Divine Balance: Study of Sacred Meanings Across Religions (6th edition)

International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development 6 (3):831-836 (2023)
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This article explores the concept of androgyny and its representation in various religions and belief systems. The idea of energy balance between male and female is depicted in numerous religious symbols, such as Shivling, the Yin Yang symbol in Taoism, and the Hexagram in multiple religions. The article delves into the beliefs of different religions, including Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, and how they emphasize the importance of balance between masculine and feminine energies. Ultimately, the article highlights the importance of divine balance of energy which is important to bring balance and harmony.

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Tanuj Namboodri
Peter The Great Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University


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