Being that the Creator is infinite, everywhere and everything, it is easy to say that there is no good, evil, positive, negative, right or wrong since, after all, even the most demonic of entities are within the womb of Creation and thus to be celebrated and respected as simply one expression of the Creator. That is so, however this does not negate differences between positive and negative—in other words, that they share the same substance (consciousness) and origin (Creator) does not mean they are equivalent in form (where one is) and function (where one is going).
Both positive and negative originate with freewill, freewill originates with individuated consciousness, and individuation of consciousness originates with the projected differentiation of unified infinite intelligence into an infinity of finite intelligences.
Positive and negative differ in form and function in the following manner: while positive signifies aligning freewill with Creation at large, negative implies aligning freewill solely with the individuated fragment of the Creator within – at the expense of balance to Creation at large. Whereas “positive” is the prodigal son returning home to rule with the Father, “negative” aims to usurp the position of Father. Whereas “positive” is gradually merging with infinity, “negative” is the futile attempt of becoming one’s own infinity.
Whether the “self” chooses positive or negative, either path will contain equal potential for evolutionary growth. But there is more to Creation than “self” – there is also “other,” and this is where positive and negative ultimately differ; negative, acknowledging only the reality of “self” means serving only the “self”, denying service to “other” and creating imbalance within the ALL. Positive acknowledges both and thus serves both, bringing balance to ALL So while either path is equally evolutionary to the individual in question, they are not equal in context of Creation as a whole. Negative always contains an element of ignorance and imbalance absent in the positive.