Schools Around the World - salphotobiz

The hidden meanings of yin and yang - John Bellaimey

The Mindblowing Meaning Of Yin And Yang - The Truth Of Life

Ancient Symbols - The Yin Yang

A More Accurate Yin Yang Symbol (Corrected)
The classic Tai-Chi or Yi jing (I Ching) (AKA Yin-yang or Oracle Symbol) is not accurately depicted. First off, there's many concentrations of yin within the yang region and yang in the yin region, not just two. Lastly, nothing is half yang and half yin. Everything is either yin as a whole with yin and yang portions or yang. So each energy is either yin OR yang, not yin AND yang. There's no split duality.

What Does The Bible Say About Yin and Yang Part 1 - YouTube
".."The symbol itself dates back at least to the fourth century B.C., and has been identified with the Eastern philosophical religions of Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism. In the Western world it has long been adopted into the symbolism of myth, magic, astrology, and witchcraft.

A book, Black Magic, White Magic, explains the Yin-Yang like this:

"Another ancient magical sign called the yin-and-yang first appeared sometime before the 3rd century B.C. in China. This emblem became a favorite of sorcerers and mystics throughout the Orient because it, too, embodies so many possible meanings."

This is an important item to notice. The idea that "everything changes" does not agree with the Bible. There we find that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8). He doesn't change. James 1:17 also states: "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning." Malachi 3:6 tells us: "I am the Lord, I CHANGE NOT.".."
".. The universe is seen as mystically connected and interplaying, including every person, animal, rock, tree, river, etc., through the yin-yang interaction. Referring to the Tao, Wen-Tzu states that "the Way has no front or back, no left or right: all things are mysteriously the same, with no right and no wrong,..

"..The standard for Christians in adopting a spiritually based idea or practice is not whether it works. We are admonished to "not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God..." (1 John 4:1a). These words should be taken to heart in regards to many other holistic and alternative treatments as well. The Tao claims to be the way but offers an undifferentiated whole where there are ultimately no distinctions between yin and yang, or between good and evil. Harmony is based on balancing yin and yang. However, true peace comes only through trusting Christ (John 14:27; .."