There are no opposites. Thus there are no contradictory forces. Thinking there are is what leads to such dilemmas and confusion.
The 'opposites' referred to is down to translation and mistranslation at that.
The 'opposites' are complimentary and thus not opposing or against or contradictory.
I'm open to being proven wrong. Can you post the Japanese and your translation that supports your position? Or point to the Japanese and the translation that supports your position? We've all read and seen Peter Goldsbury, Josh Reyer, Allen Beebe, Doug Walker and Chris Li's (Sorry if I forgot a name) posts and translations. I'm going from them and openly stating that I'm going out on a limb tying those translations to known, old martial sayings.
If you can point to the Japanese and the translations that state your theory, I'm sure we would all like to see it. Especially if it can point to something specific.
Only the 'dusty' mind sees it as such.
I would ask that you please refrain from passive-tyep insults on my intellectual abilities, especially since I believe you've done it previously in your other thread on Ueshiba's aikido.