I use the word “complete” to describe stances that allow nebulosity and pattern.
These stances are “complete” in that they don’t deny the existence of any dimension of meaningness.
The term “complete” is not ideal. An earlier version of this book used “non-dual”; but that word is taken to mean something else.
I chose “complete” partly because it echoes the Tibetan word Dzogchen. Dzogchen is the branch of Buddhism that most influenced this book. “Dzogchen” means “utterly complete.”