Definitions for "Eclectic"
Mixture of beliefs borrowed from various Traditions and Theologies.
(1) [from Greek eklektikos selective, picking out] Applied to systems of philosophy or religion which cull the best from a variety of systems, with the view of thus arriving at essentials. (2) A person (or the practice of a person) who combines attributes from various traditions to create a unique spiritual blend of Wicca, paganism, or witchcraft that suits them best.
A path that takes it's "traditions" from many paths. One who is Eclectic may take rituals and philosophy from sources as widespread as traditional Witchcraft to Taoism to Christianity.
Selecting; choosing (what is true or excellent in doctrines, opinions, etc.) from various sources or systems; as, an eclectic philosopher.
Consisting, or made up, of what is chosen or selected; as, an eclectic method; an eclectic magazine.
a mixture of materials — brick, stone, shingles, clapboard— a mixture of colors — especially different colors in slate— a mixture of styles — taken from a wide variety of styles
System Of Herbal Medicine Developed In The United States In The 19th Century.
Well known system of Herbalism in 19th century and early 20th
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One who follows an eclectic method.
Describing a notation or method which borrows indiscriminately from many other approaches, apparently with the intention of satisfying all user preferences, but in fact providing a mixed-bag of elements that are used out of context and do not sit well together.
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Made up of things from different sources.
composed of elements drawn from various sources.