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Palmistry (Part 2): Is  The Right Hand Right or The Left Important? Palmistry (Part 2): Is The Right Hand Right or The Left Important?
by Dr. Yoshifumi Harada
2012-09-04 10:40:58
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Greetings to all. Today I want to discuss the significance of the right and left hand to palmistry. You probably know that the left side of the brain is our rational, mathematical, language, and reasoning side. From the left side of the brain we see the world in functional ways. This is all reflected in the lines on the palm of the right hand. Your right hand is the sum of all your acquired skills, knowledge and abilities in life. It reflects your experience. It is the doer of our two hands.

The opposite right side of the brain are our image, musical, spatial, and holistic centres that reflect our wonderment, conceptual ideas, and abstract views of the world. Consequently, the lines on the left hand palm show our inborn talents. The left hand palm reflects changes in our aspirations, desires and ambitions. It’s the dreamer of our two hands.

The left hand palm is pivotal to any potential change in life. The right hand palm shows the skills we have and the bare reality of today. Thus a skilled palm reading will take account of this Yin and Yang when making any determinations. The left and right hands read together show an integrated self.

Remember this; all your abilities and talents that were innate within you when born show out on your right hand. However without the dreams and aspirations of the left hand, all the skills you possess are useless. The signs of the left hand are necessary to empower the abilities contained in the right hand. That is why some people can overcome challenges very easily because of the power they possess through the right hand with the destiny of the left. However, some with strong right hand skills can overcome the lack of destiny they appear to have with sheer determination in life. You can overcome your lack of destiny and fate.

Usually the lines on your left and right hand are similar. When they are similar your talents and efforts are probably in balance and you are reaping the rewards. If however the lines on both hands are different, your may not be utilizing your right hand talents to their best degrees, and may even be in personal turmoil, that needs to be resolved.


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Emanuel Paparella2012-09-04 16:28:14
Dr. Harada ,
from a philosophical point of view I find what you write and explain very interesting. I have always found fascinating the concept of Yin and Yang which in the West we can find mirrored in Aristotle’s concept of harmony and balance (see his Nichomechean Ethics) with virtue residing not at the extremes but in the middle.

So the Greeks were saying that virtue in some way is also destiny, but of course virtue is dependent on intentionality and free will or there is no virtue. Virtue is not properly speaking destiny but what overcomes destiny. I think we'd agree on that.

But, from a purely logical point of view you statement that “you can overcome your lack of destiny and fate” is a bit perplexing and seems a bit contradictory: are we free endowed with free will or are we determined by our fate or destiny? You say that we can overcome our destiny, but to do that kind of overcoming one needs to postulate free will within human nature which many nowadays (the behaviorists for example) simply deny.

So the question is this: are we predetermined by our destiny (our innate endowements) or are we free to overcome our predetermined destiny with virtue? If I understand you correctly you seem to imply that the two need to be harmonized as Yin and Yang and are not in any way mutually exclusive. In that case it would not be a question of either/or but one of both/and which would of course contradict the Aristotelian logical principle of non contradiction: a thing cannot be and not be at the same time. Perhaps you can elaborate and further clarify this philosophical conundrum as it applies to palm-reading and we can then carry on a dialogue, which is the very purpose and raison d'etre of this wonderful magazine appropriately called Ovi. I thank you in advance.

Dr. Emanuel L. Paparella

Alan2012-09-04 17:55:05
waiting for part 3

e.t.2012-09-04 23:18:43
SOON this time

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