one of the two fundamental principles. See yin and yang.
The active, positive, masculine polarity. In Chinese medicine, Yang means excessive, overactive, overheated. The Yang organs are the Gall Bladder, Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Stomach, Bladder, and Triple Burner.
More active energy. Some yang qualities are heat, dryness, movement, and an upward direction.
equated with sky or heaven, and balanced with yin. Qualities traditionally ascribed to yang are the active, the positive and the masculine. Yang may be applied to character, occupation, and environment.
Male/active ch'i (as an approximate definition)
The active, masculine, and positive cosmic principle that is opposite but always complimentary to Yin.
Positive, masculine, light, full
In Chinese cosmotology the positive aspect of the universe relating to hardness, masculinity and light, one half of the Taoist view of the universe.
One of the two complementary opposite forces of nature in the ancient Chinese construct; believed to have dark, negative and female qualities.
the Chinese name for the positive energy in the Universe
male principle in Taoism
the bright positive masculine principle in Chinese dualistic cosmology; "yin and yang together produce everything that comes into existence"
_The male (+) force in Chinese lore.
The Chinese concept of imbalances in strong, protective and warm energy forces in the human body. Acupuncture can bring the body into balance.
in Chinese philosophy, a universal principle which manifests itself as a male force, as spirit and heaven.
One of the two fundamental forces, Yang represents the male or active force.
Active, electrical, or masculine energy.
The hard, male, light, or positive principle of nature. (Chinese)
A Chinese term meaning "light, sunshine." In Chinese cosmology yang and its complementaty opposite, yin, are fundamental principles of the universe.
Active, male, positive principle representing strong, hard, external, bright, day, Heaven etc.
(China) Energy that contains a positive or masculine charge of Polarity. It's active and has the characteristics of sunlight, fire, strength and heaven. It is the white side of the yin/yang symbol.
The Chinese concept of positive energy and forces in the universe and human body. Acupuncture is believed to remove yang imbalances and bring the body into balance.
Sunny side of the mountain, heaven's active principle and one of the two fundamental energies of the universe; the relative tendency of centripetal, contraction, density, heat, light, strength, and other qualities whose energy tends to go down and inward.
Creative energy, one aspect of the complimentary opposites in Chinese philosophy. It reflects the more active, moving, warmer aspects; see also Yin
According to TCM, everything in the universe is composed of Yin and Yang. Yin and Yang should be in balance. When the balance is disturbed, sickness results. Yang is originally translated as "the sunny side of the slope" whereas Yin, its complementary opposite, is originally translated as "the shady side of the slope." The following are qualities generally associated with Yang and Yin. Yang Yin sun moon day night heat cold function materials red white, blue
active, quick, firm, masculine or technical energy
Yang is the transliteration of Chinese family name æ¥Š/æ¨. It is the 6th most common surname in Mainland China.