's fertile oxygen, so to speak, in the environment to make things happen. This space is the unifying factor, the root perspective. By virtue of this, chaos is methodically chaotic.
From The Dawn of Tantra, page 88.