"Passive change" refers to change that is brought quietly from within. It is outwardly not active, because that is physical, but inwardly the forces are raging in order to clarify the chaos.
The words "passive change" are not an oxymoron. They are an embracing of the paradox. When one can embrace the paradox, one grows accepting and detached from outcome. This represents a higher state of consciousness. When one detaches from outcome, one acquires a tolerance for passive change. One is not insistent upon physical demonstration of earning goodies for spiritual work well done. This idea does not represent Universal Law. It represents man's desire." [Reading by Dawn Stranges June 21, 1995 From JOHN KEELY to DALE]