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Studia Religiologica

2011 Następne

Data wydania: 31.12.2010

Licencja: Żadna

Redakcja

Redaktor naczelny Andrzej Szyjewski

Zastępca redaktora naczelnego Elżbieta Przybył-Sadowska

Redakcja numeru Elżbieta Przybył-Sadowska

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Słowa kluczowe: Altered states of consciousness, religious experience, numinotic experience, mystical experience, shamanic experience, trance – definition, typology, features, scale, theory, peak experience, plateau experience, M-scale, symbol, symbolization, Joachim Wach, William Stace, Rudolf Otto, Ninian Smart, sensus numinis, ultimate reality, Health, illness, disease, indigenous psychology, cultural psychology, cross-cultural psychology, Goddess worship, Hinduism, Tantra, Shaivism, Shaktism, ecstasy, Bengal, Vaishnavism, mysticism, Tantra, African traditional religion, Ashanti, Ghana, spirit possession, mediumship, indigenous clergy, sacred rites, supernatural beings, vocation, trance, mahabhuta, yoga, guna, prakriti, kundalini, chakra, laya-yoga, tanmatra, prana, Plotinus, Neoplatonism, mysticism, religious experience, ecstasy, rationalism, irrationalism, Ancient monasticism, ecstatic experience, visions, apophthegmata, Religious ecstasy, religious visions, psychosomatic technics, Orthodox Church, Orthodox tradition, Orthodoxy, Orthodox theology, hesychasm, palamism, Gregory Palamas, Evagrius of Pontus, theosis, contemplative prayer, Jesus prayer, prayer of the heart, Prayer, ecstatic experiences, African Traditional Religions, Christianity in Africa, African Neopentecostal Christianity, experiential religiosity, Andrzej Towiański, mesmerism, magnetism, ritual frames; performance studies; reflexivity of ritual; possessive trance; shamanism; ritual in primitive societies; evolutionary approach to religion, Anthropology of experience, ethnographic description, religious experience, mysticism