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Evolution of Creative Expression in the Migration Process

A wave of global migration is underway and migrants account for 3.5% of the world's population. It is, therefore, a priority to optimize the integration of immigrants within host countries to ensure their well-being. The objective of this study is to reconfirm that forced migration and multiculturalism can inhibit the migrants' creative expression and ensuing personal well-being, and to illustrate that a loss of creative potential can be prevented or restored through an action-research intervention focused on artistic expression under musical induction. The research in this study was focused upon refugees. The refugees were found to possess an uncommon creative profile, with high agreeableness, low openness, and low life satisfaction. By illustrating the benefits of regular creative expression for refugees' mental and physical well-being, this project supports the application of creative and arts-psychotherapeutic workshops during the integration of refugees within host countries.

Hybrid Approach to Creativity

Arts, Science, and Everyday Life

The investigation of domain specificity by means of structural models is undoubtedly one of the most cutting edge subjects in creativity research. Whereas the dominant approach conceives creativity as a general capacity, a more recent approach conceives creativity as domain specific. Three major domains of creative expression are often identified: art, science, and everyday life. The hybrid approach reconciles the domain-general and domain-specific paradigms by including domain-general, domain-specific, and even task specific features. 

The differential approach to creativity, integrating both domain-general and domain-specific features, was supported. This doctoral dissertation establishes different creative profiles with regard to specific domains of creative expression. It became clear that the profiles of architects and social scientists were reversed. The image of the psychologically conflicted architect, sometimes mentioned in the literature, was not supported. Psychological conflict was instead associated here with creative social scientists. Implications and limits of these results are discussed.

Closing the Spiritual Circle of Life

The Restoration of Divine Order

This treatise presents and combines theories and philosophies on the spiritual rebirthing and ascension process emanating from psychology, comparative mythology, and comparative religion. It addresses various states of the soul encountered on the mystical journey to Divine Union and the various ways God assists human beings in completing this process, both personally and collectively. The analysis of the soul regeneration process-the science of the saints-addresses human sanctification during earthly existence and eventually beyond if the worldly life does not suffice to complete this process. Furthermore, the role of the Divine Feminine in salvation history is highlighted as well as the importance of the alchemical communion between divine counterparts in the inauguration of the Millennium of Peace leading toward the New Jerusalem.

"There is no power that can stop me in my flight toward God" (St. Faustina, 2005, §761).

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