What are symbols for balance?
ying and yang?
I believe it is yin and yang. That's why you got a red squiggle under "ying."
(New Edit) Yes, yin snd yang are the most well known symbol for balance. The circles of opposite color in each side represent the balance, how one as a bit of the other and vice versa. Yin is often associated with females and yang with males. Hope this helped!
Number to the left of element's symbols in a chemical equation that are used to balance the chemical equation?
ZODIAC SIGNS AND THEIR SYMBOLS These are the ARIES (the Ram); TAURUS (the Bull); GEMINI (the Twins); CANCER (the Crab); LEO (the Lion); VIRGO (the Virgin); LIBRA (the Balance); SCORPIO (the Scorpion); SAGITTARIUS (the Archer); CAPRICORN (the Goat); AQUARIUS (the Water Carrier); and PISCES (the Fishes)
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If you mean the pentagram, star of david and the seven-star I guess the answer is: The pentagram stands for humans, incomplete as we are, the star of david stands for balance, between the divine and men. Finally the seven-star stands for evolution, growing beyond balance. 7 is the basic number of the earth, a lucky number.
Unfortunately, no. Most gods (and their symbols) are "pure", in that they refer to one specific side of an issue or idea. It is in the contests between gods that we find the "inner struggle" depicted. The closest you will come is something like the Yin and Yang or Scales of Themis (the popular goddess found frequently in court houses), where the implication is balance, and the struggle to find balance, between opposites.
martial arts view on tiger vs dragon According to Shaolin Martial Arts, the Tiger vs. the Dragon is the symbol of the line overcoming the circle and vice versa. The tiger fights in a straightforward attack bulldozing it's opponent. The dragon fights using circular flexible attacks. They are certainly worthy opponents :) Both the tiger and dragon are old Buddhist symbols. They have come to be known as oppositional symbols - one reflecting a 'hard'…