Charism

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Religious meaning

A charism is a power, generally of a spiritual nature, believed to be a freely given gift by the grace of God.

From the greek, charis - grace.

Well known Charismatic powers in Christian traditions:

Social meaning

The word is also used in social psychology in secular circumstances, and takes the meaning of personal influence on other people individually or as a group.

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