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Yes, but will you look further with me? :)
But, since yin & yang are working together, is it "beyond" right & wrong, as dupodong's quote suggested? It suggested "going beyond it", beyond all those opposites. Why? I think, to understand that nothing is right or wrong, everything just is what it is, if we are caught up in right & wrong we are trapping ourselves and not seeing that wonderful world... and also I think, right & wrong somehow (thanks to, and according to the Universe, Tao, God, whatever) all balance out. So if yinyang is a balancing force where right & wrong are swirled together balancing each other out, perhaps yinyang is "beyond it". Yinyang IS after all, ONE thing, constantly moving and swirling, it is not really two separate things, it is one concept and one image, no? (maybe not, I don't know).|
I am not set in what I''m saying, I am just exploring it out loud, it's a new concept for me, and I'm enjoying thinking about it. Can anyone understand what I'm saying, even if you don't agree? forgive me if I'm not making sense.
If I believe in yinyang, does that mean I must believe in right & wrong? Can I believe in yinyang but not right & wrong?
If yinyang is right and wrong, are they suggesting going beyond yinyang too?
I have heard it suggested that we can go beyond karma, maybe yinyang is also such a tool? Oh please now dupodong, look what you've started. You have caused me to throw my yinyang dependency out the window and need a straightjacket! How can I teach taiji without yinyang?!?!?
And NOW what do I do with all my taiji T-SHIRTS?!?!?:'(
"To yinyang, or not to yinyang? That is the question."
My head is now confused.