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The Tiger And The Dragon - Yin-Yang

The Tiger And The Dragon - Yin-Yang - the tiger, the dragon
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Ryan666 Uploaded by Ryan666 on . The Tiger And The Dragon - Yin-Yang - Desktop Nexus Abstract Download free wallpapers and background images: The Tiger And The Dragon - Yin-Yang. Desktop Nexus Abstract background ID 16371. Rating: 5.0

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jumpydk
Posted by jumpydk on 12/29/11 at 04:45 PM
I like it. Can I use it for company logo?

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me.angeleyes
Posted by me.angeleyes on 05/19/11 at 02:35 AM
Yin and Yang, Bad or good, Cool and cool fav and 1
kavinsv
Posted by kavinsv on 04/27/10 at 01:19 AM
confuse
noman001
Posted by noman001 on 10/11/09 at 08:24 PM
The animals are correct. The sides of the taiji diagram they're on are incorrect. The Dragon represents yang, the white side. The Tiger represents yin, the dark side. The tiger was used as the symbol for yin for centuries in China. During one of the dynasties, an empress (her name escapes me) made the decision that the tiger was too masculine a symbol. She decided that the Chinese phoenix would be used instead. Today, folks use the tiger and the phoenix interchangeably to represent yin. I suppose it depends on your preference. The phoenix makes more sense. The tiger looks cooler though:).
GuestPosted by Guest (Guest) on 02/04/09 at 08:45 PM
White Tiger, , that symbolizes metal is a principal symbol of Yin. but Yin is dark and Yang is light. If they are to be on their own side the need to be switched per I Ching. I also like the piece.
GuestPosted by guest (Guest) on 01/10/09 at 08:18 PM
I think this image is not correct. Though the dragon represents the Yang. The tiger is does not represent Yin. It is also Yang. So a Yin animal should oppose the dragon.
Eremit
Posted by Eremit on 12/14/08 at 07:10 PM
I like it
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Total Downloads: 22,357
Times Favorited: 122
Uploaded By: Ryan666
Date Uploaded: February 22, 2008
Filename: nandtheTiger1024768.jpg
Original Resolution: 1024x768
File Size: 186.54KB
Category: 3D and CG

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