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    • Chinese Yin Yang By: Carissa Fournia
    • Yin Yang
      • Yin is the dark element, It is passive, feminine, negative, downward-seeking & corresponds to night.
      • Yang is the bright element, It is active, masculine, positive, upward-seeking & corresponds to daytime
      • Yin is often symbolized by water and earth.
      • Yang is symbolized by wind and fire.
      • Yin (dark) and Yang (light) are descriptions of complementary opposites as well as absolutes.
      • All forces in nature can be seen as existing in yin or yang states and the two produce constant movement/force of the universe.
      • In Chinese and other Eastern thought, yin and yang are the two opposing and complementary forces that make up all phenomena of life.
      • Both proceed from the Supreme Ultimate and together they represent the process of the universe and all that is in it.
      • The concept of the yin-yang is very ancient, and its precise origins are unknown. In the third century BCE, it formed the basis for an entire school of cosmology, the Yin Yang School.
      • According to the Encyclopedia Britannica , "The significance of yin-yang through the centuries has permeated every aspect of Chinese thought, influencing astrology, divination, medicine, art, and government."
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    • CONCLUSION
      • I really enjoyed the Chinese culture, and the belief of the Yin and Yang.
      • The balance of the two is really interesting, and very fun to learn about.