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 Yin and Yang

In the beginning there was nothing. The Chinese called it "Wuji" (Void). No space, no time. However a great bang happened and the universe was born.  Taiji was born and it consists of two polarities called yin and yang.

The concept of Yin and Yang is the foundation of Chinese Philosophy. Many things Chinese such as Feng Shui, Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, Chinese Kung Fu, etc use the principles of Yin and Yang.

Yin and Yang are viewed as opposite and opposing factor in the universe. They are relative to each other and should not be taken as absolute. They depend on each other and cannot be separated from each other. They contain each other i.e. in yin there is always yang and in yang there is always yin.

When we compare a male and a female, the male is yang and the female is yin but when you compare a living woman to a dead man, the living woman is yang and the dead man is yin.

Yin and Yang can further be illustrated as below:-

 

Yin

Yang

 Even

 Odd

Negative

Positive

Still

Moving

Inactive

Active

Cold

Hot

Dark

Bright

Dead

Living

Small Big

Mountain

Water

 

 

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