The phrase “Out the yin-yang” generally has a negative connotation. I’m here to change that; to shift the perspective. Many people use the phrase due to the shape of the ancient Chinese symbol. The outer circle represents “everything.” The identical black and white shapes within the circle represent the interaction of “Yin” and “Yang” energy. Each of us has both types:
Yin energy is represented by black.
Its nature is feminine, receptive, calming, cooling, negative and feeling.
Yang energy is represented by white.
Its nature is masculine, projecting, stimulating, heating, positive and thinking.
The idea is that these two energies are what cause everything to happen—ideally in balance. When fit together, the overall shape gives a sense of continual movement.
Out the is used to convey an extreme amount, abundance, or all over the place.
Any time we experience balance, that’s a good thing. Anytime we experience an abundance of balance, that’s a really good thing; it’s out the yin-yang!
“Whatever you are not changing, you are choosing.”
~ Laurie Buchanan
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