Animism is treating everything as if it were alive (its also described as the belief that each thing has a living spirit, but that is misleading in the anthropological sense).
Children do that all the time. Talking to their toys etc etc Or in my case having indepth conversations in a made up language with all the toiletry bottles in the bathroom That was in addition to my cuddly toys being alive, and all the rocks and flowers and everything else. Actually, having that belief (not the toiletry bottles!) would lead to a lot more respect I imagine. Every living and non-living thing having it's own life essence....
Archetypal Polytheism is Jungian "religion" - where deities are considered to be aspects of the personality rather than "beings" in any sense.
So a religious psychology?
Pantheism is the belief that the universe itself is, literally, God.
Pantheism, from the Greek for All is God, or something like that. I did know that one
Polytheism is the belief that parrots are gods.
:lol: What if it's an ex-parrot?