What does daimon mean? Noun. daimon (plural daimons) Synonym of demon, particularly as. (Greek mythology) A tutelary deity or spirit that watches over a person or place.
Is daemon a real word? Noun. An idea depicted as an entity. (uncommon) Alternative form of demon.
What is Daimonic in psychology? daimonic (uncountable) (psychology) The unrest that exists in us all which forces us into the unknown, leading to self-destruction and/or self-discovery. (psychology, spirituality, mythology, literature) The journey and transition from innocence to experience; part of the process of individuation.
What is the root word of demon? The term demon is derived from the Greek word daimōn, which means a “supernatural being” or “spirit.” Though it has commonly been associated with an evil or malevolent spirit, the term originally meant a spiritual being that influenced a person’s character.