INTUITIVE ARTS VOCABULARY

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A Vocabulary of the Intuitive

 

WE have listed here as many of the interrelated words in the dictionary to identify qualities of a HIghly Aware persons life that we could think of.  We use ‘psychic’ only because it is so well known, but there are many other terms to acknowledge humanities supsensory abilities.  You might like to become familiar with these  terms and decide how they do or do not apply to your own reality.
Source has been Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, plus others.
PSYCHIC =
1. of or relating to the psyche 2. not physical or organic, lying outside the sphere of physical science or knowledge, 3. sensitive to nonphysical forces
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PSYCHE = life, spirit, soul, self
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SPIRIT = breath
1. breath of life:  the animating or vital principal giving life to physical organisms  2. a supernatural being (apparition, specter, sprite, elf)  2b. a supernatural, incorporeal, rational being or personality usually invisible to human beings but having to power to become visible at will.       3a. usu. caps. the active essence of Deity serving as an invisible & live giving or inspiring power in motion 3b. one manifestation of the divine nature. 4a.  soul                      4b. disembodied soul existing as an independent entity: the soul departed from the body of a deceased person   6. the immaterial intelligent or sentient part of a person: the vital principal in man coming as a gift from God & providing ones personality w/ its inward structure, dynamic drive & creative response to the demands it encounters in the process of becoming.
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SPIRITUAL =
1. of, relating to, or consisting of spirit: of the nature of spirit rather than material: incorporeal  2a. of or relating to sacred matters  3. of  or relating to the moral feelings or states of the soul as distinguished from the external actions: reaching & affecting the Spirit  5. related or joined in Spirit: spiritually akin; having a relationship  to one another based on matters of the spirit.  7. of relating to, or coming from the intellectual & higher endowments of the mind: intellectual, mental  contrasted w/ animal 8. highly refined in thought or feeling  9. spirited, clever, witty 10. having to do with spirits, ghosts or similar supernatural beings or with the world which they are held to people.
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PHYSICAL = study of nature (more at physics)
2a. of or belonging to all created existences in nature: relating to or in accordance w/ the laws of nature 2b.  of or relating to natural or material things as opposed to things mental, moral, spiritual or imaginary.
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PHYSICS =  Greek: natural    Latin: natural science
3a: a science that deals w/ matter & energy and their interactions in the field of mechanics, acoustics, optics, heat, electricity, magnetism, radiation,  atomic structures & nuclear phenomena  5a: physical processes and phenomena
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META = Greek: between, with, after
1a: occurring later, in succession to, after 1b:  situated behind  1c: later or more highly organized or specialized form of  2a: change in, transformation of  3a: beyond, transcending
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METAPHYSICS =  [works] after the physics
the thing after those relating to external nature 1a: ad of philosophy that includes ontology & cosmology 1b:  something that deals w/ what is beyond the physical or the experiential.
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ONTOLOGY =
1a:  a science or study of being, specifically a branch of metaphysics relating to the nature & relation of being  1a(2) a particular system according to which problems of the nature of being are investigated.
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COSMOLOGY =
 1.  a branch of systematic philosophy that deals with the character of the universe as a cosmos by combining speculative metaphysics & scientific knowledge 2. a particular theory or body of doctrine relating to the natural order 3. astronomy dealing w/ the origin, structure, and space-time relationship of the universe.
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COSMOS = Greek,
1a:  the universe conceived as an orderly & harmonious system  contrasted with chaos  1b: order, harmony  2:  a self inclusive  system characterized by order and harmony amid complexity of detail.
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GNOSIS =  Greek:  to know
1.  immediate knowledge of spiritual truth esp.: such knowledge as professed by the ancient Gnostics and held to be attainable through faith alone. 2. the act or process of cognition or knowing.
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 NOETIC = Greek: to perceive, mind
1. of, relating to, or characterized by noesis a. apprehended only by the intellect  b. given to finely intellectual or abstract reasoning.
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NOESIS = Greek: to perceive, think
1. purely intellectual apprehension  a. platonism: the highest kind of knowledge or knowledge of the eternal forms or ideas  contrasted w/ diansia  2. cognition esp. when occurring through direct knowledge
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COGNITION = 1. the act or process of knowing in the broadest sense; specifically: an intellectual process by which knowledge is gained about perception or ideas (as distinguished from affection)
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CLAIRVOYANCE = 
1. the act or power professed by certain persons of discerning objects hidden from sight or at a great distance  2. the ability to perceive matters beyond the range of ordinary perception: penetration, discernment, clear-sightedness.
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CLAIRAUDIENCE =
1. the act or power or hearing something not present to the ear but regarded as having objective reality.
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 CLAIRSENTIENCE =
 perception of what is not normally perceptible.
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 SUPERNATURAL adj. 1. of, belonging to, or having  reference to or proceeding from an order of  existence beyond the physical universe that is  observable and capable of being experienced by  ordinary means;transcending nature.
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UNIVERSE 1. of
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