Yin and Yang are a philosophical concept of balance. The symbol associated with this concept is the Yin-Yang symbol, also known as the Taiji symbol. The image consists of a circle divided into two shapes drop one white and the other black. Within each half contained a smaller circle of the opposite color. This symbol is the eternal and omnipotent symbol of perfect balance between Yin and Yang, the female and the male, Darkness and Light, Evil and Good.
This implied piece representing ways of Yin and Yang are mutually interdependent, and the continuous conversion occurs with one another. One cannot exist without the other, and each containing the essence of the other. The night becomes day by day becomes night. The birth is death, and death is birth.
Friends become enemies and enemies become friends. Such is the nature, such as Taoism teaches. Half white and black of Yin-Yang symbol is similar to the two sides of the same coin. They are different and distinct, but one could not exist without the other. Therefore, it is very important for each person to find this balance depending on the nature of the principles and the ideals and feelings.
In Taoism, the emergence of “things” is considered Yin, and their components, Yang. To understand the passage from a “thing” to another “thing” is to have access to a deep level of wisdom.
The symbolism of Yin and Yang is the basis of Feng Shui. The Feng Shui is a philosophy aimed at organizational and energetic harmonizing of a space based on the five elements of Chinese tradition and the cardinal point.