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  • Kawase Hasui: Sanno Shrine After Rain (woodblock print), 1938
  • 3,823 13 15 October, 2019
  • Hola sahabat!

For you who are the Japanese's culture lovers must know about the original origin religion of the Sakura Land. Let me tell you a brief overview of the Shintoism. Shintoism or also popular as kami no michi, is one of the biggest religion in Japan. Besides being the biggest religion in Japan, Shintoism becomes the original origin religion like what I said before. Shintoism here has a meaning as “the way of the gods”. Shintoism is an unique religion since this religion entrenched from the traditions of Japanese people itself. Therefore, Shintoism does not have any founder and any holy scriptures like other religion does. Although in Shintoism they do not have a founder and a holy book, they believe in their god. In Shintoism, they called their gods as kami. In Shintoism, the kami refers to holy spirits that hold the form of things and thought crucial to life such as rivers, sun, wind, trees, and fertility. Due to they are believed to the kami, Shintoism often considered as pantheistic and animistic. The worship of Shintoism itself called shrines. Shrines commonly illustrate as the home of kami. Shintoism's adherents also believe that in afterlife humans will become kami and praise by their families as ancestral kami. In conclusion, Shintoism is a truly peaceful religion. Since they lived in harmony with nature and respect nature. The fun fact is Shintoism can only be embraced by Japanese people. If you are not Japanese people or does not has a descent of Japanese people it is mean you cannot embrace this religion.

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  • Hola sahabat!

    For you who are the Japanese's culture lovers must know about the original origin religion of the Sakura Land. Let me tell you a brief overview of the Shintoism. Shintoism or also popular as kami no michi, is one of the biggest religion in Japan. Besides being the biggest religion in Japan, Shintoism becomes the original origin religion like what I said before. Shintoism here has a meaning as “the way of the gods”. Shintoism is an unique religion since this religion entrenched from the traditions of Japanese people itself. Therefore, Shintoism does not have any founder and any holy scriptures like other religion does. Although in Shintoism they do not have a founder and a holy book, they believe in their god. In Shintoism, they called their gods as kami. In Shintoism, the kami refers to holy spirits that hold the form of things and thought crucial to life such as rivers, sun, wind, trees, and fertility. Due to they are believed to the kami, Shintoism often considered as pantheistic and animistic. The worship of Shintoism itself called shrines. Shrines commonly illustrate as the home of kami. Shintoism's adherents also believe that in afterlife humans will become kami and praise by their families as ancestral kami. In conclusion, Shintoism is a truly peaceful religion. Since they lived in harmony with nature and respect nature. The fun fact is Shintoism can only be embraced by Japanese people. If you are not Japanese people or does not has a descent of Japanese people it is mean you cannot embrace this religion.

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    #WorldReligions
    #SampoernaUniversity
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  • Hola sahabat!

For you who are the Japanese's culture lovers must know about the original origin religion of the Sakura Land. Let me tell you a brief overview of the Shintoism. Shintoism or also popular as kami no michi, is one of the biggest religion in Japan. Besides being the biggest religion in Japan, Shintoism becomes the original origin religion like what I said before. Shintoism here has a meaning as “the way of the gods”. Shintoism is an unique religion since this religion entrenched from the traditions of Japanese people itself. Therefore, Shintoism does not have any founder and any holy scriptures like other religion does. Although in Shintoism they do not have a founder and a holy book, they believe in their god. In Shintoism, they called their gods as kami. In Shintoism, the kami refers to holy spirits that hold the form of things and thought crucial to life such as rivers, sun, wind, trees, and fertility. Due to they are believed to the kami, Shintoism often considered as pantheistic and animistic. The worship of Shintoism itself called shrines. Shrines commonly illustrate as the home of kami. Shintoism's adherents also believe that in afterlife humans will become kami and praise by their families as ancestral kami. In conclusion, Shintoism is a truly peaceful religion. Since they lived in harmony with nature and respect nature. The fun fact is Shintoism can only be embraced by Japanese people. If you are not Japanese people or does not has a descent of Japanese people it is mean you cannot embrace this religion.

#Shintoism
#WorldReligions
#SampoernaUniversity
#SupportJav.hd
  • Hola sahabat!

    For you who are the Japanese's culture lovers must know about the original origin religion of the Sakura Land. Let me tell you a brief overview of the Shintoism. Shintoism or also popular as kami no michi, is one of the biggest religion in Japan. Besides being the biggest religion in Japan, Shintoism becomes the original origin religion like what I said before. Shintoism here has a meaning as “the way of the gods”. Shintoism is an unique religion since this religion entrenched from the traditions of Japanese people itself. Therefore, Shintoism does not have any founder and any holy scriptures like other religion does. Although in Shintoism they do not have a founder and a holy book, they believe in their god. In Shintoism, they called their gods as kami. In Shintoism, the kami refers to holy spirits that hold the form of things and thought crucial to life such as rivers, sun, wind, trees, and fertility. Due to they are believed to the kami, Shintoism often considered as pantheistic and animistic. The worship of Shintoism itself called shrines. Shrines commonly illustrate as the home of kami. Shintoism's adherents also believe that in afterlife humans will become kami and praise by their families as ancestral kami. In conclusion, Shintoism is a truly peaceful religion. Since they lived in harmony with nature and respect nature. The fun fact is Shintoism can only be embraced by Japanese people. If you are not Japanese people or does not has a descent of Japanese people it is mean you cannot embrace this religion.

    #Shintoism
    #WorldReligions
    #SampoernaUniversity
    #SupportJav .hd
  • 111 4 6 hours ago
  • Harajuku-Tokyo, Giappone, Marzo, 2017. .
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Ero convinta che i Giapponesi utilizzassero le mascherine a causa del troppo inquinamento presente nelle loro città. In realtà la religione Shintoista fa di loro uno dei popoli più gentili e disponibili verso il prossimo. Per questo motivo utilizzano le mascherine durante l’influenza per proteggere la salute di chi li circonda.
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    Ero convinta che i Giapponesi utilizzassero le mascherine a causa del troppo inquinamento presente nelle loro città. In realtà la religione Shintoista fa di loro uno dei popoli più gentili e disponibili verso il prossimo. Per questo motivo utilizzano le mascherine durante l’influenza per proteggere la salute di chi li circonda.
  • 34 11 7 hours ago
  • -dont tell others to do what you cannot do- Japanesse proverb. 
Shinto ("the way of the gods") is the indigenous faith of the Japanese people and as old as Japan itself. It remains Japan's major religion alongside Buddhism.Shinto does not have a founder nor does it have sacred scriptures like the sutras or the Bible.Shinto gods" are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility. Humans become kami after they die and are revered by their families as ancestral kami. The Sun Goddess Amaterasu is considered Shinto's most important kami.In contrast to many monotheistic religions, there are no absolutes in Shinto. There is no absolute right and wrong, and nobody is perfect. Shinto is an optimistic faith, as humans are thought to be fundamentally good, and evil is believed to be caused by evil spirits. Consequently, the purpose of most Shinto rituals is to keep away evil spirits by purification, prayers and offerings to the kami.
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  • -dont tell others to do what you cannot do- Japanesse proverb.
    Shinto ("the way of the gods") is the indigenous faith of the Japanese people and as old as Japan itself. It remains Japan's major religion alongside Buddhism.Shinto does not have a founder nor does it have sacred scriptures like the sutras or the Bible.Shinto gods" are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility. Humans become kami after they die and are revered by their families as ancestral kami. The Sun Goddess Amaterasu is considered Shinto's most important kami.In contrast to many monotheistic religions, there are no absolutes in Shinto. There is no absolute right and wrong, and nobody is perfect. Shinto is an optimistic faith, as humans are thought to be fundamentally good, and evil is believed to be caused by evil spirits. Consequently, the purpose of most Shinto rituals is to keep away evil spirits by purification, prayers and offerings to the kami.
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  • 30 1 11 hours ago
  • “Nothing can hurt you more than your mind allows” -Iron Shinto
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🧸Wednesday, October 30, 2019🧸
Shinto gods are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility. The term kami refers to anything that is above, high, special, or unusual in any way. Amaterasu is arguably the most prominent and famous of the Shinto gods or kami. Amaterasu is the Sun Goddess who was born from the left eye socket of a male creator kami named Izanagi. Amaterasu is, of all Shinto gods, most identified with Japan itself, which is known as the "Land of the Rising Sun." Amaterasu's image - the sun - appears on the Japanese national flag.
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    🧸Wednesday, October 30, 2019🧸
    Shinto gods are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility. The term kami refers to anything that is above, high, special, or unusual in any way. Amaterasu is arguably the most prominent and famous of the Shinto gods or kami. Amaterasu is the Sun Goddess who was born from the left eye socket of a male creator kami named Izanagi. Amaterasu is, of all Shinto gods, most identified with Japan itself, which is known as the "Land of the Rising Sun." Amaterasu's image - the sun - appears on the Japanese national flag.
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    #SampoernaUniversity
  • 29 0 14 hours ago
  • 11/12/19 🗓 10:46am ⏰ 1/4000 ⏱ f1.4 👁ISO 100 ☀️ 24mm🔬
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The cleansing ritual of Shintoism.
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Learnt a lot about Shintoism during my stay here. I've known a decent amount about it but not to the extent that was taught to us today.
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A bunch more Shinto shrines and related content coming your way!
  • 11/12/19 🗓 10:46am ⏰ 1/4000 ⏱ f1.4 👁ISO 100 ☀️ 24mm🔬
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    The cleansing ritual of Shintoism.
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    Learnt a lot about Shintoism during my stay here. I've known a decent amount about it but not to the extent that was taught to us today.
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    A bunch more Shinto shrines and related content coming your way!
  • 32 1 19 hours ago
  • Hi, All!
So, this is the symbol of Shintoism which is its gate, or usually called Torii. Why this gate become the symbol? The gate itself represents the division between the everyday world and the divine world. 
By the way, Shintoism is a Japanese ancient religion that was founded in 660 BC. It believes two sacred texts; Kokiji that consist of the record of ancient matters and Nikong that consist of the chronicles of Japan. Shintos belief that everything in this world has a spirit, like mountain, rivers, plants, animals, etc. 
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  • Hi, All!
    So, this is the symbol of Shintoism which is its gate, or usually called Torii. Why this gate become the symbol? The gate itself represents the division between the everyday world and the divine world.
    By the way, Shintoism is a Japanese ancient religion that was founded in 660 BC. It believes two sacred texts; Kokiji that consist of the record of ancient matters and Nikong that consist of the chronicles of Japan. Shintos belief that everything in this world has a spirit, like mountain, rivers, plants, animals, etc.
    #Shintoism

    #SampoernaUniversity
  • 55 0 19 hours ago
  • Shinto means the way of the gods, an indigenous religious beliefs and practices of Japan. From further research, I was shocked by the fact that Shinto different from other religions. Shinto has no founder, no official sacred scriptures in the strict sense, and no fixed dogmas, but it has preserved its guiding beliefs throughout the ages. "Shinto gods" are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility.
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  • Shinto means the way of the gods, an indigenous religious beliefs and practices of Japan. From further research, I was shocked by the fact that Shinto different from other religions. Shinto has no founder, no official sacred scriptures in the strict sense, and no fixed dogmas, but it has preserved its guiding beliefs throughout the ages. "Shinto gods" are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility.
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  • 89 0 11 December, 2019
  • Symbol of Shintosim, the Floating Otorii gate at Miyajima, Japan. Shintoism is actually Japan's ethnic  religion that focuses on the belief that spiritual powers manifest in natural places such as, mountains, rivers and other aspects of nature including people and animals. The core teaching of Shintoism is that to worship the anchestor and forces of nature to achieve harmony in all dimension. As an ancient religion Shinto took hold in small villages and then gradually spread across Japan. The purpose of most Shinto rituals is that keep away the evil spirit by purification,prayers, and offering to the kami.  The biggest challenges for Shintoism in this era is that the development of the technology in Japan that makes the people dont pay to much attention to Shintoism itself.

#Shintoism 
#WorldReligion
#Sampoernauniversity
  • Symbol of Shintosim, the Floating Otorii gate at Miyajima, Japan. Shintoism is actually Japan's ethnic religion that focuses on the belief that spiritual powers manifest in natural places such as, mountains, rivers and other aspects of nature including people and animals. The core teaching of Shintoism is that to worship the anchestor and forces of nature to achieve harmony in all dimension. As an ancient religion Shinto took hold in small villages and then gradually spread across Japan. The purpose of most Shinto rituals is that keep away the evil spirit by purification,prayers, and offering to the kami. The biggest challenges for Shintoism in this era is that the development of the technology in Japan that makes the people dont pay to much attention to Shintoism itself.

    #Shintoism
    #WorldReligion
    #Sampoernauniversity
  • 6 0 11 December, 2019
  • My President. My Dean. Dinner cruise. Red wine. Sushi. More of my colleagues. Such a transformational and rewarding experience I’m more than grateful. No place has ever felt like home but Japan took the cake. Back to reality to finish off the semester as strong as I started it! Arigato, I will return soon. 🥰✨✈️ #tokyojapan #love #welcoming #respect #shintoism #newnews #newexperiences
  • My President. My Dean. Dinner cruise. Red wine. Sushi. More of my colleagues. Such a transformational and rewarding experience I’m more than grateful. No place has ever felt like home but Japan took the cake. Back to reality to finish off the semester as strong as I started it! Arigato, I will return soon. 🥰✨✈️ #tokyojapan #love #welcoming #respect #shintoism #newnews #newexperiences
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Good morning, All.... Today, I am going to talk about Shintoism.
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Shinto ("the way of the gods") is the indigenous faith of the Japanese people and as old as Japan itself. .
Shinto does not have a founder nor does it have sacred scriptures like the sutras or the Bible. Propaganda and preaching are not common either, because Shinto is deeply rooted in the Japanese people and traditions.
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"Shinto gods" are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility. Humans become kami after they die and are revered by their families as ancestral kami. The kami of extraordinary people are even enshrined at some shrines. The Sun Goddess Amaterasu is considered Shinto's most important kami.
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Shinto Practices:
- Visiting Shrines (Omairi)
- Purification (Harai or Harae)
- Kagura (Ritual Dances)
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"Nothing can hurt you more than your mind allows." ~Iron Shinto
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#Shintoism
#WorldReligion
#SampoernaUniversity
#SharePeace
#ShareLove
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    Good morning, All.... Today, I am going to talk about Shintoism.
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    Shinto ("the way of the gods") is the indigenous faith of the Japanese people and as old as Japan itself. .
    Shinto does not have a founder nor does it have sacred scriptures like the sutras or the Bible. Propaganda and preaching are not common either, because Shinto is deeply rooted in the Japanese people and traditions.
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    "Shinto gods" are called kami. They are sacred spirits which take the form of things and concepts important to life, such as wind, rain, mountains, trees, rivers and fertility. Humans become kami after they die and are revered by their families as ancestral kami. The kami of extraordinary people are even enshrined at some shrines. The Sun Goddess Amaterasu is considered Shinto's most important kami.
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    Shinto Practices:
    - Visiting Shrines (Omairi)
    - Purification (Harai or Harae)
    - Kagura (Ritual Dances)
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    "Nothing can hurt you more than your mind allows." ~Iron Shinto
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    #Shintoism
    #WorldReligion
    #SampoernaUniversity
    #SharePeace
    #ShareLove
  • 27 0 11 December, 2019
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A belief from Japan. The word shinto comes from the word shein and tao which mean the way of god. This is not a religion because it  has no gods nor holy scriptures. Shinto believes in kami or spirits. Izanagi and izanagi are the creator of Japan. The biggest kami for shinto is amaterasu or spirit of sun. Shinto is heavily related to japan culture.
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    A belief from Japan. The word shinto comes from the word shein and tao which mean the way of god. This is not a religion because it has no gods nor holy scriptures. Shinto believes in kami or spirits. Izanagi and izanagi are the creator of Japan. The biggest kami for shinto is amaterasu or spirit of sun. Shinto is heavily related to japan culture.
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    #shinto
    #shintoism
    #sampoernauniversity
  • 49 6 10 December, 2019
  • “Shintoism” .

Have you ever heard of the religious culture that started in Japan? .

Shintōism consists of the traditional Japanese religious practices as well as the beliefs and life attitudes that are in accord with these practices. Shintōism is more readily observed in the social life of the Japanese people and in their personal motivations than in a pattern of formal belief or philosophy. It remains closely connected with the Japanese value system and the Japanese people’s ways of thinking and acting. .

Here are 4 facts about Shintoism:

1. Shintoism is a polytheistic culture. 
2. In Shintoism, people can be worshipped as gods

3. The virtue of Shintoism is Jyoumei Seichoku

4. A famous Shinto god is Ujigami 
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  • “Shintoism” .

    Have you ever heard of the religious culture that started in Japan? .

    Shintōism consists of the traditional Japanese religious practices as well as the beliefs and life attitudes that are in accord with these practices. Shintōism is more readily observed in the social life of the Japanese people and in their personal motivations than in a pattern of formal belief or philosophy. It remains closely connected with the Japanese value system and the Japanese people’s ways of thinking and acting. .

    Here are 4 facts about Shintoism:

    1. Shintoism is a polytheistic culture.
    2. In Shintoism, people can be worshipped as gods

    3. The virtue of Shintoism is Jyoumei Seichoku

    4. A famous Shinto god is Ujigami
    #Shintoism
    #World Religion
    #SampoernaUniversity
  • 41 0 10 December, 2019
  • Shinto, who is never heard about shinto? Shinto is cover up until 80% population in Japan. Shinto is religious tradition also known as "way of kami". They believe "Kami" as a spiritual energy in their life. Shinto has no official founder and scripture, but the basic idea of human and the world are already good. All of them are based on individual perspective. Many people follow the teaching of Shinto just to teach the moral value for their kids and rituals for wedding ceremony. But for funeral, they usually use Buddhist tradition.

#shintoism
#WorldReligions
#SampoernaUniversity
  • Shinto, who is never heard about shinto? Shinto is cover up until 80% population in Japan. Shinto is religious tradition also known as "way of kami". They believe "Kami" as a spiritual energy in their life. Shinto has no official founder and scripture, but the basic idea of human and the world are already good. All of them are based on individual perspective. Many people follow the teaching of Shinto just to teach the moral value for their kids and rituals for wedding ceremony. But for funeral, they usually use Buddhist tradition.

    #shintoism
    #WorldReligions
    #SampoernaUniversity
  • 39 0 10 December, 2019
  • 𝑯𝒂𝒗𝒆 𝒚𝒐𝒖 𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒓 𝒉𝒆𝒂𝒓𝒅 𝒐𝒇 𝑺𝒉𝒊𝒏𝒕𝒐𝒊𝒔𝒎?
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Shintoism is an ethnic religion, worshipped within Japan. Moreover, Shintoism is passed on from parents to children by word of mouth. With the development of a written language, the religion more easily spread throughout Japan. Currently, Shintoism has about 3 million followers.
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Shinto has no founder. It has been worshipped since the 6th century CE but has roots back to the 6th century BCE. What are Kami? Kami can exist on their own as spirits, or they can appear in nature. They appear as things (mountains, trees, rivers, winds, etc) and as concepts (fertility, marriage, agriculture, etc). The sun, sky, moon appearing as Kami are common themes in Shintoism. The Sun Goddess Amaterasu is considered Shinto’s most important Kami. Kami follow a thrutful will (Makoto) and have a life-giving power, called Musubi.
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Shintoism has no official list of rules of ethics. They believe virtue is tied into the rest of life; beauty, truth, and morality are all connected.
🔮Purity is very important in Shintoism. It is the reason behind certain beliefs and habits seen in Japan.🔮
For example,
1️⃣Before entering a shrine, visitors wash their hands and face.
2️⃣Patients in Japan are often reluctant to receivingn organ donations.
Is it sounds new for you? Let me know if it’s true😉😉
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#SampoernaUniversity #Shintoism
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  • 𝑯𝒂𝒗𝒆 𝒚𝒐𝒖 𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒓 𝒉𝒆𝒂𝒓𝒅 𝒐𝒇 𝑺𝒉𝒊𝒏𝒕𝒐𝒊𝒔𝒎?

    Shintoism is an ethnic religion, worshipped within Japan. Moreover, Shintoism is passed on from parents to children by word of mouth. With the development of a written language, the religion more easily spread throughout Japan. Currently, Shintoism has about 3 million followers.

    Shinto has no founder. It has been worshipped since the 6th century CE but has roots back to the 6th century BCE. What are Kami? Kami can exist on their own as spirits, or they can appear in nature. They appear as things (mountains, trees, rivers, winds, etc) and as concepts (fertility, marriage, agriculture, etc). The sun, sky, moon appearing as Kami are common themes in Shintoism. The Sun Goddess Amaterasu is considered Shinto’s most important Kami. Kami follow a thrutful will (Makoto) and have a life-giving power, called Musubi.

    Shintoism has no official list of rules of ethics. They believe virtue is tied into the rest of life; beauty, truth, and morality are all connected.
    🔮Purity is very important in Shintoism. It is the reason behind certain beliefs and habits seen in Japan.🔮
    For example,
    1️⃣Before entering a shrine, visitors wash their hands and face.
    2️⃣Patients in Japan are often reluctant to receivingn organ donations.
    Is it sounds new for you? Let me know if it’s true😉😉
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    #SampoernaUniversity #Shintoism
    @anampuluh_60
  • 109 0 10 December, 2019