Definitions for liminalˈlɪm ə nl, ˈlaɪ mə-
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of or pertaining to a limen, especially a sensory threshhold. See liminality.
Pertaining to a threshold or entrance.
Relating to a beginning or first stage of a process; inceptive; inchoative; marginal; insignificant.
Origin: From Latin liminalis, from limen, "threshold", + -alis, adjective ending
The numerical value of liminal in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of liminal in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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A doorway is an ambiguous phenomenon, a liminal spot in a person’s life. A door can be a choice, a possibility, a protection or an aperture to new-fangled values. It can mean a barrier, a prison or a gate to freedom. It can, however, vanish in the mist of unawareness by lack of social concern. At that moment, our freedom has become our jail and we feel locked up in our own liberty. Any exit has waned: the doorway has been absorbed in the stupor of our infatuation. ( “In the doorway” )
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