Dec 4, 2008


HAND........The hands (med./lat.: manus, pl. manūs) are the two intricate, prehensile, multi-fingered body parts normally located at the end of each arm of a human or other primate. They are the chief organs for physically manipulating the environment, using anywhere from the roughest motor skills (wielding a club) to the finest (threading a needle), and since the fingertips contain some of the densest areas of nerve endings on the human body, they are also the richest source of tactile feedback so that sense of touch is intimately associated with human hands. Like other paired organs (eyes, ears, legs), each hand is dominantly controlled by the opposing brain hemisphere, and thus handedness, or preferred hand choice for single-handed activities such as writing with a pen, reflects a significant individual trait.
Hand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ---

Ever Heard Of Hand Meditation? Let Me Show You How To Do It----Meditation: What is Hand Meditation? How to Do It?---- Buddhist Hand Gestures----Differenial effects of relaxation techniques on ultraweak photon emission----Humans Emit Biophotons - The Light Of Our Cells ----

Personal experience with feeling energy with hands-----Feel energy between your hands----Channeling Chi Energy From Hands----

The bio-energy field of a human consists of subtle bodies with their energetic potentials, and which give strength and power to the biological field. Energetic potential depends on the conditions of physical and psychic health, and, perhaps, astrological factors. For example, experienced psychics can feel human energy fields with their hands without touching a body, and, sometimes, even see a glowing aura around individuals.

Look at your hands. Take a moment to appreciate the wonderfulness of your hands. See how they move. Just imagine-- ten appendages working together to tap away at those little bitty keys on your keyboard. For some of you they do it with considerable speed. They may even do it when you aren't looking at the keyboard. It's amazing. Are you amazed? ----

Hands can increase the flow of universal life energy into our bodies. Now, while this sound rather ordinary, there is little written documentation on receiving energy through the hands, only giving energy through the hands.
Anassagora in greco Ἀναξαγόρας (Clazomene, 500/497 a.C.Lampsaco, 428 a.C. circa) è stato un filosofo greco antico.......La tecnica si basava soprattutto sulla manualità, tanto che Anassagora ritenne che fossero state proprio le mani gli organi che avevano dato all’uomo la .........anassagora omeomerie della carne.....Osiamo credere che quelle osservazioni abbiamo tuttavia rappresentato l'anello mancante alla filosofia di Aristotele, cioè una compiuta osservazione sui problemi della manualità e del lavoro. La famosa affermazione per la quale secondo Anassagora, "l'uomo è il più sapiente di tutti i viventi perchè ha le mani", cioè in grado di fare le cose, di produrre mezzi della propria sussistenza, anzichè beccarli e razzolarli come un noto animale bipede e politico dei nostri pollai, fu confutata da Aristotele con il rovesciamento dell'argomentazione: è perchè l'uomo è più sapiente che ha le mani e non viceversa. Per Anassagora, in sostanza, l'uomo è quel che è, non una gallina, in quanto ha le mani, e facendo esperienza di questi strumenti, utilizzandoli, egli evolve.
aNAXAGORAS......All things have existed from the beginning. But originally they existed in infinitesimally small fragments of themselves, endless in number and inextricably combined. All things existed in this mass, but in a confused and indistinguishable form. There were the seeds (spermata) or miniatures of wheat and flesh and gold in the primitive mixture; but these parts, of like nature with their wholes (the homoiomereiai of Aristotle), had to be eliminated from the complex mass before they could receive a definite name and character. Mind arranged the segregation of like from unlike; panta chremata en omou eita nous elthon auta diekosmese. This peculiar thing, called Mind (Nous), was no less illimitable than the chaotic mass, but, unlike the logos of Heraclitus, it stood pure and independent (mounos ef eoutou), a thing of finer texture, alike in all its manifestations and everywhere the same. This subtle agent, possessed of all knowledge and power, is especially seen ruling in all the forms of life. Mind causes motion. It rotated the primitive mixture, starting in one corner or point, and gradually extended until it gave distinctness and reality to the aggregates of like parts, working something like a centrifuge, and eventually creating the known cosmos. But even after it had done its best, the original intermixture of things was not wholly overcome. No one thing in the world is ever abruptly separated, as by the blow of an axe, from the rest of things.
Ἀναξαγόρας ......Anaxagoras, in English it sounds like this " Man is the most intelligent of animals because he has hands".....Ἀναξαγόρας μὲν οὖν φησι διὰ τὸ χεῖρας ἔχειν φρονιμώτατον εἶναι τῶν ζῴων ἄνθρωπον· εὔλογον δὲ διὰ τὸ φρονιμώτατον εἶναι χεῖρας λαμβάνειν. αἱ μὲν γὰρ χεῖρες ὄργανόν εἰσιν͵ ἡ δὲ φύσις ἀεὶ διανέμει καθάπερ ἄνθρωπος φρόνιμος ἕκαστον τῷ δυναμένῳ χρῆσθαι.
hands make you intelligent
Kant's hands......In this paper we want to show how far the early, pre-critical Kant develops a theory of the constitution of space that not only anticipates insights usually attributed to the phenomenological theory of lived space with its emphasis on the constitutively central role of the human lived-body, but which also establishes the foundation for Kant’s Copernican turn according to which space is understood as ‘form of intuition’, implied in the activity of the transcendental subject. The key to understand this role of the body lies in Kant’s understanding of the asymmetrical nature of a pair of hands, which despite being equal in size and structure, remain incongruent counterparts, and thus evade integration into a homogenous and purely self-referential form of space.
Embodied Cognition: Thinking with Our Hands---
omeomerìe, Secondo la filosofia di Anassagora, le particelle elementari che compongono la realtà......Anassagora di Clazomene (nato verso il 500 a.C.) ritiene che di nessuna cosa si possa dire che nasca o muoia, ma solo che si compone e si separa. Non solo, ma poiché un ente può diventare qualsiasi altro ente (ad es. il cibo diventa carne, e la carne, con la morte, diventa acqua e terra), in ogni ente vi è già tutto ciò che esso può diventare, e quindi in ogni ente vi è il tutto. Gli elementi non sono per Anassagora solo le quattro radici, bensì tutte le cose presenti in ogni cosa, sotto forma di particelle invisibili che egli chiama semi (spermata), e che Aristotele tramanderà col nome di omeomerie in quanto sono simili al tutto che costituiscono. La differenza tra le cose è determinata dal prevalere dei semi di un certo tipo rispetto ad altri tipi. Spiegata la molteplicità con la prevalenza di omeomerie dello stesso tipo, Anassagora spiega il divenire come dispersione e ricomposizione delle unioni di omeomerie. Quando le omeomerie si raccolgono sono visibili ai nostri sensi, quando invece si disperdono, si sottraggono alla visione. A presiedere la composizione e scomposizione delle omeomerie Anassagora pone una Mente (Nous) che è l’unico ente in cui non vi è mescolanza e, per questa sua purezza, può conoscere e dominare il tutto. Anassagora però non si serve dell’Intelletto o Mente per spiegare l’ordine delle cose e ricorre invece agli elementi naturali, a meno che non si trovi in imbarazzo ed allora ricorre al Nous come un deus ex machina.
Le omeomerie (in greco όμοιομέρειαι, da όμοιος, simile, e μέρος, parte), sono il termine usato da Aristotele per indicare i cosiddetti semi di Anassagora, cioè a dire, le particelle che costituiscono l'universo ed ogni sua cosa.
Secondo Anassagora, vi sono infinite omeomerie di qualità diversa, che spiegano l'apparente paradosso della trasformazione delle cose. Così ad esempio, una mela che viene mangiata e poi diventa diverse parti di noi (carne, pelle, capelli) in realtà non subisce nessuna trasformazione assoluta, ma passa di cosa simile in cosa simile: ciò significa che, anche se in piccola parte, le omeomerie della carne, della pelle, dei capelli, devono già essere presenti nella mela.
Le omeomerie sono ordinate ad azionate dal nous.
Anaxagoras.....He held that everything is infinitely divisible and that even the smallest portion of matter contains some of each element. This is in some sense the antithesis to the later atomistic theory of Leucippus and Democritus. Anaxagoras held that snow contains the opposites of black and white and is called white only because white predominates in it. In a sense, then, each part contains the whole of reality, each thing containing a specific share of all other things. The differences in form result from different portions of the elements. The variety of substances and forms we perceive is thus explained by the complexity of seemingly endless numbers of possible combinations.Although these thoughts contradicted the dominant Pythagorean and Eleatic schools, they were not entirely new. Yet, Anaxagoras went a step further. The process by which matter is formed, he argued, is separation. The material world, which springs from the all-containing "One" creates itself through continuous dichotomization. It produces forms of multiplicity with increasing complexity. According to Anaxagoras, this process is originated and controlled by "mind" (nous).
Parmenides who said "All is One",

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