Shamanic Vision: Living Life through the Eyes of the Heart Issue # 7: 2nd Quarter, 2018 - Page 6
For example, take a look the definition the word Commitment
Now, going back to a balanced teeter-totter...the difference between the Yin and Yang are polarities.
So if you look at your commitment, say to running, where is it on the teeter-totter?
Are you so dedicated that you absolutely must run for 2.5 hours every day, rain or shine, snow or smog,
in wellness or on the verge of collapse and all you can eat, drink, breathe and talk about is running? This
would be very Yang.
However, if all you can do is watch runners from the comfort of your front porch, that is very Yin. Where
is the balance point?
Here are some of the polarities to the defining words for Commitment:
Extreme Yin Aspect
Does as ordered
Extreme Yang Aspect
Driven by strong sense of purpose/identity; seeks power
As you can imagine, there are many “degrees” of energy and attitude between these polarities!