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Express Balance in an Unbalanced World
The yin yang symbol can be traced back to a Chinese philosophy called Taoism (also called Daoism) from the 4th century BC, representing the idea of living in harmony and finding balance within. According to Culture Trip, the dark side, called the yin, is connected to everything hard, negative, cold, wet or feminine while the light side, called the yang, is tied to all things soft, positive, warm, dry, and masculine. Taoism is considered more of a philosophy than a religion, teaching us that there is a higher power in the universe, called ‘the Way’ which has both yin and yang.