The underlying concept of Yin Yang extends all cultures and religions. It is based on the universal law of duality that governs all living things in this world. Everything in life has a natural instinctive cycle that it follows. Yin yang is this cycle.
For example, from the ebb and flow of the tides to the growth of a plant; yin yang is represented in all things. It also infinitely repeats its natural cycle going from yin to yang, back to yin and then yang again, etc. What grows from a seed into a flower must eventually die in order to repeat the cycle.
Although they represent completely opposite stages of each other, there cannot be yin without yang. They are complementary. If there was no light, there would be no dark. It would not exist. They need each other to complete the cycle; to be whole.
Yin depicts all that is feminine. It represents the earth, the moon and water, just like Mother Nature. Yin dominates the night time when you are comfortable, relaxed, sleeping and at peace.
Alternatively, yang is felt during the day when things seem to move at a more rapid pace such as a busy office, on the bus or at an airport. It governs the sun, sky and fire.
Yin yang is symbolically depicted by the Taiji symbol; a very common symbol in today’s society. Yin is the black single quote shape with the white circle. Yang is the white inverted quote shape with black circle; an inversion of yin. Together they make one complete whole.
Just like yin yang, energies in your environment must be balanced for peace. Positive and negative forces must coincide in harmony.
If there is too much positive energy and not enough negative energy, or too much negative energy and not enough positive energy, then this can be disastrous. Tipping the scales in this way can cause pandemonium.
Feng Shui is based on yin yang and the balance of energies to achieve harmony in your home, office, room or place of work. It does this by adding, replacing, removing or enhancing things that represent…