Yin Yang is a well-known symbol, but not everyone who knows it understands its absolute symbolism. Coming from a Chinese philosophy (Taoism), its concept is brief and straightforward: the duality of everything that forms the universe.
Yin and Yang are considered two opposing energies. Thus, Yin is the darkness, and Yang is the illumination. The duality is graphically represented by the essence of the opposite colors.
Contrary to popular belief, dualism is composed of 2 forces, but they are complementary, interconnected, and interdependent. Therefore, the feminine existence depends on the masculine, the day needs night, the tall – small, and so on.
The functioning of the universe is inexplicable, but there are many opposing forces, but they need each other to exist. Thus, all duality exists to create balance.
As the archetype of equilibrium, Yin Yang is a powerful symbol. Symbols are the language of subconsciousness, and the subconscious mind rules our lives.
In milliseconds, our subconscious scans any image and captures archetypal information without interacting with the rational mind. We use symbols to interpret archetypes.
Hanging the Yin Yang posters on your wall will gradually reprogram your belief system. As a consequence, you will experience a more balanced life.