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[often as modifier] A broad movement characterized by alternative approaches to traditional Western culture, with an interest in spirituality, mysticism, holism, and environmentalism:‘the New Age movement’
- ‘If I were into meditation or some other New Age sort of thing I could see myself meditating to it.’
- ‘Not for me the New Age rock bands with names I cannot pronounce and lyrics I can neither hear nor understand - or so I thought.’
- ‘These New Age messages differed little from what some mainstream churches had to offer.’
- ‘Today, the island is a haven for artists and New Age types.’
- ‘Historically, there were several 19th Century antecedents of the New Age movement.’
- ‘Angel therapy is a type of New Age therapy based on the notion that communicating with angels is the key to healing.’
- ‘Alas, I turned to New Age beliefs and practices including horoscopes and crystals.’
- ‘Also featured will be children's activities from bread-making to karaoke, an outdoor pizza oven, and a New Age fair.’
- ‘The chief purpose of the text seems to be to caution Catholics on the distinction between New Age beliefs and Roman Catholic doctrine.’
- ‘These are just some things to watch out for when evaluating New Age services.’
- ‘Fortunately, the touchy-feely New Age pretensions don't spoil the fun.’
- ‘Much of this sounds as if it belonged on an alchemist's parchment or perhaps in some New Age yoga manual.’
- ‘His works have gained a following among those following a New Age spirituality.’
- ‘They don't romanticize the instrument's folk origins or go in for New Age contrivances.’
- ‘In many ways the New Age movement is the first successful manifestation of a holistic and multi-faceted approach to life.’
- ‘In today's New Age mass market, where a guru is born every minute, the Dalai Lama has remained contemporary.’
- ‘Some people equate the concept of holistic health with the New Age movement.’
- ‘Since, most of the wisdom that New Age draws upon, is based upon Ancient Wisdom.’
- ‘Every bookstore worth its name carries at least a decently-sized New Age section.’
- ‘There is no need to buy expensive tools from some overpriced New Age shop.’
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