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  • n. Ability to feel motion of the body and limbs.

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  • n. the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body


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From Ancient Greek κινέω (kineō, "to move") + αἴσθησις (aisthēsis, "sensation").


  • He said participants gain many benefits, including equilibrium, muscular strength, stamina, cardiovascular maintenance, hormonal balance, improved kinesthesis and their senses become more receptive.

    Daliah Merzaban: Martial Arts And The Journey To Islam

  • Anyway, dr. m of the wonderful kinesthesis breathrough posted a picture of a yellow hibiscus in his garden on Wednesday.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • At kinesthesis breakthrough because I read my blogroll in ABC order and that was the first blog I came to that had posted this meme.

    the getting-to-know-you meme...

  • When the eye must travel around the image to make sense of it (and this is the eye's normal itinerary in the real world), that is kinesthesis and liberation, and it makes for an experience of an entirely different sort.

    Ansel Adams at 100


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