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Welsh Revivalists - Jumping

Identifier

002524

Type of Spiritual Experience

Background

In the following quote we have proof jumping worked.  I don't agree with Joscelyn on this.  There is understanding.

A description of the experience

Joscelyn Godwin

The music of Protestant sects has always been more conscious and specifically emotional. And has given a home to the more Dionysian impulses.

Examples include the Methodist sect called the ‘Jumpers’ or the present day Pentecostal and Revivalist sects which combine repetitive music with rhythmical music to induce a sort of ecstatic trance in which visions, glossalia and healing may occur.  However, the ecstatic states are not accompanied by any metaphysical understanding.  It is intoxication without knowledge

The source of the experience

Welsh revivalists

Concepts, symbols and science items

Concepts

Symbols

Science Items

Activities and commonsteps

Activities

Overloads

Frenetic exercise

Suppressions

Suppression of learning

Commonsteps

References