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Accessing your yin

Posted by Brad Fennell on 12 May 2017
Accessing your yin

Within us all feminine and masculine exists as yin and yang. Both are valuable and very much needed, the masculine within us hunts, protects and achieves. The feminine within us is the creative fire that exists because of the supported protection of the masculine. Yin and yang compliment and support each other.

But too often in our world yang the masculine is given more value than yin the feminine. This is okay for a while as things don't always have to be in balance, however sometimes the situation requires more yang than yin for example when you're fighting the bear, but long term this can lead to trouble.

Being in a perpetual yang state is like going to sleep without the doors locked, you're trying to sleep but your still too aware of your perimeter. Instead of being in a deep yin state you never really go there and are always perpetually switched on.

This is why I love acupuncture and this is what I do. I get to hold the perimeter tight so you can access your yin, your stillness, your creativity. You get to access a deeper part of you.

If you're feeling overwhelmed perhaps it just a little more support you need to access your yin.

Author: Brad Fennell
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