Twin forces are needed to create life. These two forces are equal – yin and yang. The yin is the feminine force – the mother. And the yang is a masculine force – the father. The balance and blending of these energies create life.
Martin Palmer, in the book, The Jesus Sutras, says, “The Stone spells out the Chinese belief that when yin and yang were created, the lighter vapors of yang rose to form Heaven and the sun, the heavier vapors of yin sank to form the Earth and the moon. The yang sun creates day, and the yin moon creates night.” Both energies support life on Earth.
The mysteries of the moon and its strong connection to women must be honored again. The moon is like a womb – giving birth to new possibilities.
According to Taoism, the Trinity is the yin, yang, and qi (life breath).
Tao Te Ching The Tao gives birth to the One, the Origin. The One, the Origin, gives birth to the Two. The Two give birth to the Three. The Three give birth to every living thing. All things are held in yin and carry yang: And they are held together in the qi of teeming energy.