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New-Age refers to a contemporary spiritual or philosophical movement that emerged in the late 20th century. It encompasses a diverse range of beliefs and practices that often blend elements of Eastern spirituality, alternative medicine, and environmentalism.

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  • She practices numerous new-age techniques like meditation and crystal healing.
  • The new-age movement places a strong emphasis on personal growth and self-discovery.
  • Many new-age followers believe in the power of energy healing.
  • He attended a new-age retreat to explore different paths towards spiritual enlightenment.

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