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  • adj. being concerned with the social and physical environment

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  • Sometimes, I sing at the top of my lungs to get my mood more extrovertive.

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  • When any experience includes sense-perceptual, somatosensory, or introspective content, we may say it is an extrovertive experience.

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  • Stace considers the universal introvertive experience to be a ripening of mystical awareness beyond the halfway house of the universal extrovertive consciousness.

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  • He identifies a universal extrovertive experience that “looks outward through the senses” to apprehend the One or the Oneness of all in or through the multiplicity of the world, apprehending the “One” as an inner life or consciousness of the world.

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  • Like his extrovertive experience, Stace's universal introvertive experience involves a blissful sense of sacred objectivity, and is paradoxical and possibly ineffable.

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  • There are, then, mystical extrovertive experiences, as in one's mystical consciousness of the unity of nature overlaid onto one's sense perception of the world, as well as non-unitive numinous extrovertive experiences, as when experiencing God's presence when gazing at a snowflake.

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  • A super sense-perceptual mode of experience may accompany sense perception (see on “extrovertive” experience, Section 2.1).

    Mysticism

  • Thus the extrovertive mystical experience of ˜pervading and unifying™ depends on the introvertive mystical experience of union referred to elsewhere in chapter six as ˜merging with the Great Pervader™ (tong yu datong).

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  • They also introduced - purely as a mnemonic system - a simple colour-coding system, with warm colours representing the extrovertive tendency of development in the world, and cool coulurs introvertive self-transformation.

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  • ˜bimodal™ mystical experience in Zhuangzi that shows evidence for Stace's categories of introvertive and extrovertive mysticm (Roth 2000).

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