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Yin-Yang Theory of Celestial Design

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posted on Aug, 5 2015 @ 07:59 PM
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This material universe is a gigantic cosmic forge for spirits.

This corporeal reality is an immense foundry for creating near-perfected souls.

Here you don a body and adopt a persona. And here you have experiences that temper your spirit into new and greater forms.

Incarnation after incarnation you relentlessly improve--until at the end, at the last--you emerge from that celestial crucible as a (near) perfected entity.

But how does that process work?

It all begins when a spirit fuses into a developing zygote. Plugging itself into that being it locks its presence in tight--and thereafter remains bound unto that form until full cessation of corporeal life.

Then once tethered inside, the real work begins. For after gestation that newborn infant finds itself adrift in an unfamiliar world. And the experiences had within that realm temper and refine the soul.

Yin-yang theory states that polar opposites exist in diametric balance. In the case of celestial design, those competing interests are the spirit and the environment.

Within the energetic realms in which most disincarnate spirits reside, the environment transforms in accordance with the whims of the spirit. Whatever the spirit finds most comforting is what that realm will become. Whatever that conscious entity finds pleasing is what that world will display.

Most disincarnate spirits exist in pocket dimensions where they remain isolated in their own private (or semi-shared) worlds. Here they relax and recharge in beautiful surroundings until they grow ready to attempt another material incarnation.

Forest valleys or snowswept tundra, waterfall cliffs or grassy plains--scenes of blissful nature allow individual spirits to unwind between lives.

There that environ shifts and eddies at will--so the spirit remains fixed and unyielding. It remains stagnant and (essentially) unchanging over course of its stay within those realms.

Here--in material realms--the opposite is true. The environment remains essentially unresponsive unto our whims.

So the net result is the spirit has to confront those scenes--thus it transforms and evolves at a much faster rate.

Unpleasant situations and undesired encounters--these things essentially don't exist within the spirit realms. But what that world lacks is the tactile sensations and corporeal pleasures of possessing a material body, which is the lure that keeps spirits waiting and eager for their next potential life.

This is the situation in which you subside--within a material dimension of that celestial forge. And unto this level you'll repeatedly return until you're tempered unto perfection.

Knowing that, what should you do?

Learning that, how can you speed that process along?

First, embrace adversity. Those challenges exist only to provide your spirit the experiences it requires to reach greater heights of attainment.

Second, seek ascendancy. Don't wait for life to refine you--willingly and eagerly seek out opportunities by which you can accelerate your progress. Commit good deeds, seek genuine challenges, fix your mistakes, perform restitution for your errs, and confront your fears and insecurities before life makes you face them head-on.

Third, reverse-engineer your current existence. Examine your environment and situation to try and discover why the u




posted on Aug, 5 2015 @ 11:19 PM
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That's a inspiring take on reality and a fanciful way to rationalize it and while hopeful and innocent, there are primeval truths to this world that would either shatter or neutralize the most optimistic and blissful perspectives. That is the natural duality, that is Yin-Yang.

The illusion your describing is exactly that, an illusion and one that leads to nothing but a separation of the intellect from the soul (Yung), creating a grandiose delusional ego that when applied to reason begets maddness, e.g. not helping someone because they're on a 'different level' or a 'different path'. Abandoning responsibilities and relationships that are now beneath you, because you've 'ascended'. The only achievable perfection that exists in nature, simply requires us to remember we're a part of it.



posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 12:56 AM
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a reply to: rexsblues

I would agree with you.

Reincarnation as described in the OP can be both self-righteous and self-defeating.

I dont deny reincarnation, but it would have to be based on Chaos and not Spiritual Evolution.

In Buddhism there is a concept called Equanimity.

Which means from prince to pauper we all have the same opportunity to connect with the divinity within ourselves.

We each have the freewill to connect to the Spiritual and the Physical. Most souls choose the Physical because most are not taught to how to connect with the Spiritual.

The self-defeating mechanism of Spiritual Evolution over many lives actually distracts one from seeking the Spiritual Connection, where the Physical Connection actually becomes a justified alternative.

But reincarnation based on a choice of Physical Connection with a subsequent rebirth through the lense of Chaos, begins each soul at square one each time. And each time having the equal chance to make the freewill choice to choose either path.

Anything outside of rebirth through Chaos denies the concept of Equanimity.
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posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 03:00 AM
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a reply to: Isurrender73

Exactly that, a distraction, Spot on. The divinity is a given, a birthright to consciousness. It's not something we ever need evolve or ascend to, only remember... which is the universal impression of familiarity we naturally associate with divinity.

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posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 03:38 AM
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Yang means Light and Light shines and reveals.
Yang is positive (+), increase


Yin means shade, and shade darkens and hides.
Yin is negative (-), decrease

Yang says, "more, more, more"
Yin says, "less, less, less"

Yang is Life because life is always Growing.
Yin is death because death decreases and destroys.

We are Yang, that is our True Nature, Abundance, Growth, Increase. We do not have to "get rid of" (yin/negative/decrease), we can just allow more and more blessings (yang/positive/increase).

When a person believes in lack, selflessness, sacrifice, darkness, then they are in the Yin Mind. When a person believes in abundance, self-love, gain, light, then they are in Yang Mind.

Yin says, "there is never enough, there is less and less".
Yang say, "there is always enough, there is more and more".



posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 04:13 AM
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No.

There are VERY FEW near-perfected souls here. Most are re-appropriated from stolen flux, gathered by the opposition and farming of passing energetic forces.

We are puppets in a pantomime, being manipulated by those who have no lives of their own to play with.

I don't believe we should be recursive here. We simply fall into the warping of 'reality', given in a veil of lies. Where we subscribe our energies to be 'RE-LEGIONED' to another realm/plane of existence.

The sun is said to rise in the East, when it actually rises in the North. The stars are mixed up intentionally. Our language has been reversed so that words now have the opposite meaning of what they used to (seriously! Do some study into the origins of opposing words like LIGHT and DARK. They have been REVERSED OVER THE YEARS).

This is what they refer to as the possible coming 'pole shift'. The thing these powers are afraid of. Because they know the world is going to find out what they have done. Making everything backwards.

Look into the Rothchilds (and others) affinity with THE MIRROR and MIRROR WRITING (such as Leonardo Da Vinci). This is why. Everything has been muddled up and switched around backwards.

All of this has been done to confuse our 'soul' energy. To see it lost. To see it trapped.

Basically, in our passing here we are forced into permeating within this existence, infected with a cancer, then sold the cure.

But the cure comes at the cost of giving ourselves over to those who are nothing without us.

The slaves sell a lie to the Masters, that they are actually the slaves. To elevate themselves to being the Master.

They did this over time, stealing our memories, our past. And they did it with the help of those so-called 'elite' in this world.

The good little pets who will do what they are told for a treat.

This world is supposed to be a heaven, but it became inhabited by energies that are not supposed to be here, that turned it into a prison.

And the more we push to free ourselves, the more they push to take our control from us and make it more of a prison.

We have a cancer, and it is these parasites.

Ying-yang is the pattern of flux that should be seen within balance. If you are balanced you should be able to close your eyes and clearly see a flux pattern of light and darkness pouring through you, it will appear as a constantly reversing anamorphic pulse. Black to white, white to black.

But this might only be visible for those with a pure, or 1st tier arc-energy consciousness. I don't know if secondary or lower conscious beings will/can see it.

But regardless, Ying-Yang is simply energy in balance.
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posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 05:01 AM
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originally posted by: arpgme
Yang means Light and Light shines and reveals.
Yang is positive (+), increase


Yin means shade, and shade darkens and hides.
Yin is negative (-), decrease

Yang says, "more, more, more"
Yin says, "less, less, less"

Yang is Life because life is always Growing.
Yin is death because death decreases and destroys.

We are Yang, that is our True Nature, Abundance, Growth, Increase. We do not have to "get rid of" (yin/negative/decrease), we can just allow more and more blessings (yang/positive/increase).

When a person believes in lack, selflessness, sacrifice, darkness, then they are in the Yin Mind. When a person believes in abundance, self-love, gain, light, then they are in Yang Mind.

Yin says, "there is never enough, there is less and less".
Yang say, "there is always enough, there is more and more".


Your understanding of yang and yin is warped by the western/Christian obsession with good and evil. Interpreting them in terms of the polarities of positive and negative has to be done in abstract, metaphysical terms, not in the common and naive, psychological equations of positive=good and negative=bad. Yang and yin represent the expansive and contractive phases of a cycle, represented by the black and white halves of the T'ai Chi symbol. Neither is subordinate or inferior to the other. Instead, they are co-equal, like the male and female genders. We are NOT Yang, as you falsely claim, but a mixture of Yang and Yin principles/forces. They complement and balance each other; they are NOT antagonistic in their mutual interaction. The homostasis in the healthy body achieved by the free flow in the 12 meridians of chi with yang and yin polarities is the basis of acupuncture. Your negative attributions towards yin are absurdly incorrect. Yin is NOT the absence or lack of yang qualities, as you imply. This demonstrates misunderstanding of Taoist principles and I advise people to ignore your misleading comments.



posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 05:07 AM
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a reply to: micpsi

I didn't make any Christian references in my post and I didn't mention the words good or evil anywhere in the post.

It is what it is.
Yin is shade, stillness, and emptiness.
Yang is The Light and Life.
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posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 09:11 AM
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Yin and Yang is alot like the study of physics, but of tidal forces or polar opposites working in unison, pulling and pushing, where its a lot like the idea of an Irresistible force(Yang) meeting an immovable object(Yin). Every action has a reaction, like the study of air flow, when I ever I push something, the air gets pulled in, or when I pull something, the air gets pushed a side.

Yin and Yang isn't really the study of Morality, even though it does reflect the relationship of Good and Evil. If it came down to morality Yang would be Evil, due to its pushy or forceful nature. Which is probably why anything that has to do with Holy or light is usually considered Evil in Animes, and are usually alot like O.T depictions in it theatrical display.

Overall, it mainly a symbol of ebb and flow, and how to observe it.
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posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 12:15 PM
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If it came down to morality Yang would be Evil, due to its pushy or forceful nature. Which is probably why anything that has to do with Holy or light is usually considered Evil in Animes, and are usually alot like O.T depictions in it theatrical display.



Yang is positive (+): more, add, brighten, reveal, yes.

Yin is negative (-): less, remove, darken, deny, no.

So yes, Yang is Force, but it is The Force of Increase/Abundance. The opposite of The Force of Abundance would be lack/emptiness/need (yin).

Anime is Japanese. The Japanese were into Zen Buddhism and Buddhism teaches about the void/emptiness (yin). It's not about gain/increase/abundance/Paradise (yang).

Yang is not evil. Yin is the mind/energy that keeps people feeling emptiness and lack. Yang reveals fullness, Light, and abundance.
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posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 03:39 PM
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I know that, but from your stand point, you seem to be too mentally attached to Yang. Sure Yang has the warmth, glamour, and substance but it can be a quickly extinguished due to being volatile and short lived in its described nature which is why it associated with masculinity or fire. While Yin may seem like a shadow of yang and empty, it is soft and gentle, to where as it not forcing its movements, but flowing along, which is why it associated with femininity or water.

Yang likes move and push while Yin likes to pull and be still.



posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 03:53 PM
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Sure Yang has the warmth, glamour, and substance but it can be a quickly extinguished


Death is not a property of Yang. Yin is death, lack, and stillness. Yin does not even exist, it's just a very low form of Yang. A very dim light that appears as "darkness". A very slow energy that appears as "stillness".

In reality, all things are Yang. All things are energy. All things are in motion. Energy never "dies" only moves/transforms. Yin is an illusion. If the void is something real, then it isn't nothingness, just an illusion of nothingness. Might as well live in Truth full of Yang, Light, Energy, Warmth, Abundance, Clarity, and Fullness.



posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 07:55 PM
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Yang is 'patriarchal' this is why patriarchal crap like religion™; government™ and military™ are losing their footing because Mother Earth, a 'living being' has shifted into 'Yin' The Divine Feminine, what the Maya carved Us about, they too were a 'patriarchal society' (who went underground inner Earth but that is for another thread...)

It would also behoove One to actually read The Tao Te Ching, because then You'll find that 'things' aren't what they seem. A thing is just a thing, not what is said about the thing.. Paradoxical thinking, plus Lao Tzu gives it away in the first verse.. "The Tao that can be told/typed is NOT the Eternal Tao..." So, sew, One could type like a madMan (yang) and it still won't change anyTHING.. What is a thing? (see above...)

There are too many names already...

In recap: Mother Earth isn't screwed up, it is just the last grasp at POWER before Mr. Yang takes His balls and goes home because nobody wants to play...

namaste



posted on Aug, 6 2015 @ 09:11 PM
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Well if there is a Yang, then there has to be Yin?

Yang is spontaneous and hot so it would expand, while Yin conservative, cool, is likely to contract. Yang is more likely to burn out and combust, while Yin would get stale and stiff in that sense, but again Yin and Yang doesn't/or wasnt to symbolize life and death, that comparision just like God and Satan.

Its mean't to symbolize opposing forces complementing each other, not battling each even though it gives the impression of an eternal struggle. Not just sweet, fluffy, things, thats not masculinity?

With out light, there would be no shadows, since shadows are made from obstructions of light.
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