Are you Left handed?

Active and Passive Hands

Left handedRight Handedness and Left Handedness

The brain itself consists of two distinct lobes or hemispheres. The right hemisphere of the brain connects with the left hand and the left side of the body whilst the left hemisphere connects with the right hand and the right side of the body. Each hemisphere of the brain deals with quite particular functions of the mind as under:

Left Brain Hemisphere – Right Hand
logical, linear, sequential, analytical, discriminative mind, judgement, intelligence, cognition, mathematical function, writing, reading, speech, verbal thinking, time sense, predominant in waking life, the conscious mind

Right Brain Hemisphere – Left Hand
holistic, integrative, imaginative, symbolic, synthetic mind, musical sense, dreaming/images, visual thinking, non-verbal thinking, creativity, art, drawing ability, intuitions, extreme emotions and the sexual emotions, awareness of space/sense of direction, recognition of others & objects, spatial sense, predominant in sleeping life, the subconscious mindThese qualities are reversed for left handers and also for right handers who write in an inverted fashion. Research into right and left-handedness has shown that approximately 12%-15% of the population is left handed and a higher proportion of them are mathematicians, computer programme designers, architects, artists, actors, professional photographers and professional sports players. What is interesting to note about this though is that these various professions all exhibit a greater use of the functions of the right hemisphere of the brain, and particularly involve the use of imagination, spatial awareness and spatial ability.

What is important to note that all wearing instructions for Gems and Rudraksha are reversed for left handers. So if Yellow Sapphire is mentioned to be worn on right hand, left handers have to wear on left hand. Similarly all Rudraksha wearing instructions have to be followed in reverse.Summary of Active and Passive Hands

Passive Hand Subconscious
Instinctive Responses
Formative Patterns
Origins/Source Patterns
Fundamental Orientation
Potential Abilities
Recessive Qualities
Passive Temperament
Subjective SelfFoundations/Basis
Latent Health Conditions
Private Self
Private Life
Active Hand Conscious
Actualised Effect
Considered Responses
Developed Patterns
Expressed Patterns
Developed Orientation
Developed Abilities
Dominant Qualities
Active Temperament
Objective SelfConscious Manifestation
Manifest Health Conditions
Public Image
Worldly Life
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