In some people, the yang and yin forces are independent of each other. For them, there is no relationship between much yin → little yang or vice versa. They are torn. Split ones. On the one hand connected to the unity in a passive and supporting role, and on the other hand trapped in great isolation by their material creative power. The two elemental forces do not connect and stand next to each other. Thus their feminine and masculine aspects are possibly both strongly pronounced (the pendulum has two mallets, which stand far apart), which leads to the fact that they are in an even more extreme field of tension between these two forces, than the human being in itself already does anyway. They oscillate in high frequency between these two poles which are stretched to breaking point. On a material level, the other remains alien and separate to them. They search – in the manner of Yang – almost exclusively for control in their chaos. On the inner level, they have a great soul force that desires to be allowed to let go. That wishes to be allowed to give up control. Because of the independence of the two forces in these people, there can be no state of equilibrium. In extreme cases, they remain strangers to each other all their lives.