4 edition of Santería healing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -198) and index
|LC Classifications||BL2532.S3 W43 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 209 p. :|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||2003061690|
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Santería has its roots in the slave trade when a large number of slaves were taken from Africa to Cuba. Many were from the Yoruba people, who now live in southwestern Nigeria. The Yoruba, well known for their artistic traditions, urban lifestyle, and a well‐developed division of labor, brought with them a belief in their divinities, :// Google Books Result --Barbara Christian, University of California, Berkeley Sacred Possessions is an. Sacred Possessions: Vodou, Santería, Obeah, and the ://
This book by Miguel De La Torre offers a fascinating guide to the history, beliefs, rituals, and culture of Santería — a religious tradition that, despite persecution, suppression, and its own secretive nature, has close to a million adherents in the United States :// Get this from a library! Santería healing: a journey into the Afro-Cuban world of divinities, spirits, and sorcery. [Johan Wedel]
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A professional academic and himself a participant in the Santería community of the Bronx for several years, Joseph Murphy offers a powerful description and insightful analysis of this African/Cuban religion.
He traces the survival of an ancient spiritual path ?id=oLYZETMjFigC. Practitioners of the Afro-Cuban religion Santería believe that powerful spirit forces--orishas--provide guidance and inspiration in the form of song.
Listening intently creates a bridge between God and humankind that releases the orisha's healing power. Sacred Sounds of Santería includes rare field recordings made in Cuba in the 's during actual Santería rituals, and studio recordings Santería (săn´tərē´ə, sän´–), religion originating in W Africa, developed by Yoruba slaves in Cuba, and practiced by an estimated Santería healing book million people in the United States.
Blending African beliefs with those of Roman Catholicism, it fuses Christian saints with African deities (orishas). Rites are led by a priest or priestess, and reincarnation is a main :// Iniciado en la santería a los siete años, Canizares nos desvela el mundo secreto y seductor de esta religión afro-cubana.
Canizares explica la práctica de la santería con los conocimientos de un miembro de la misma y la perspicacia de un erudito, revelando sus dimensiones ocultas, y proporcionando a la vez un análisis fascinante sobre la mezcla de las tradiciones católicas, cubanas y Buy SANTERIA HEALING: A JOURNEY INTO THE AFRO-CUBAN WORLD OF DIVINITIES, SPIRITS SORCER (Contemporary Cuba (Paperback)) 1st by Wedel, Johan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible › History › Americas › Caribbean & West Indies. Inthe first hardcover edition of Santeria: African Magic in Latin America by cultural anthropologist Migene Gonzalez-Wippler was first published by Julian Press.
It became an immediate best seller and is still considered by many experts one of the most popular books on Santeria, having gone through four editions and several › Books › Religion & Spirituality › Occult & Paranormal.
The first book to explore these ancient African stories in English, Teachings of the Santería Gods recounts more than of these sacred parables, including many stories reassembled from the oral tradition of the African diaspora. Ranging from creation myths to what happens when a love potion works far too well, these stories share the wisdom As a final note of introduction to this discussion of Santería prayers to the orishas, I offer the fol-lowing quote, which beautifully encompasses much of what I hope to make clear: Ashe, or aché, divination, deities, sacrifice, ceremony, chants, possession, and Santería has a holistic approach, acknowledging the connection with heart, mind, and body.
In Santería, the world flows with the primal life energy called Aché or growth, the force toward completeness and divinity. Aché is the current that Santería initiates channel so that it empowers them to fulfill their path in life, because Aché is connected to all that has life or exhibits power I hear Inner Traditions is planning a greatly expanded 10th anniversary special edition, as well as a Spanish Language edition--I can't wait to get both.
CUBAN SANTERIA: WALKING WITH THE NIGHT is a little masterpiece, and the best book from Canizares's pen so :// Santería and the Healing Process in Cuba and the United States By BRIAN W. MCNEILL, EILEEN ESQUIVEL, ARLENE CARRASCO, ROSALILIA MENDOZA The purpose of this chapter is to examine the religious system known as Santería and the implications for the psychological healing process upon the worldviews of its :// Between andJohan Wedel performed fifteen months of fieldwork, largely in Matanzas and Havana, Cuba.
This research led to a dissertation in social anthropology at Göteborg University in Sweden and formed the basis of his book Santería Healing. "My aim," Wedel writes, "is to develop an understanding of how Santería healing works, how it is carried out, and how it is experienced The Santeria faith teaches that every individual has a destiny from God, a destiny fulfilled with the aid and energy of the basis of the Santeria religion is the nurture of a personal Teachings of the Santería Gods: The Spirit of the Odu - Ebook written by Ócha'ni Lele.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Teachings of the Santería Gods: The Spirit of the :// BOOK REVIEWS Santería Healing: A Journey into the AfroCuban World of Divinities, Spirits, and Sorcery.
By Johan Wedel. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, Pp. xiv +foreword, introduction, three appendices, notes, glossary, bibliography, index.) Albert Howard Carter III University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Between andJohan Wedel performed fifteen months of Johan.
Wedel, Santería Healing: A Journey into the Afro‐Cuban World of Divinities, Spirits, and porary Cuba Series. Gainsville: University Press of. Ócha’ni Lele explains the practice and importance of animal sacrifice in Santería. He describes the ceremonies in step-by-step detail and reveals the deep connections to the odu of the diloggún.
The book also chronicles the struggle for legal recognition of Santería, shedding light on the extraordinary growth of the faith over the past 50 ://Santería has its roots in the slave trade when a large number of slaves were taken from Africa to Cuba. Many were from the Yoruba people, who now live in southwestern Nigeria.
The Yoruba, well known for their artistic traditions, urban lifestyle, and a well-developed division of labor, brought with them a belief in their divinities, ://Aproximadamente cinco millones de Hispano Americanos practican la Santería en la actualidad.
En esta obra Migene González-Wippler nos presenta los resultados de profundas investigaciones y sus experiencias personales sobre esta mágica › Books › History › World.