New Ager

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New Age

1. Of or relating to a complex of spiritual and consciousness-raising movements originating in the 1970s and covering a range of themes from a belief in spiritualism and reincarnation to advocacy of holistic approaches to health and ecology.
2. Of, relating to, or resembling New Age music.
A style of modern music characterized by a relaxing or dreamy texture derived from quiet harmonies and drones, often incorporating synthesizers and acoustic and ethnic instrumentation.

New Ager n.
New′-Ag′ey (-ā′jē) adj.

New Ager

n (inf)Newagejünger(in) m(f), → New-Age-Jünger(in) m(f)
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Bitter, unhappy Delilah; her distant mom; and new ager Aunt Rachel begin to deal with grief, emotional distances, and old mysteries that threaten to tear apart the fragile balance they struggle to maintain.
Anne was a confirmed atheist until her mother gave her a book written by a New Ager, Ruth Montgomery.
New Ager Sparrow has begun dating a man, and the other characters--all around Bechdel's age--feel out of step with the new generation of "postgays.
A New Ager in Tampa, Florida, claims to channel an entity named Olah, who is supposed to be a reincarnation of both Edgar Cayce and the revered Lakota spiritual entity White Buffalo Calf Woman.
When Cheryl and Andy take their dog to a canine shrink (Mark McKinney, who along with Harland Williams as a freaky New Ager, practically walks away with the film), they turn it into a session about their own problems and past history.
New Ager Simon Sturrit, 31 - not among those given access - said: "We came to the stones to enjoy the summer solstice.
In the final monologue, from Scott Greer (especially good at slick, over-articulate intellectuals), a man describes a woman he picks up at an outdoor concert, a post-hippie New Ager.
Yet there's nothing in Bartolini's work of the uncritical enthusiasm of the neophyte or the banal syncretism of the New Ager.
Additionally, while it is interesting to consider that the conservative Christian and liberal New Ager can share an essential approach to spirituality, what happens if and when a deeply felt practice orientation leads these individuals t oward commitment to two different socio-political agendas?
Her best friend, Jaz (Astrid Grant), who isn't entirely satisfied with her boyfriend, Stanley (Michael Walker), suggests Min take a vacant room in the house rented by David (Nicholas Bishop), a New Ager who's also getting over a broken relationship.
NEW AGERS PROHIBITED) and sometimes achingly straightforward (subtle, intimate portraits of contemporary American Indians in their homes, surrounded by the everyday realities of their lives).
New Agers will revel with Mr Flame's academic explanations, while academics will be forced to debunk another contemporary urban guru.