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Metanoia may refer to:
- Metanoia (theology), repentance
- Metanoia (rhetoric), correction, a rhetorical device
- Metanoia (psychology), the process of experiencing a psychotic "break down" and subsequent, positive psychological re-building or "healing"
- Metanoia (philosophy), the changed mindset of those who reject consumerism and materialism as the basis of progress
- Metanoia Films, a film production company co-founded by Eduardo Verástegui, Alejandro Gomez Monteverde and Leo Severino
- Metanoia, a production house for documentary films
- Metanoia (Porcupine Tree album), released in 1998
- Metanoia (Yōsei Teikoku album), released in 2007
- "Metanoia" (song), a 2008 song by MGMT
- "Metanoia", a song by Gerry Rafferty on his 2000 album Another World
- "Metanoia", a song by The Human Abstract on their 2008 album Midheaven
- "Metanoia", a song by King Missile on their 1992 album Happy Hour
- "Metanoia", a track by Omnia & The Blizzard released in 2010 on Soundpiercing
Metanoia describes the philosophy of an emerging social movement which rejects materialism and the driving force of greed. The term refers to the changed mindset of people who escape from addiction to consumerism. Live more with Less is their motto. Metanoians claim that the quality of life on Earth can be enhanced if, and ONLY if, humans leap laughing from the life threatening wheel of industrial growth and discover the true sources of happiness in comradeship and enjoyment of the simple things in life. Metanoia is the opposite of Affluenza.
The philosophy of Metanoia was developed during the 1990s in the writing and work of John Seymour and Will Sutherland (joint authors of the New Complete Book of Self Sufficiency). Its origins go back much further to the radical ideas of William Blake and William Cobbett who questioned the nature and direction of progress in industrial society.
- Metania, a form of bowing practiced in Eastern Orthodoxy
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