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    The Horizon Model Continued: Incorporating the Somatic Mysticism of Pre-History, and Some Further Theoretical Issues.Edward James Dale - 2010 - Sophia 49 (3):393-406.
    The paper continues the model I began in a previous issue of Sophia . It is argued that the predominance of purely ascending or ‘top down’ forms of spirituality which stemmed largely from the axial period and have been carried forward into modern, transpersonal theories of evolutionary spirituality is a mistake and that there exists a lost or largely ignored form of spirituality—which I name somatic—which was the predominant domain of early Neolithic and Palaeolithic experience. Aspects of what I call (...)
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    An Introduction to the Horizon Model: An Alternative to Universalist Frameworks of Mystical Development.Edward James Dale - 2009 - Sophia 48 (3):281-298.
    Critics have pointed out that the content and sequence of mystical development reported by different traditions do not seem very congruous with the contention that there is a universal path of mystical development. I propose a model of mystical development that is more subtle than traditional ‘invariant hierarchical’ models, and which explains how the apparently differing accounts of mystical development between traditions and thinkers can be reconciled with each other in a more convincing fashion, and brought together under one umbrella. (...)
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