Some articles on young, yin, young yin:
... Each line of a hexagram determined with these methods is either stable ("young") or changing ("old") thus, there are four possibilities for each line, corresponding to the cycle of change from yin to yang and ... Old yin is seen as more powerful than young yin, and old yang is more powerful than young yang ... Taoist philosophy holds that powerful yin will eventually turn to yang (and vice versa), so a new hexagram is formed by transposing each changing yin ...
... The sum 2+2+2=6 makes old yin, a yielding line that moves ... Seven is the young yang, and eight the young yin they are not taken into account as individual lines ... the three-coin method yields 2,2,6,6 instead of 1,3,5,7 for old-yin, old-yang, young-yang, young-yin respectively ...
Famous quotes containing the words yin and/or young:
“The Japanese do not fear God. They only fear bombs.”
—Jerome Cady, U.S. screenwriter. Lewis Milestone. Yin Chu Ling, The Purple Heart (1944)
“Riot in Algeria, in Cyprus, in Alabama;
Aged in wrong, the empires are declining,
And China gathers, soundlessly, like evidence.
What shall I say to the young on such a morning?
Mind is the one salvation?also grammar?
No; my little ones lean not toward revolt.”
—William Dewitt Snodgrass (b. 1926)