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New Age
Of or relating to New Age music
New Age
Of or relating to a broad movement in Western culture, covering a wide variety of alternative spiritual and philosophical ideas, that developed towards the end of the 20th century

At this point in history, the most radical, pervasive, and earth-shaking transformation would occur simply if everybody truly evolved to a mature, rational, and responsible ego, capable of freely participating in the open exchange of mutual self-esteem. There is the edge of history. There would be a real New Age - Ken Wilber.

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New Age music
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A modern spiritual and religious movement
New Age
New Age is used to describe spiritual or non-scientific activities such as meditation, astrology, and alternative medicine, or people who are connected with such activities. She was involved in many New Age activities such as yoga and healing. relating to spiritual beliefs, types of medicine, and ways of living that are not traditional Western ones. New Age New Age beliefs and ways of living (the)
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{i} spiritual and philosophical movement centered around Eastern religions and occult practices
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"a secularized esotericism with historic roots in the Renaissance, the radical reformers (Schwarmgeister), romanticism and occultism" (Madsen 2002, 129); "the cultic milieu having become conscious of itself, in the later 1970s, as constituting a more or less unified 'movement ' All manifestations of this movement are characterized by a popular western culture criticism expressed in terms of secularized esotericism" (Hanegraaff 1996, 522)
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Modern term for a variety of metaphysical practices, often combined and redefined to fit the contemporary world
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The Age of Aquarius, supposedly the Golden Age, when man becomes aware of his power and divinity
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Style of popular music of the 1980s and 1990s, characterized by soothing timbres and repetitive forms that are subjected to shifting variation techniques
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Although it is often referred to as a religion, the New Age is in reality an almost completely decentralized and unorganized spiritual movement It is composed of metaphysical bookstores, seminar leaders, authors, teachers and user/believers of a variety of techniques, such as channeling, past life regressions, pyramid science, crystal power, etc It is a free-flowing spiritual movement -- a network of believers and practitioners -- where book publishers take the place of a central organization; seminars, conventions, books and informal groups replace of sermons and religious services Conservative usage: closely coordinated groups including occultists, Wiccans, Satanists, astrologers, channelers, spiritists, etc
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Modern music characterized by quiet improvisation on the acoustic piano, guitar and synthesizer and a dreamy, relaxing sound
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Free Improvisation for those who find Easy Listening easy listening More appropriately known as the New Muzak
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usually refers to the psychic phenomena where people tend to identify the New Age with channelling, mediumship, crystals, spiritual healing and outside the mainstream institutionalised traditional Western religions Leading psychic figures such as Madame Blavatsky introduced Eastern spiritual concepts in the West - reincarnation, karma, meditation etc, which over time became absorbed by different spiritual groups pursuing spirituality outside traditional religions
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