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Fowler's Theory

Fowler's Spiritual Theory

Ages 0 to 3 years are in which stage? 0. Undifferentiated
Ages 4 to 6 years are in which stage? 1. Intuitive-projective
Ages 7 to 12 years are in which stage? 2. Mythic-literal
Adolescents to adults are in which stage? 3. Synthetic-conventional
After 30 years of age, adults are in which stage? 5. Paradoxical-consolidative
After 18 years of age, adults are in which stage? 4. Individuating-reflexive
People may never reach what stage? 6. Unviersalizing
Describe the undifferentiated stage of 0 to 3 years? Infants are unable to formulate concepts about self or the environment.
Describe the intuitive projective stage of 4 to 6 years. A combination of images and beliefs given by trusted others, mixed with the child's own experience and imagination.
Describe the mythic-literal stage of 7 to 12 years. Private world of fantasy and wonder; symbols refer to something specific; dramatic storesi and myths used to communicate spiritual meaning.
Describe the synthetic conventional stage of an adolescent or adult. World and ultimate environment structured by the expectations and judgements of others; interpersonal focus
Describe the individuating-reflexive stage after 18 years of age. Constructing one's own explicit system; high degree of self-consciousness.
Describe the paradoxical-consolidative phase after 30 years. Awareness of truth from a variety of viewpoints.
Describe the universalizing stage that most people never reach Becoming an incamation of the principle of love and justice.
Created by: liviarose22
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