[ njˈuː wˈe͡ɪvə], [ njˈuː wˈeɪvə], [ n_j_ˈuː w_ˈeɪ_v_ə]
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The term "new waver" has been used to describe young adults who grow interested in spiritual and religious experiences, often called "transpersonal experiences." Often, these experiences are a result of the personal growth and development that comes with entering adulthood.
The term "new waver" was coined by Dr. Richard McNally in his book A New Way of Look at Life: Spiritual Adventures of a Transpersonal Psychologist. McNally used the term to describe the growing number of adults who are breaking away from traditional religious and spiritual experiences and looking for new ways to connect with themselves and the universe.
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