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Indigenous chapter 2

vocabulary

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The timeless time of Creation, according to Australian Aboriginal belief dreaming
In indigenous traditions, a solitary ordeal undertaken to seek spiritual guidance about one's mission in life vision quest
this is what a Shaman in Nepali is called dhami
a particular approach to all of life lifeway
the shamans of mexico use this word to describe the doorway of the heart, the channel for divine power or the point where human and spirit worlds meet. narieka
this is the symbol of unity among the parts of a sacred reality but is not used by all indigenous people circle
a medicine person, a man or woman who has undergone spiritual ordeals and can communicate with the spirit world shaman
a model of the evolution of the universe cosmogony
an invisible serpentine spirit nagas
the people of the pacific Islands use this word to describe the power of spirit rana
a sacred fool heyoka
the combination of african and christian practices which developed in cuba santeria
in most native cultures, spiritual lifeways are shared in this manner orally
latin America and Caribbean ways of working with the spirit world, a blend of west africa and catholic chistian teachings vision
spiritual power, in some indigenous traditions medicine
indigenous people comprise at least this percentage of the world population. five percent
Native to an area indigenous
this mountain in western tibet is seen by indigenous people as the center of the earth kailas
a contemporary celebration based on indigenous agrican "First fruits" harvest festivals and observed from december 26 through january 1 kwanzaa
the youruba term for a deity, often used in speaking of west african religions in general onisa
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