What Does Yin And Yang Mean And How To Find The Balance
Yin Yang theory
Our articles demonstrate how mythology, art and rituals of ancient India can still be applied today regarding the contemporary generation. The Hindu spiritual and mythological landscape is populated by varied characters from the blood-letting Kali to the mysterious Shiva – all of whom provide a distinct perspective regarding relationships.
You get to read about the love of Radha and Krishna and Krishna’s relationship with Rukmini. There are brilliant pieces on Shiva and Sati and articles that show you how the teachings of Mahabharata are relevant in modern times. Lesser-known characters like Mandodari, Urmila and Kannaki teach us valuable life lessons too. This section is nothing less than a treasure trove of ancient wisdom on relationships.
Yin Yang theory
Everything exists in pairs of opposites – light and dark, heat and cold, positive and negative, male and female – everything is Yin and Yang. These two cosmic energies govern everything in our universe, including relationships. Striking the balance between contrary forces is the key to a successful relationship. The question is, how can one …
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