Feng Shui Tip: The concept of Yin and Yang in Feng Shui
All our space is made up of energy. This energy is either Yin or Yang. Yin and Yang are opposing forces yet they complement each other. Even though they are different yet they are dependent on each other. The Chinese believe that the Yin and Yang forces contain the seeds of each other.
Feng shui recommends the presence of more Yang energy in the homes. While applying this principle we need to remember that our space should not be all yang. The presence of Yin is very important. Likewise, your space should not be too Yin, make sure to add the precious Yang energy in your homes. If you are a working couple and are out all day, your home can become too Yin/quiet. To counter this, you can keep a pet or leave some music playing while you are away.
Here are some examples of Yin and Yang energies:
Yin energy: Passive, dark, cold, quiet, and feminine in nature.
Yang energy: Bright, heat, sound, and masculine in nature.
It is the balance of these forces which makes your space auspicious and brings about happiness and prosperity. This balance can be translated to our day to day life too. If you are too active all the time, you will feel exhausted. Likewise, if you are sitting around all the time, you will not achieve much success in life. The key here is to bring that balance in your day to day life to improve the quality of life. The principle of Yin and Yang applies to our Birth Charts too. The number of Yin pillars and Yang pillars constitute our personality. Depending on the number of Yin or Yang pillars, an individual might need more quiet time or might need to be more socially involved. Listen to your needs and make the judgement.
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