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Re: Naruto 441 predictions/spoiler discussions
Hmm...I just found something interesting that many of you might already know.
This new find for me makes some of my previous predictions not valid.
I thought that Naruto had the 'Bad' part, or agressive part of Kyuubi, the deceiving part. This would mean that if he balances it out with the good part he could come to understand and interact with Kyuubi.
But it turns out Naruto have the heavenly part of Kyuubi, the forcefull yes, but still the one that seems to be balanced.
Naruto has Yang:
Yin-yang are balanced
Yin-yang is a dynamic equilibrium. Because they arise together they are always equal: if one disappears, the other must disappear as well, leaving emptiness. This is rarely immediately apparent, though, because yang elements are clear and obvious while yin elements are hidden and subtle.
Yin-yang is not an actual substance or force, the way it might be conceived of in western terms. Instead, it is a universal way of describing the interactions and interrelations of the natural forces that do occur in the world. It applies as well to social constructions - e.g. value judgements like good and evil, rich and poor, honor and dishonor - yet it is often used in those contexts as a warning, since by its principles extreme good will turn to evil, extreme wealth to poverty, extreme honor to dishonor.
Yin is black, female, receptive, yielding, negative, and nurturing. It is associated with night, valleys, rivers, streams, water, metal, and earth. Yang is white, male, active, dominating, positive, and initiating/creating. Yang is associated with day, mountains, hills, fire, wood, and air.
There is still hope though as the Yin part actually has the nurturing part of the personality and the fact that Yin and Yan changes eachother when combined.
Yin yang transform each other
Like an undertow in the ocean, every advance is complemented by a retreat, and every rise transforms into a fall. Thus, a seed will sprout from the earth and grow upwards towards the sky - an intrinsically yang movement. Then when it reaches its full height, it will begin to weaken, and eventually will fall back to the earth in decay - an intrinsically yin movement. Yin always contains the potential for yang, and yang for yin.