Sunday, November 27, 2011


In Chinese philosophy there are two forces in balance, two complementary energies. One of these energies can not exist without the other. The interaction of this two energies or forces produces de changes that keep the world moving.
The yin and yang is a circle divided into two halves by an S-shaped line that separates the dark (yin) of light (yang), with a central point of the opposite colour in each half.
The symbol of yin and yang is very powerful. They are two opposite and complementary forces that are in constant motion. This forces show that when darkness decrease the light increases and the other way round. The smaller circles show that each force contains its nucleus in the centre of the other.

Iratxe and Lucía

No comments:

Post a Comment