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YIN AND YANG By Ksenija Premur
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This short stories collection shows female and male pattern of thinking and experiencing the world.
THE YIN AND THE YANG By Dan Joyce
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Using illustrations based on Chinese brush painting and containing the entire Tao Te Ching, this poetic journal touches on subjects for serious and playful. This is the first of a larger series of... More > books by Dan Joyce so Enjoy!< Less
Yin and Yang By Bruno Skoggard
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A rollicking tale of flying in China during the Revolution of 1947-48. The stakes are high and so are the rewards for the daredevil community of ex-patriot men and women living in Beijing during one... More > of the most turbulent events in modern history.< Less
Yin Yang Healing By Jack Moore
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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... More > 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. In this valuable ebook, you will learn: •Introduction To Yin And Yang •Yin And Yang Can Be Used In Medicine •Practicing Yin And Yang •Yin, Yang And Physical Illness •Emotional Healing •Mental Healing •Spiritual Healing •Yin And Yang Healing Sessions •Getting Information •The Drawbacks To Not Understanding Yin And Yang And more…< Less
Yin Yang Balance By John Woo
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Cut up on the old stone drums of Republic of China, inscribed in books handed down through thousands of years, traced on ancient saucers and on saucers made today, is a sign and a symbol. It is woven... More > into textiles, stitched into embroideries, emblazoned over house gates, wrought into shop emblems, a circle, locked together inside it yang and yin yang, light, yin, dark, each carrying inside itself the essence of the other, each shaped to the other. Yin and Yang is a popular ancient Chinese construct of two complementary forces in the universe, which work hand in hand, to produce favorable energy.< Less
Forever Yin and Yang By Stephen Lau
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In the Orient, "Yin" and "Yang" are often taken as a symbol of the "female" and the "male" respectively. They balance and complement each other for harmony and... More > co-existence. But "Yang" may represent "the world of the living" while "Yin" may stand for "the realm of the dead." This is a haunting tale of unrequited love, the Zen philosophy of life and death, and Nirvana, the ultimate truth of existence.< Less
Yang and Anti-Yin By John O'Loughlin
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'Yang and Anti-Yin', the first of a loose trilogy of similarly-titled aphoristic projects, sets about the task of exploring the dialectics of metaphysics and antimetachemistry as germane to what John... More > O'Loughlin calls the northeast point of the intercardinal axial compass, the point heading the church-hegemonic/state-subordinate axis, and does so with a systematic consistency worthy of the challenge of bringing what has all too often in the Western past been fudged out into the open of a comprehensive logical structure commensurate with the scope of its Orient-derived title. The cover shows one of John O'Loughlin's own abstract paintings which, so he believes, is not without ideological relevance to the structure in question.< Less
The Origin of the Yin Yang Symbol By George J Barratt
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The Yin Yang or Tai Chi symbol is recognised throughout the world as an icon represented in a number of belief systems and as a component of the national flag of South Korea. History does not record... More > when or where the Yin Yang symbol originated, though it first appeared in Chinese records over four thousand years ago. It seems reasonable, therefore, to suggest that it originated in China. The symbol was developed by ancient thinkers, (today we would probably call them cosmologists), who were attempting to understand the universe. They were obviously thorough in their work for, in proper scientific fashion, they closely observed, measured and recorded their subject ― the universe ― or, more precisely, the heavens. The shape of the Yin Yang symbol is based on their observations.< Less
the Yin Yang of Capitalism Socialism By W. D. Raymondson
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As we enter a new century, the traditional competition between Socialism and Capitalism, Democrat and Republican is polarizing and becoming ‘Mutually Exclusive’. But does it need to be... More > so? Often, the concept of yin-yang, is used to describe polar opposites and how seemingly contrary forces engage in mutually exclusive competitions in the natural world. Within this paradigm, the common misunderstanding is that they are antithetical and constantly trying to overcome the other. However the Asian paradigm understands that yin-yang is more accurately a complementary relationship because each can only exist in relation to the other... So, in actuality...the Yin-Yang are not so much exclusionary forces, but more like complementary opposites that interact within a greater whole, as part of a dynamic system…and as such neither can exist without the other. …Such is the virtual relationship between Socialism and Capitalism, left and right when they work together symbiotically within a true Democratic Republic.< Less
The Legend of Yin and Yang By Caite Baker
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A girl and a boy come from America to China from a failed mission trip, and is being chased by the future emporer, Amaso. Romance and fiction.