Thursday, July 24, 2008

"In Eastern philosophies a circle denotes completion. The yin-yang symbol is made up of two paisley-shaped halves. Yang, the light half denotes heaven, the creative, male. Yin, the dark half denotes earth, the receptive, female. Each half contains a small circle of its opposite, as well. Light and dark, male and female, creative and receptive, heaven and earth."


"As light is dependent upon dark

So man is dependent upon woman.

As the creative is dependent upon the receptive

So heaven is dependent upon the earth.

Nature and God-Yin and Yang.

The two halves that form a perfect circle and completion."


Courtesy:- Kamasutra

13 comments:

Keshi said...

wow! :)


**As the creative is dependent upon the receptive

I so love that line!

Keshi.

Southpaw unplugged said...

@Keshi
Its so true isn't it? :)

Keshi said...

yes...and I can relate that to myself too hehe.

Keshi.

Southpaw unplugged said...

@Keshi
I see...ahem ahem...:D

uttara said...

interesting indeed...

and v v sexy snap there :P

southpaw said...

@Uttara
U liked the snap ha...:)

Anonymous said...

my 2 cents on the line...*As the creative is dependent upon the receptive*......

Dr.Prakash Kothari's (but ofcourse you know who he is :P)quote...

In most of the cases of impotency..patient, understanding, stimulating partner is far more effective than any medicine/therapy/aphrodisiac...!

..so its proven medically too....!!

*smiles* + *tongue out*

..Shi

Southpaw unplugged said...

@Shilpa
Thats a complete dollar not 2 cents...:P

shooting star said...

am just trying to undertsand the depper meaning of yin yang still....

Solitaire said...

Aaah! Now I understand the significance of a ring during engagements and weddings.

Southpaw unplugged said...

@Sush
The whole life is not enough to experiece the real meaning of Yin-Yang, as far as understanding it, when i met u last time, as far as what i noticed was that u hv very well learnt it...:)

@Solitaire
Bingo!

phoenix said...

awesome!! :D

Southpaw unplugged said...

@Phoenix
Thanks phoenix...:)