Generally speaking, yin is characterized as feminine, still, dark, negative, and an inward energy. On the other hand, yang is characterized as masculine, energetic, hot, bright, positive, and an outward energy.
Yin and yang elements come in pairs, such as the moon and the sun, female and male, dark and bright, cold and hot, passive and active, and so on.
But it is important to note that yin and yang are not static or mutually exclusive terms. The nature of yin yang lies in the interchange and interplay of the two components. The alternation of day and night is such an example. While the world is composed of many different, sometimes opposing, forces, these forces still coexist and even complement each other. Sometimes, forces opposite in nature even rely on each other to exist. For example, there cannot be a shadow without light.
The balance of yin and yang is important. If yin is stronger, yang will be weaker, and vice versa. Yin and yang can interchange under certain conditions so they are usually not yin and yang alone. In other words, yin elements can contain certain parts of yang, and yang can have some components of yin.
It is believed that this balance of yin and yang exists in everything.
This is a Yin Yang Mandala Crystal Grid made out of Birch wood
This is also one of the most ancient symbols. It can be found etched and painted onto cave walls and rocks all around the world. The Celts and the Maori revered this form. The Spiral shows a path of focused movement and intensified energy.
Numerical Vibration- Infinity
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