Daimonic meaning

(mythology, literature) The place where light and dark meet.
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Motivated by a spiritual force or genius; inspired.
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(psychology) The unrest that exists in us all which forces us into the unknown, leading to self-destruction and/or self-discovery.
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(psychology, spirituality, mythology, literature) The journey and transition from innocence to experience; part of the process of individuation.
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In the way of a daimon; befitting a demon; fiendish.
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Origin of daimonic

From daimon + -ic; from Latin dæmon ("spirit"), originally from Ancient Greek δαίμων (daimon, “a god, goddess, divine power, genius, guardian spirit”)