Fosforos wrote:2) Sameness of spirit and matter, leading towards universal pantheism.
From Greek Pan = All, and Theos = God. Interestingly enough, Pan was also the divinity later practically identified with the Devil. Panic as a form of "divine frenzy" (as those states were called by Giordano Bruno) I mentioned here some time ago, when we were discussing the sacred "trembling" in the Kashmir Shaivist world view.
The question is: Do you consider yourself as a pantheist, or having some pantheistic tendencies? And if so, how do those tendencies show themselves in your everyday life?
Personally, my own list would be a long one. As one of the most apparent presentations, I consider and treat also non-living items as semi-conscious beings and address them by personal pronoun. (Luckily this can be done on a pretense of humour at least in our Finnish culture, so no one barely notices.)
I consider such a world view as anti-mechanistical, extremely subject-oriented (seeing nothing as purely object-like or "objective"). It is also one of the biggest reasons why I have such extremely difficulties to live in our contemporary world, which stresses the diametrical opposite: objective, mechanistical, tool-like neutrality considering everything. That forms drastically different attitude towards otherness & empathy.