Significance of Yin and Yang in Feng Sui
‘Chi’ is made up of yin and yang. These two are opposite energies of the universe. One of these does not exist without the other. Like day without night, man without woman.
Chinese Shui is divided into two parts.
This is a tree. Like two fishes, the symbol of the two tadpals in this Vrisha is the symbol of the universe. One tadpal is black with a white dot inside, while the other is a white, black dot. These points indicate that there is some amount of yang in yin, while some amount of yang is yin, yin is a symbol of black color and yang is white.
1. Yin- Yin powers are said to be the symbol of earth. Yin Shakti is feminine, nature, dark and passive. This is the negative power of the universe.
2. Yang- Purusha Prakriti is full of light. This is the positive power of the brand.
These two are contradictory but they contain elements of each other in themselves. Just as there is subtle light in yin and subtle darkness in yang. In this way both the elements are dependent on each other. Everything in the universe is made up of yin and yang energies and interacts with each other.
There is harmony and sweetness in the world when there is a proportional balance between Yin and Yang. The sign of Yang Shakti is heat and south direction and it is upward moving. On the contrary, it is a symbol of Yin and Cold. Its direction is north. The balance of Yin and Yang establishes happiness, peace and prosperity in the house.
This whole sign of whole creates a kind of balance in the brand whether it has more yin or yang. Night is followed by morning and autumn and winter are followed by spring and summer. Similarly, man also has to make a balance in his life. Similarly we try to balance the rest of the yin through yang.
Feng Shui is based on the balance of the five elements. If there is spontaneity and harmony in the ratio of these five, then the building, housing is Vastu-friendly and pleasing, otherwise it gives opposite results.
The compatibility of every material in the world can be proved by the five elements determined by Feng Shui. The five elements are related to directions and metals.
The power of these elements keeps on increasing and decreasing according to the change of seasons.
What are the five elements?
Everything in the world is made out of fire, earth, metal, water, and wood), and the ancient inhabitants of China believed that each person is influenced by them according to their date of birth. You can see further in this book about your personal element according to your date of birth and year.
These five elements help in the production of each other element. These five elements also help in destruction.
But all these elements should be used in a balanced way. Wherever any element dominates or weakens, there will be troubles. In order not to allow such a situation to arise, the balanced work of the elements plays a major role in Feng Shui. The elements help each other by spinning like wheels just as the water element will always produce wood. Fire originates from the wood element. Ash or earth is formed from the element of fire. Metals are produced from the earth. Whose liquid form is of the type of water. Similarly, remember that when this wheel turns upside down, it becomes destructive. It is very important to know how the five elements help or destroy each other.
The person’s own birth year determines which element is important to you. Every person has his own special element and in that particular person, the things related to that element have predominance. Also these five elements also have their own definite shape. Each element has its own distinct identity. They have their own direction, colour, season, animal, virtue and personality.
According to Chinese astrology, these five elements are used in Feng Shui. Any person can see these five elements in his birth chart because that birth time, day, date are associated with different elements.
These five elements in nature – wood, fire, earth, metal, water. These elements are related to each other in two ways. Therefore these elements have two types of –
1. Productivity f. 2. Destruction f.
Next in the picture you can see that wood generates fire, that is, you burn wood and create fire. In turn, fire creates the earth. Because fire produces ash (earth) by burning wood.
Earth forms metal because metal is excavated from the earth. Metals form water because when the metal is melted it takes a liquid form. Wood trees are born from water because the tree is watered by water.
It takes some time to understand this cycle. But if you understand it, you can use it very easily.
destructive cycle of the elements
In this destructive cycle you will see that wood destroys the earth as trees grow on the earth, they grow. They make the earth barren by absorbing all the minerals.
The earth destroys water because the earth (soil) absorbs all the water when it rains.
Water destroys fire.
Fire destroys metal as it melts metal.