What Owen Barfield (drawing on Steiner) terms 'polarity' - I have reformulated as Beings in Relationship.
In other words, polarity is described abstractly in terms of a self-generating distinction, a dynamic process - but ultimately I understand this is terms of the Beings that constitute reality having Relationships.
When it comes to Creation - the relevant Relationship is Love.
To put it differently - When Love between Beings acts over Time, there is Creation.
This applies to God - it is God's Love acting through Time, that is Creation. (In other words, the process of love between beings in intrinsically creative.)
However, when Time (process, change) is Not mediated by Love; then we have evil - because any relationship other-than Love is anti-Creation.
So the Good/ Positive situation is of Creation (made by Love through Time).
Not-Love (anything other-than Love) is a negative situation - and is destructive of Creation.
(This is evil and the situation is hell. Absence of Love is hell.)
Not-Time is No-Creation; it would be Stasis; it would be neither Good nor evil; neither Heaven nor Hell - but Just-Be.
(Not Be-ing - just Be, just mere Existence.)
This situation is the Nirvana asserted by 'Eastern Religion'.
Note: This clarifies why Christians should acknowledge the reality and necessity of Time - and should set-aside pre-Christian hangovers and metaphysical errors (common to almost all mainstream, classical Christian theology) about God being outside-of-Time, or a state of Timelessness being the highest state. One would have thought (hoped) that the incarnation of Christ in history would have made this clear - but apparently not. Unless there is Time, there would be no Good, no direction, no Freedom - and no Love. Thus Time is necessary for Christianity; without Time, Christianity is refuted. It is a superiority of Romantic Christianity that it regards Time as necessary and intrinsic.