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The New Age is such a big field, with so many links to other
discourses - esoterics, mysticism, psychology, personal growth,
However, there is still a distinct New Age discourse, perhaps
typified by the Findhorn quotes that I chose (here).
There was a new set of principles and techniques at the heart
of this - the holistic idea, attunement, co-creation, and
lots of others.
As time went on, this became entangled with the other discourses,
as above - esoterics, mysticism, psychology, personal growth.
These had valuable contributions, perspectives and techniques
to offer the New Age, and the fields themselves have been
changed by their contact with the New Age - they are unrecognisable
now from how they were in the 80's after they have responded
to the New Age discourse.
However, other new discourses have developed too in the last
played a very subsidiary role originally)
Course in Miracles,
Sai Baba, and many other 'schools'
All of these were there in the original New Age in very peripheral
forms, but have now developed into full-blown (or do I mean
fly-blown) discourses. My opinion is that these are all distractions
from the areas where it is really useful to put attention,
and most of the people involved in these areas are misled
or deluded (or over-specialised). Each of these areas has
one or two pieces of the (100 piece) jigsaw, but little more
than that. The people caught up in these peripheral discourses
often have a very distorted view.
The periphery seems to have taken over from the centre !