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Nyk Danu

Actually Tom the article is correct in description of Yin and Yang I think you have confused The Yin & Yang qualities in your mind.
There is a typo or mispelling of Śūnyatā ( Said like Shunyta) in this line: "The conclusion of the Buddhist is "All things are Empty or Sunya." The t is missing.

Nancy S. Hannah

I would like to read the other articles in this series, but can only find this one and the: Three Tissues of The Body. Where do I find more? Thanks

Tom Green

I think there may have been an error in the article that describes examples of Yin and Yang. "Yang things are bright, warm, soft, moving and changing." I think it's hard, solid and unchanging for Yang. Likewise, Yin things are soft, moving and changing.

julie

I can't seem to be able to print out this or any of the other articles. I really enjoyed being able to read them "on the go" since I'm not at my desk much. It would be nice to restore the site the way it was, if possible. Thanks and Namaste!

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