This example picture of strong Yin shows two men jumping off of some rocks into the ocean.
The man on the right has a strong Yin part of the body.
The man on the left has relatively weakly developed Yin part of the body that is distorted.
What is it about the men that allows those determinations about the Yin part of their bodies to be made?
The knees of the man with strong Yin are pulled up towards his body,
which places the knee at an angle to the body.
The arms are also bent which puts them at an angle to the body too.
The bending of the arms and legs are the observations that support the conclusion the man has strong Yin.
Why do bent arms and legs signify the man has a strong Yin part of the body?
According to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, human beings are the final product of an evolutionary process that began with a single cell floating in the ocean. That single cell evolved into a fish, an amphibian, a reptile, an insect, a bird, a mammal, and then into a human being.
According to Happeh Theory, the human body contains one or more characteristics of every creature on the path of evolution, because the human body is the culmination of all of those different paths of evolution.
One of the creatures on the path of evolution was a bat,
which means that the human body contains one or more characteristics of a bat according to Happeh Theory.
The characteristic of a bat that is useful in explaining why the man with bent arms and knees has a strong Yin part of the body is related to the wings of a bat.
Bats are unique in that they have a skin covering connecting their arms and their legs to their body, as highlighted in the next picture.
According to Happeh Theory, the Yin part of the human body connects the torso to the arms and legs like the webbing of a bat wing connects the wings and legs to the bat’s torso.
This picture outlines the webbing connecting the arms to the body.
This picture highlights the webbing connecting the legs to the body.
The reason that the man’s bent arms and legs are a sign that he has strong Yin, is that it requires a strong webbing between the legs and body to hold his knees close to his body, and a strong webbing between the arms and the body to hold the arms in the bent way they are held.
Another observation about the man that supports the claim that he has a strong Yin part of the body are the objects in his hands.
The way the objects are held in the man’s hands is the same way that someone trained in Kung Fu would hold weapons in their hands. Since one of the effects of Kung Fu training is the development of the Yin part of the body, the likelihood the man is a Kung Fu practitioner reinforces the claim he has a strong Yin part of the body.
It was previously stated the man on the left side of the picture has a relatively weak Yin part of the body. The observations about the man on the left that support the conclusion he has a relatively weak Yin part of the body, include the fact his legs are pulled up towards his body by only a slight amount, indicating a leg webbing that is not strong enough to pull the legs up close to his body,
and the left arm extending out from the body,
which indicates a webbing between the arm and the body that is too weak to properly restrain the arm.
It was also stated previously the man with the weaker Yin had a distorted Yin part of the body. The man’s body is distorted because it is not even. The left arm is extended far outwards while the right arm is not extended at all.
In comparison the arms of the man with strong Yin are extended outwards by approximately the same amount.
The body distortion of the man with weaker Yin is associated with homosexuality.
Viewers of the picture might agree that the man on the left is a homosexual but disagree with the stated reason. Those viewers would agree the man might be homosexual, but believe it is the fact he is carrying a bag that accounts for that impression.
While it is true that men carrying bags are usually homosexual , it is more correct to say those men are homosexual because the Yin part of their body is distorted. Carrying a bag and clamping it under the arm is a way to alleviate some of the bodily discomfort caused by the uneven Yin development of the body.