Translation of spiritualism in Spanish:


espiritismo, n.


Pronunciation /ˈspɪrɪtjʊəlɪz(ə)m//ˈspɪrɪtʃ(u)əˌlɪzəm//ˈspɪrɪtʃʊəlɪz(ə)m/


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    (contact with spirits)
    espiritismo masculine
    • Hasn't magick and spiritualism always been around, under the guises of many religions and beliefs?
    • Some questions are about his views on various issues relating to spiritualism and religion, while others are about contemporary happenings.
    • Religious alternatives such as spiritualism and Theosophy have had a small but steady presence since the 1850s.
    • Thus spiritualism, near-death experiences, and communication with dead people interest both paranormal and religious investigators.
    • In 1913 its adherents founded the Progressive Spiritual Church to establish spiritualism on a more religious basis.
    • News of this incident quickly spread through the nation, and soon spiritualism, an informal religion centered on the seance, vied with the more established denominations for followers.
    • In a later address on the subject Pink spoke of spiritualism (belief in communication with the spirit of the dead) as the ‘pioneer’ to theosophy.
    • We lived with my grandparents and, as grandmother was a medium, spiritualism was part of everyday life.
    • We have bowled them clean in the field of religion and spiritualism.
    • Spiritism or spiritualism is the belief that the human personality survives death and can communicate with the living through a sensitive medium.
    • Readers don't need to come to the book with a prior interest in spiritualism - the religious movement that holds communication with the spirit world as a central tenet - to be captivated by the story.
    • Jung believed in astrology, spiritualism, telepathy, telekinesis, clairvoyance and ESP.
    • Darwin, however, was also a late arrival but disliked religiosity and spiritualism.
    • In order to reach their goals for conversion, they actively coerced the children into condemning their traditional religiosity and spiritualism as ungodly rites, rituals, and idolatry.
    • Some religions today still see spiritualism in the same way; there will always be those things that are unexplainable.
    • It had come home in the form of drugs and broken vets, a generation turning to spiritualism and mystic cults.
    • The resurgence in religion and spiritualism in China follows the country's ongoing moves toward liberalization during the past decade.
    • He was also deeply influenced by spiritualism and the occult and often organised seances at his home.
    • In spiritualism, a medium is one with whom spirits communicate directly.
    • If the context is tragic, however, the daily practice of spiritualism was a theatrical spectacle that, as Gaskill says, drew on ‘farce, burlesque and vaudeville’.
    • Quackery usually involves integrating metaphysics and such things as sympathetic magic or spiritualism with healing.
  • 2

    espiritualismo masculine
    • Here one can simply cite the evocation of Eastern philosophy and spiritualism in the performance work of Yoko Ono and the installations of Judy Chicago.
    • An acute interest in psychology segued into medieval mysticism and from there he stumbled into Eastern philosophy and spiritualism.
    • He has always insisted that the roots of classical music in India are to be found in Indian religion and spiritualism.
    • Would Hindu spiritualism be able to exist with Western materialism?
    • It's interesting to see that Geller drags out Home as evidence for spiritualism, when that matter has long ago ceased to serve the cause.