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Yin - Yang Pendant
Magnetic pendant formed from two super-strong magnets in yin and yang shapes joined by their own magnetism. Wear them together or separately.

Yin Yang Magnetic Pendant

Our own unique design. Big, bold and beautiful yin yang pendant. 3cm x 3cm x 7mm thickness of polished anisotropic magnet (super magnetic power).

There are two pieces (yin and yang) of magnet bonded together in magnetism which can be shared with your partner as this pendant also comes with an extra band. Your other half can wear the other half!

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Magnetic pendant formed from two super-strong magnets in yin and yang shapes joined by their own magnetism

This is something really different and looks fabulous on males and females in any attire.

Hangs from a black band with sterling silver chain and clasp adjustable length of 40cm to 45cm.

The strength of the magnetism will aid in good circulation around the chest, neck and shoulders providing wonderful pain relief.


The yin and yang represent all the opposite principles one finds in the universe

About Yin and Yang

The yin and yang represent all the opposite principles one finds in the universe. Under yang are the principles of maleness, the sun, creation, heat, light, Heaven, dominance, and so on. Under yin are the principles of femaleness, the moon, completion, cold, darkness, material forms, submission, and so on.

Each of these opposites produce the other: Heaven creates the ideas of things under yang, the earth produces their material forms under yin, and vice versa; creation occurs under the principle of yang, the completion of the created thing occurs under yin, and vice versa, and so on.

This production of yin from yang and yang from yin occurs cyclically and constantly, so that no one principle continually dominates the other or determines the other. All opposites that one experiences - health and sickness, wealth and poverty, power and submission can be explained in reference to the temporary dominance of one principle over the other. Since no one principle dominates eternally, that means that all conditions are subject to change into their opposites.