Definitions for "New Age"
Describes a broad movement in Western culture characterised by an individual eclectic approach to spiritual exploration. It has some attributes of a new, emerging religion but is currently a loose network of spiritual seekers, teachers, healers and other participants. The name "New Age" also refers to the market segment in which goods and services are sold to people in the movement.
Although it is often referred to as a religion, the New Age is in reality an almost completely decentralized and unorganized spiritual movement. It is composed of metaphysical bookstores, seminar leaders, authors, teachers and user/believers of a variety of techniques, such as channeling, past life regressions, pyramid science, crystal power, etc. It is a free-flowing spiritual movement -- a network of believers and practitioners -- where book publishers take the place of a central organization; seminars, conventions, books and informal groups replace of sermons and religious services. Conservative usage: closely coordinated groups including occultists, Wiccans, Satanists, astrologers, channelers, spiritists, etc.
A changed social situation, characterized by a declining concern with external conformity and an increased emphasis on individual spiritual development, generally beneficial to the individual on his/her journey to Transition.
contemporary type of meditative, mostly instrumental music
Music with no conflicts or sharp edges. Associated with the lifestyle of the same name, it often wears its political correctness on its sleeve. New old-fashioned beauty without arguments. Still, their is some suspicion that this is actually the music of killers.
Modern music characterized by quiet improvisation on the acoustic piano, guitar and synthesizer and a dreamy, relaxing sound.
Keywords:  klone, project, records
a project of Klone Records
Keywords:  spirit, mind, integration, body
the integration of mind, body, and spirit.
Keywords:  significant, event
a very significant event