FF_namn_på_typer (Jan 19, 2010)
"The doctrine has a … effect on how the individual (these tendencies are supported and reinforced) experiences or is able to 'take on' himself and his life, his fellow human beings, his history, the world and the future."
Transubstantial Revitalizing Simplified
Transposing (also to neg) Accentuating
Oscillating Reg(u)lande (el all that?)
Regulatory Primitivizing (ngt done m)
Administering Declining (what's happening)
Consolidating Iterative (Iterative)
Not what the individual does, but what is DONE with the individual by the doctrine/individual, what is reinforced or accentuated. The nature of spiritual practice, which the individual/doctrine has both contributed to.
To have an equally similar, English equivalent (preferably with the same initial), which can be descriptive, adjective, and serve as a designation of "type of spirituality".
Something about what spirituality DOES to the individual, not just a description of spirituality itself — or what the individual feels about spirituality itself (e.g., "Fascinating").
The name should describe the IMPACT the doctrine/individual himself has on the individual regarding how he (views himself and her history (the doctrine allies itself with the psychic defense, for better or worse), the outside world and the fellow human beings. I.e. what spirituality helps/fuels/nourishes further. (or has this already been done in the "level" determination?
Alternatively, a description of the state the individual is then in ("iterating"=repeating old patterns and experiences)
I like descriptive words from branches of activity/science other than psychology! For example, "iterating", "levelling"
It is not enough for the name to express that doctrine/spirituality "supports" (e.g. Disorienting?), because so does everyone…
Should not be a general word for transformation/reinforcement, which can also apply to negative: "transpose".
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End of words for "-iv"? Iterative-iterative, illusion-illusive?
Or "-istic"? Simplistic?