Yin Yang Theory is a theory about the universe that was developed in Asia. According to Yin Yang Theory everything in the universe can be described in terms of Yin and Yang. Yin is defined as relatively soft, while Yang is defined as relatively hard. The human body is an object in the universe, which means the human body can be described in terms of Yin and Yang.
It is healthy for a human being to develop the Yin part of their body. Because of that fact it is common for human cultures to develop games or competitions that test the Yin strength of an individual.
The point of the game or competitions would be to encourage the members of the society to build up the strength of the Yin part of the their bodies, which would make them strong and healthy, and therefore able to make a strong contribution to their society.
Greased pole climbing is one of those tests of the Yin strength of the body. The picture below shows a closeup of a contestant in a greased pole climbing contest.
What is it about greased pole climbing that makes it a test of the Yin strength of the human body? According to Happeh Theory, it is because the man is gripping or crushing the pole between both halves of his body.
The gripping of the pole between both halves of his body involves each half of his body pressing in towards the center of his body, which is one of the functions of the Yin part of the body.
The Yin part of the body is being used whenever both halves of the body, are pressing in towards the center of the body. A more clear example of using the Yin power of the body in this fashion, is presented by this picture of a baby holding something between it’s feet.
The foot on each half of the babies body is pressing in towards the other foot to hold onto the object between them,
like both halves of the example man’s body are pressing inwards on the pole to hold the pole.
The close up picture of the contestant in the greased pole climbing contest, can be used to highlight which parts of the arms are Yin and which parts of the arms are Yang. The part of the right arm outlined in this picture is the Yang part of the right arm.
The Yin part of the right arm is the area outlined in this picture.
The Yang part of the left arm is outlined in this picture.
And the Yin part of the left arm is outlined in this picture.
According to Happeh Theory, the Yin part of the arm can be visualized as something bulky and soft like a marshmallow.
The Yang part of the arm would be anything hard you can think of like wood or metal.
The hard Yang parts of the body behave as if they are pressed into the soft Yin parts of the body, like pressing a hard pipe into a soft marshmallow
This picture shows a rectangle labeled Yin underneath a rectangle labelled Yang.
The hard Yang part of the body can be visualized as being pushed down into the soft Yin part of the body.
The next picture shows the hard Yang rectangle embedded in the soft Yin rectangle.
The next picture compares the two rectangles showing how Yang behaves like it is embedded in Yin, to the picture of the example man’s arms.
The reader is encouraged to try and visualize the parts of the arm labeled Yang as being embedded in the parts of the arm labeled Yin. It will be helpful to feel the same areas of your own arm that are highlighted in the picture so you can connect the sensations of your body to the areas of the picture labeled Yin and Yang
The body of a human being with strong Yin will have a certain appearance, because development of the Yin part of the human body causes certain physical changes to take place the body.
One of the characteristics of a strong Yin part of the body is a strong or bulging looking forehead like the example man’s.
Another characteristic of strong Yin development is eyes that have a squinty look to them.
The reason that development of the Yin part of the body makes the eyes look squinty, is because development of the Yin part of the body creates forces that pull the center of the body towards the outside of the body. The next picture shows arrows by the mouth and the eyes that indicate the pulling outward force acting on the body.
The outward pulling forces on the mouth of the man, created by the Yin part of his body holding tightly to the greased pole, have pulled his mouth very wide and his eyes wider than they normally are.
Scientists claim that the squinty eyes of Asian people is due to genetics. While there may be some genetic influence on the squinty eyed look of Asian people, according to Happeh Theory, Asian people have squinty eyes because they are raised from when they are babies to develop the Yin part of their bodies.
Visualize forces like the ones that are pulling the example man’s mouth to the outside of his body, acting on the eyes of an Asian person every day of their life from the time they are born until the day they die.
That constant daily pulling by the Yin forces of their body on their eyes, has hundreds of times more influence on the look of their eyes than genetics do, and is really what pulls their eyes wider and gives Asians their characteristic squinty eyed look, according to Happeh Theory.
It has come to the attention of the creator of this website, that young Asian people are having plastic surgery to make their eyes more round and open looking like the eyes of people from the west.
The creator of this website does not understand this urge and would recommend against it. Squinty eyes caused by Yin development of the body are the sign of a superior human.
Why would anyone want to have surgery to make themselves look like an inferior being? That is what Asian people are doing when they have surgery to make their eyes round looking like the eyes of people of the West.