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Yinyang Symbol of Non-judgment and Biblical Tree of Life


Yinyang is non-judgment and the Tree of Life described in Revelation 22:2. Yin Yang, on the other hand, is judgment or the tree of the knowledge of good and evil described in Genesis 2:17.

Jesus warned his disciples to refrain from judging others because he knew that the act of judging is the same as eating the forbidden fruit.
Jesus says,
 “Do not judge, or you too will be judged." (Matthew 7:1) "NIV"
The conversion from octagonal Bagua to cubic Bagua implies that Jesus has risen above judgment, and God is no longer interested in people's sin.

The cube is the highest level or the ultimate. Since the name of the cube is Taiji, the Bagua is transformed into Taiji. The Bagua is swallowed up, and is, by induction, transformed into Taiji.
Therefore we now have two cubes or two units of Taiji. The two units are the two identities of the Taiji.

The two identities are,
  1. Cube 1 (Taiji)
  2. Cube 2 (Bagua)
Taiji is a tree reflecting itself and the Bagua. This explains why the Tree of Life is described as having two sides,
On either side of the river, was the tree of life, (Revelation 22:2) "NKJV"
The Tree of Life: one tree
On either side of the river: the tree has two locations
The river: the Word (Divine Information)

The first side of the river is Genesis, and the other side of the river is Revelation. Genesis is the front of the Holy Bible, Revelation is the back of the Holy Bible; the two books are the front and back of the Holy Bible.

Holy wisdom is like a river flowing from Genesis (the beginning) to Revelation (the end), and from Revelation to Genesis.

God made us to understand that the Tree of Life is right there in Genesis when he said,
“Now these human beings have become like one of us and have knowledge of what is good and what is bad. They must not be allowed to take fruit from the tree that gives life, eat it, and live forever.” (Genesis 3:22) GNT"
Consequently, the Tree of Life is located in Genesis 3:22 and Revelation 22:2. God knew that the man is capable of advancing from the chaos or judgment depicted by the octagonal Bagua to the Cosmos represented by the cubic Taiji. Hence he said, "They must not be allowed to take fruit from the tree that gives life, eat it, and live forever.”

By transforming the octagonal Bagua into the cubical Taiji, we have overcome the Tree of Good and evil. We have risen above judgment. We are now eating the fruit of the Tree of Life.

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