World Intelligence Glossary

 

 

 

   

Yin and Yang

 

 

 

 

Yin and Yang represent two fundamental forces that create and harmonize the Universe.

Yin and Yang symbolize the two polar energies that, by their fluctuation and interaction, are responsible for the dynamic universe.

  The Laws of the Universe Yin and Yang forces

 

 

 

The Laws of the Universe

The universal laws of Gender and Polarity

 

10 Laws of the Universe to stay in harmony with

 

 

   

The concept Yin-Yang stems from the Book of Change (I-ching), a Chinese book of wisdom. Yin and Yang are polar manifestations of the Tao the supreme ultimate. The One is divided through the creative powers of the Tao into two opposite energetics and dualities, which then give birth to "the ten thousand things", their concrete manifestations being Earth and Heaven.

 This manifestation of all phenomena is seen as a cyclic process, an endless coming into being and passing away, as everything, upon reaching an extreme stage, transforms into its opposite. The underlying shared characteristic of yin and yang therefore consists in giving rise to this continuous change, which is said to be the movement of the Tao.

 

 

 

 

 

The Yang and Yin operate in the universe primarily through the agency of the Five Basic Elements: Earth , Water, Metal, Wood, and Fire.

Everything in our world is a compound of the five elements. The most important of all is the balance of all five elements.

The five basic elements ‒ the five phases of transformation, or five energies, that determine the course of natural phenomena − arise from the intermingling of Yin and Yang. This manifestation of all phenomena is seen as a cyclic process, an endless coming into being and passing away, as everything, upon reaching an extreme stage, transforms into its opposite. The underlying shared characteristic of Yin and Yang therefore consists in giving rise to this continuous change.

  The Laws of the Universe 5 Basic Elements

 

   

Example 5 Basic Elements of Innompic Games

 

 

 

 

 

According to Montesquie (1689-1755), a French philosopher and enlightenment thinker, God created laws of nature
and it is through them that he governs all creation and preserves it.

 

 

 

   

The 12 Universal Laws

The 12 universal laws were discovered by humans through their observations and experiences. These laws describe the way things operate in this time-space reality.

 

 

 

 

The 12 Laws of the Universe are the Law of Divine Oneness, the Law of Vibration, the Law of Correspondence, the Law of Attraction, the Law of Inspired Action, the Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy, the Law of Cause and Effect, the Law of Compensation, the Law of Relativity, the Law of Polarity, the Law of Rhythm, and the Law of Gender.

  The Laws of the Universe quotes Vadim Kotelnikov