Yin and Yang Polarities
Learn About The Healing Art Of Yin and Yang
Chapter 1:Introduction To Yin And Yang
Chapter 2:Yin And Yang Can Be Used In Medicine
Chapter 3:Practicing Yin And Yang
Chapter 4:Yin, Yang And Physical Illness
Chapter 5:Emotional Healing
Chapter 6:Mental Healing
Chapter 7:Spiritual Healing
Chapter 8:Yin And Yang Healing Sessions
Chapter 9:Getting Information
Chapter 10:The Drawbacks To Not Understanding Yin And Yang
Yin and Yang is a popular ancient Chinese concept of two complementary forces in the universe, which work hand in hand, to produce positive energy.
Simply put, one force is positive or otherwise referred to as masculine while the other is negative or otherwise referred to as feminine. Neither is preferred or is better than the other, and both are highly desirable elements when it exists in perfect harmony and balance.
This concept of equal balance between negative and positive elements is of course contradictory to most existing fundamentals where good is always sought after in its complete form.
The yin and yang concept however advocates the necessity of having both elements present to encompass an ideal balance. Relating it to a simpler understanding of hot and cold, where neither extremes are desirable but a combination of both, produces the warmth desired. Other basic ways of explaining yin and yang are, yin being soft and yang being hard, yin being stillness and yang being movement, yin being the sun and yang being the moon, yin being day and yang being night and so on.
The cycle repeats itself. Where one leaves off the other begins and vice versa. This opposite attracts and binds well concept is reflected in many ancient Chinese sciences and philosophies. Traditional Chinese medicine,
Chinese martial arts, exercises are just a few that follow this concept.
A more romanticized description of yin and yang use the sunlight over a mountain scene. It is explained as when the dark side of the mountain changes into a brightly lit up side, this simultaneous movement that seems to “melt” into each other is depictured as yin and yang infused and moving comfortably to accommodate each change harmoniously.