Music Yin Yang Tank Tops
I thought a Zombie Yin-Yang would be a nice way to represent the debate between which is worse…or better, slow-moving or fast-moving zombies. I guess Yin zombies would be the classic slow moving, can't figure out a doorknob type of zombies that you can just walk around to avoid. Yang zombies would be the more modern type that can sprint, leap, climb stuff and will probably end up eating your face off no matter what you do. I prefer watching the quick ones, but when they actually start showing up around town I really hope they're the slacker zombies I can kill with a spork.
Tags: yin-yang, zombie, yin, yang, monster
The Yin Yang symbol with the symbols of the four diamonds Takeda clan mon and a triangle. Some people are aware with these kind of symbols mean in a different contrast. As these two characters are the direct oposite of each other and yet they need each other.
Tags: jin, mugen, yin-yang, fuu, manga
This unique yin yang design by artist Jeff Bartels features two stylized koi fish. A traditional Japanese fish appears in both sides of this symbol for natural balance. The scales of the fish are defined by the negative space in between small half circles that run down the length of the bodies. The simple fins are painted a solid color that mirrors the opposite side if the yin yang. This stylish pattern is a beautiful interpretation of this ancient symbol.
Tags: nature, traditional-koi, unique-yin-yang, martial-arts, opposing-forces
A Yin Yang Bagua symbol. Good and bad, light and dark pull and push. Neither can exist without each other. Another name is the Pa Kua they are eight trigrams used in Taoist cosmology to represent the fundamental principles of reality.
Tags: baguazhang, yin-yang-symbol, tai-chi-chuan, chi-kung, bagua
This beautiful yin yang design by artist Jeff Bartels features two stylized tribal roses. Intricate swirls and lines decorate both sides of this traditional symbol creating a delicate pattern. The two flowers flow from the bottom of the teardrop on either side with leaves growing from the stems. This unique floral pattern is a striking example of this ancient symbol for the balance of nature.
Tags: buddhism, buddha, symbol, philosophy, taoism
In Chinese philosophy, yin-yang describes how apparently opposite forces are actually complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. Luigi & Waluigi are exactly that. Opposite forces who are interconnected in the World of Mario.
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