Understanding the New Age
The New Age movement, made up of Eastern mysticism and Western affluence, now touches virtually every area of our lives: business, education, psychology, science, health, politics, and religion. Chandler explores the many aspects of the New Age--channelers, UFO contacts, paranormal activities, influential people who promote New Age ideas, and more--in this intriguing book and discussion guide.
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Preface and Acknowledgments
THE NEW AGE AND
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1980s Los Angeles Age Journal Age movement Age music Age Rage Age worldview Agers Aquarian Conspiracy astrology believe Bible biblical brain Brooks Alexander Calif California called Capra Carl Carl F. H. Henry Center channeling Chapter Christ Christian Church Cited consciousness cosmic Course in Miracles create crystal Cults culture divine Eastern Ellwood energy entities evil faith Fritjof Capra God's Goddess Gordon Melton Groothuis groups guru Harmonic Convergence healing holistic health human potentials Ibid InterVarsity Press interview with author intuitive J. P. Tarcher Jesus Karen Hoyt karma Ken Wilber lives Magazine Marilyn Ferguson medicine meditation metaphysical mind moral mystical Native American nature neopaganism November occult physical political psychic psychology Publishing Rajneesh Raschke reality reincarnation religion religious resurrection Robert San Francisco says Scott Peck September 1987 shamanism Shirley MacLaine soul Spiritual Counterfeits Project teaching techniques theory things tion transcendence transformation truth UFOs universe writing yoga York