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Figure 2.1 S-adenosylmethionine SAMe metabolic pathways build essential molecules. Methionine + ATP SAMe. Methionine adenosyltransferase MAT enzyme converts methionine and adenosine triphosphate ATP into S-adenosylmethionine SAMe.
Similar ideas have been expressed by the American feminist sociologist N. Chodorow The Reproduction of Mothering (1978). She argues that women in their role as mothers become primarily occupied with emotional and relational issues. The emotional core of female identity hence become relational – i.e. is occupied by nurturance, empathy, relatedness and care. This female identity building is then theoretically easy to connect with spirituality as an inner process of relatedness.
See for instance Heelas (2008) for a overview of the ideological war between romanticism and modernity.
A classic work on esotericism, New Age and spirituality is Hanegraaff (1998).
This is confirmed by the research of Hanegraaff (2008) who sees Western esotericism including New Age and occultism – as a hybrid mixture of secular scientist worldviews and enchanted holistic Christian worldviews.
Heelas (2008) gives an overview of the vast amount of critical literature on the role of spirituality in contemporary society.
Heelas (2008) discusses the relationship between spirituality and consumption. He argues that there is much truth in the criticism, however as he points out the word consume' is vague and pejorative so he is trying to find a middle ground. See also the criticism of consumer culture in Possamai (2005) and Aldrige (2003).