Zadkiel: When you dismantle a program, or a pattern, you have to create another pattern to fill that space – to replace it. Otherwise, you lose the symmetry that was already in play. And it leaves openings for other patterns that might be undesirable, or might be in opposition to what you are desiring to create. If you dismantle a pattern, you leave a void that must be filled. You have already created that format just in your experimentation! What I am doing today is just drawing your attention to how it all fits.