Inside The World Of The Shaman
Shamanism is an ancient spiritual belief of the Turkic and Mongolian peoples living in Siberia, Central Asia and in the far west part of the Easter Europe. In Mongolia and Siberia, this is also usually called “Tengerism” since it also means “honoring of spirits”.
The practice of shamanism is not a religion, it is actually a method. This practice coexists with a lot of established religions in various cultures. In Siberia, you will find shamanism that coexist with Lamaism and Buddhism, and in the country of Japan, it coexist with Buddhism.
It is true that many shamans are mostly in animistic cultures and animism means that individuals believe that spirits exist. It is also important to remember that Shamanism is neither an exclusionary nor a system of faith.
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33 pages, illustrated
An Intriguing Journey Into History
Human creativity has always created the works of wonder and awe since times immemorial. The history has witnessed the creation of many a structures that inspire the imagination of all. These historical marvels are a testimony to the fact that the creative power of Homo sapiens has always defied the notions of impossibility. The historical wonders are homage to our own excellence and achievement as a human race.
Often called the Seven Wonders of the World, these marvels area hailed as a collective heritage of all mankind in general. They are celebrated symbols of our past, standing as a reminder of the accomplishment of our labor and toil, and rising above the differences among the peoples which exist otherwise. They are also, still, reminders of the human capacity for disparity, damage and, maybe, adornment. As soon as ancient writers compiled a list of “seven wonders,” it became fodder for debate over which achievements deserved inclusion. Still, all seven continue to inspire and be celebrated as the remarkable products of the creativity and skill of earth’s early civilizations.
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Accessing And Using Miracles In Your Life
Different people in different cultures believe in different Gods or “supreme beings”. Sometimes certain cultures even have several of them. Christianity is the most widespread religion with 33.32% of the world’s population believing in Jesus. Next is Islam with 21.01% of the world’s population believing in Allah. Following Islam is Hinduism with 13.26% of the world’s population believing in several Gods and Goddesses.
Ganesha, Hanuman, Lakshmi, Shiva, and Durga are some of them. In the fourth spot, you have Buddhism at 5.84%. Unlike the first 3 religions, the Buddhists do not believe in any God but rather adhere to the concept that any man can be enlightened by having a certain code of conduct and undertaking a method of mental discipline.
They believe that “enlightened ones” will save all beings from sufferings. Buddha is an “enlightened one”. He is considered by Buddhists as the enlightened father of humanity but not a God because they do not believe in the concept of God. The last 27 or so percent of the world are divided into many smaller religions. In all these religions, there have been extraordinary events amongst its believers that cannot be explained and whether they attribute it to their Gods, supreme beings or even to nature, all these unexplained events are collectively considered as miracles.
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40 pages, illustated