A blue version of the Yin Yang symbol. Light and dark,pull and stretch, good and bad, yin and yang. The concept of the spiritual balance of that there is no good without evil and the other way around. If you’re a fan of the spiritual and the philosophy of good and evil, then this is the right design for you.
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Yang Style Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan balanced symbol, the root philosophy of Oriental China beliefs in this simple yet powerful design. Yin Yang T-Shirt. Feel cooler by wearing this complete Yin Yang Feng Shui 8-symbol illustration! Learn each Trigram's Traditional Chinese character, pronunciation, and meaning. Better yet, *share* the knowledge with your friends - show them the Tao with this wearable chart! May the Chi be with you. Yin Yang Tshirt for Feng Shui and Tai Chi masters. For Yin version, please search B01DSA8KAU on Amazon. The bagua (Chinese, literally:"eight symbols") are eight trigrams used in daoist cosmology to represent the fundamental principles of reality, seen as a range of eight interrelated concepts. Each consists of three lines, each line either "broken" or "unbroken," representing yin or yang, respectively. Due to their tripartite structure, they are often referred to as "trigrams" in English. The trigrams are related to taiji philosophy, taijiquan and the wu xing, or "five elements". The trigrams have correspondences in astronomy, astrology, geography, geomancy, anatomy, the family, and elsewhere. The ancient Chinese classic, I Ching (Pinyin: Yi Jing), consists of the 64 pairwise permutations of trigrams, referred to as "hexagrams", along with commentary on each one. The trigrams are related to the five elements of Wu Xing, used by feng shui practitioners and in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Those five elements are wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. The Water (Kan) and Fire (Li) trigrams correspond directly with the Water and Fire elements. The element of Earth corresponds with both the trigrams of Earth (Kun) and Mountain (Gen). The element of Wood corresponds with the trigrams of Wind (Xun) (as a gentle but inexorable force that can erode and penetrate stone) and Thunder (Zhen). The element of Metal corresponds with the trigrams of Heaven (Qian) and Lake (Dui). The source of bagua is the following, attributed to King Wen of Zhou Dynasty: "When the world began, there was heaven and earth. Heaven and earth gave birth to everything in the world. Heaven is Qian-gua, and the Earth is Kun-gua. The remaining six gua are their sons and daughters". What's printed in this shirt is the Xiantian Bagua, also known as Fu Xi Bagua or Earlier Heaven Bagua, not the Manifested (Hou Tian), "Later Heaven" or "King Wen" Bagua.
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