Psychiana

noun Psy·chi·ana \ˌsīkēˈanə, -ˈänə also -ˈānə\

Definition of Psychiana

plural

-s

  1. :  a religion disseminated principally through lessons and publications sent out on a mail-order basis from its headquarters in Moscow, Idaho and based on a central message that each individual is capable of discovering and utilizing the spiritual power within him to achieve his own requisites (as health, happiness, and financial success)

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Origin and Etymology of psychiana

New Latin, from psych- + -ana


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