“The dance between darkness and light will always remain— the stars and the moon will always need the darkness to be seen, the darkness will just not be worth having without the moon and the stars.” ― C. JoyBell C.
Perhaps the most potent image in our world is the Yin Yang symbol. In numerology, Feng Shui and other modalities, it is the mirror of the 6 and the 9, or in simplest form, feminine and masculine. I meditate on this symbol daily as it reminds me of the need for balance and brings me peace.
I woke up this September morning feeling a stirring of excitement and anxiety. What is next in my life? September is always a time for me to ponder the unknown. But this year has been a biggie. Almost like a big question mark is starting to form into another shape. But my shape is still uncertain. I know I am no longer in the same state of being that I was just a year ago. Hey just 3 months ago.
Many losses, but also gains in independence and creativity and inner strength. I am a totally different person than I was only last year.
What helps me is the wisdom of the Yin Yang symbol. It is all about balance and unity. The left side is the mirror of the right side. We all hold this duality in us. There is no wrong mirror. Both views are important for our emotional, spiritual, physical growth in our world.
“The ancients envisioned their world in two halves – masculine and feminine. Their gods and goddesses worked to keep a balance of power. Yin and Yang. When male and female were balanced, there was harmony in the world. When they were unbalanced there was chaos.” ― Dan Brown, The Da Vinci Code
The mirror guidance of the Yin Yang Symbol
Looking at our mirrors teach us about the dichotomy of our lives. In perfect balance, we find harmony. Yin versus yang; masculine versus feminine; assertiveness versus sensitivity; wisdom versus curiosity; strength versus vulnerability; expansiveness versus control; “I am” versus “we are”; ego versus humility; chaos versus stillness and darkness versus light.
Opening up to making a stand for my own power versus opening my heart to support others is my poignant journey recently. Each mirror is important. The balance of the yin/yang is the key to abundance in all matters of human life.
The Yin Yang Symbol in Numerology
When looking at the yin yang symbol in numerology, we see the mirror images of 6 and 9. Each number is about compassion. In Feng Shui, six is considered the strongest yin number as its’ meaning is all matters of the heart and love for family, community and friends. Nine (the strongest yang number) is compassion for the universe and the meaning of all things. Nine is compassion turned outward toward global consciousness. It is not judgmental, but sees all possibilities. Together the six and nine form a harmonious union of self, our universe and our life’s journey.
How do you apply the yin/yang symbol in your life?
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