the whole scheme of values that give a sense of rootedness to life; it feeds on the outer world and digests what it finds to form wosdom and character.
synonyms for breath, spirit, and soul
RUAH (HEBREW), PNEUMA (GREEK), ANIMA (LATIN)
a set of habits that we unconciously and reactively develop (usually before the age of 4); on the outside.
moral qualities of a person, founded on his or her temperament and develpoed by free choices, which distinguish one as an individual; on the inside and comes with invitation.
right brain creative side of brain-writing, drawing, making music.
sacred encounters in nature/creation that brings an experience and awareness of God, the Creator; sometimes moments of ecstasy over something in creation when one truly encounters God.
the spirit of the earth
philosophy of life
the map by which a person directs their life and finds fulfillment.
a judgment of reason whereby the human person recognizes the moral quality of a concrete act that he is going to perform, is in the process of performing, or has already completed.
part of the psyche derived from instinctual needs and drives
that part of psyche that represents internalization of parental conscience and the rules of society, and functions to reward and punishment.
that part of the psyche which experiences the external world the senses, organizes the thought processes rationally, and governs action-it mediates between the impulses of the id, and demands of the environment, and the standards of the superego.
both masculine and feminine
the masculine potential in a women
the feminine potential in a man
"the God in me bows to the God in you"
the life wish which craves challenge, commitment at risk, and journey.
the death wish which craves security, being unbothered; a return to the womb.
God's creature formed with both body and spirit and who by means of the soul has the unique opportunity to use his or her mind and will to act in ways that elevate humanity above the animal kingdom.
verifiable by experience or experiment.
this worldly; temporal; of or pertaining to worldly values.
concerned with practical consideration or consequences; a practical point of view.
doctrine that pleasure of happiness is the highest good.
disillusion; to rid or free from enchantment, illusion, or credulity.
"study of our home"
remaining or operating within a domain of reality.
lying or extending beyond the limits of ordinary experience.