The mission of Pneuma
Empowerment Group is, "to enhance visions and transform dreams into realities.
The metaphor of the keys represented the five senses, echoing Galen's theory that one cerebral pneuma
acts for each sense organ.
At the end of the epistle, al-Razi explains that he will not deal with the topic of why one needs pneuma
, since it would take too long and the ancients have already done so ([section] 5.
From these examples, Pneuma
does not seem to depend upon patriarchy and social and religious hierarchy to generate itself.
A este respecto, pneuma
(espiritu) esta emparentado morfologicamente con nous que es la capacidad de razonamiento y, este lexema esta presente tambien en la palabra dianoia, enunciada en Mateo 22:37, que se traduce por mente; lo cierto es que los escritores neotestamentarios utilizan esta palabra, en todo momento con alusion a que genera, concibe, dice, etc .
As I said in my previous piece, I do believe that the pneuma
and the psyche (spiritual and mental faculties) do have a major impact on the soma (physical properties).
But being buried in the prison that is his body, the pneuma
remains unknown to man, unsuspected even; only through the supranatural revelation and illumination that is Gnosis can man come to an awareness of the transcendental existence of The All, the Father of Light, and begin to comprehend the true nature of the Universe and his deprived role in it.
His theory of vision assumes the existence of a specific life force called pneuma
, which is under a considerable influence of the soul and which reaches the eye from the brain through small channels in the optic nerve.
And Troels Engberg-Pedersen challenges almost all current readings of the Fourth Gospel by arguing that its use of logos and pneuma
are best understood in light of Stoic philosophy.
At the time of the Stoics, the hegemonikon psyche was believed to use pneuma
and fantasy as well, for the synthesis of the knowledge the soul has perceived.
The word amphiuma comes from the Greek amphi, meaning "on both sides," and pneuma
, meaning "breathe," based on a misconception that the salamander can breathe both air and water.
In keeping with the emphasis upon cinematic effects, Elder weaves Dadaist collage and "paracinematic" performance art (such as the Lautgedichte sound poem) together with film as related expressions of pneuma
or "induced" thought.