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Mindscape: Between the Visible and the Invisible

Spirituality, Religion and Social Change (CCHU9014), The University of Hong Kong
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David Alexander Palmer

on 27 January 2014

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Transcript of Mindscape: Between the Visible and the Invisible

Systems of knowledge, practice and social organization which have the purpose of nurturing, reinforcing, channelling and expressing peoples' connection to an invisible order
IMAGINATION
Spirituality, Religion and Social Change

Between the visible and the invisible

There is meaning and purpose to life beyond material survival and possessions.
MINDSCAPE
Inner
Action
Pathological
Vision
Imagination
Ideas
Environment
Memories
Spiritual
experiences
Body
experience
Fears
People
Spiritual
beings
Materialism
Mindfulness
Animism
Bodywork
Power objects
Ritual
Devotion
Prayer
Scripture
Transcendence
Constructing the mindscape
Motivation
Action
Vision
Holism
Oneness
Justice
Service
MOVA
Spiritual Principles
Pathological mindscapes
Dualism
Will to dominate
Dogmatism
Religious tribalism
Self-righteousness and
spiritual superiority
i.e.: there is an invisible order to the cosmos, and we are connected to it.
SPIRITUAL IMAGINATION AND ACTION
IN RELIGION AND FILM
CREATING WORLDS
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