from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to a complex of spiritual and consciousness-raising movements originating in the 1980s and covering a range of themes from a belief in spiritualism and reincarnation to advocacy of holistic approaches to health and ecology.
- adj. Of, relating to, or resembling New Age music.
- n. 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.
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- adj. 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.
- adj. Of or relating to New Age music.
- n. A modern spiritual and religious movement.
- n. New Age music.
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But another English language daily the New Age is a bit critical.
But it also has been widely denounced as New Age, meaning that it tends to discount suffering and a personal God (in favor of the "cosmos" and more impersonal energies from within humans -- who, as little deities, then control their own destinies).
Leonardo is the more offensively-oriented manager with frissons of New Age, as you would expect from someone who cites Gandhi.
This is the New Age crowd indulging in wishful thinking, who need a saint and they are the same ones who have fallen for Obambi's charms and vacuity and who will vote him in.
For our education about this and other matters pertaining to the progressive struggle at home and abroad, we were privileged to have access to the progressive newspaper, New Age, until it was banned.
This group enjoying the nuances of ancient African music amid just a touch of New Age quirkiness is pure middle class.
Sanchez's and Orozco's are corporate and Swan's comes back to New Age.
The novel presents a British religion centred on the worship of a central mother goddess, and makes Boudica the High Priestess of this religion for the Iceni, without drowning the story in New Age mysticism.
So we got somebody to go in front of me, a woman who worked at the New Age, and somebody went down to a public telephone and told Winnie to be down in the vestibule of the building in which she worked
For instance, there are several references in New Age literature regarding the actual number of planets in the Arcturian system.