20100203 fukar model. I had a picture of a kind of delimited spirituality. Representatives or variants of this are categorized slightly differently (private religion, new age, esoterism, newness, but also some religion). It is a spirituality in which thoughts of reincarnation and karma are central, and where the individual gradually evolves towards ever greater perfection. However, it has turned out that my respondents – all of whom basically include these three criteria – emphasise these parts a little differently. With this model, one can first of all show which parts constitute this type of esoteric-newage spirituality – and how such "fukaric" spirituality relates to other types of teachings and spiritualities. But the figure also makes it possible to visualize how the different parts are emphasized differently by, for example, my respondents…. Some lean more toward perfection ("Miracle," grace). Some people emphasize the karma aspect. Points out how, on a mental path and through actions, for example, one can create one's "abundance". (Magic and Deeds). Some emphasize the reincarnation aspect, the relentlessly lurking development onwards and upwards. (Determinism. Evolution. Automatic.) FUKAR= on the whole, equal attention is given to all three parts – Perfection (The individual's realization of the highest possible qualities. "Saintlikeness.") as an end goal which depends on karma (the individual's representation of his destiny through his actions and the legal consequences that result from them) and the reincarnation system (The survival of the individual through rebirth in new bodies). FU = See through the illusion. Perfecting is the opportunity "here and now". Awake! Possibly an argument that humanity at this time walked and suffered enough, and it is urgent. KA = Magic. "Create your abundance." Feng Shui. A lot of self-help literature. R = It's tough. Darwinism, a development without real purpose, no "perfection". Determinism, astrology in its strictest form. The caste thinking of (older) Hinduism, that one is born into a caste, has to walk through creation in countless incarnations. FU+KA = A clear ideal of perfection, and the importance of deeds is emphasized. It is possible to achieve nirvana, reach heaven, be solved from the cycle of rebirth relatively immediately. Some kind of monks, HareKrsna I think to a large extent. Therapeutic teachings. FU+R = Some esoteric spirituality, which has a clear ideal of perfection, which is reached through reincarnation ("in 3,000 years") and where the karma aspect is underemphasize. Automated view of development. One cannot fail to evolve, so referring to the karma aspect is in fact more or less superfluous, redundant information. The development works with the help of the Law of Karma, but when the goal is given, it is not something you really need to pay so much attention to. KA+R = A system of thought that embraces magic and eternal life through reincarnation, but has no individualistic, saintly, perfect ideal? A device that can be manipulated. Satanism? Spiritual Darwinism?