RESEARCH:CULTURE SWAP

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SHAMAN BEIRF

The definition of Shamanism basically has two characteristics: consciousness transformation and healing ability. The world outlook of Shamanism can be attributed to three points: (1) all things are alive; (2) all things are related; (3) all things are sacred.

Shamanism is a folk belief activity developed on the basis of primitive beliefs. There are no ancestors, no doctrines, worship of many gods, no organization, no fixed temples and churches, no special clergy. This is related to the ancestors of Inner Mongolia before the nomads. Shaman was once thought to have the ability to control weather, prophecy, dreams, astrology, and travel to heaven or hell. Shaman refers to the Shaman master who is engaged in Shamanism technology, while Shamanism is initiated by scholars of research. The so-called Shamanism does not refer to a particular religion or belief, but is a general term for all Shamanism experiences and Shamanism behavior.

As a form of "culture", Shamanism has penetrated into every aspect of daily life and even evolved into folk customs. For example, two person turn, to frighten children, and some popular taboos. These customs actually contain the good wish of praying for peace and security, and some methods are effective, and they are all simple rituals originating from Shamanism. Therefore, for those who do not have any religious beliefs, they can not be categorized as superstitions. There are always some things that science can not explain in the world. Therefore, we can borrow Confucius's famous saying: Respect ghosts and gods far away - you may have reasons and opinions to believe them, but don't openly question or abuse them. After all, the spread of any culture has its reasons and soil. Therefore, the author suggests that we should not worship as much as Confucius said, but we should be in awe of them.

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SHAMAN MOVEMENT

The definition of Shamanism basically has two characteristics: consciousness transformation and healing ability. The world outlook of Shamanism can be attributed to three points: (1) all things are alive; (2) all things are related; (3) all things are sacred.
Shamanism is a folk belief activity developed on the basis of primitive beliefs. There are no ancestors, no doctrines, worship of many gods, no organization, no fixed temples and churches, no special clergy. This is related to the ancestors of Inner Mongolia before the nomads. Shaman was once thought to have the ability to control weather, prophecy, dreams, astrology, and travel to heaven or hell. Shaman refers to the Shaman master who is engaged in Shamanism technology, while Shamanism is initiated by scholars of research. The so-called Shamanism does not refer to a particular religion or belief, but is a general term for all Shamanism experiences and Shamanism behavior.

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WRESTING

From beginning to end, Boke strives to establish solidarity, friendship and harmonious and equal relations among people: for human body, Boke pursues immense strength and fitness; for social life, Boke pursues the good relations of mutual respect and love, peace and unity, harmony and friendship, lasting and eternal equality and infinite fraternity. This cultural connotation runs through the whole development process of Boke. The bok movement reflects the great realization of life and transcendental free and easy.

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SHAMAN CEREMONY

When we held a memorial ceremony in Inner Mongolia, the Ewenki people in the grassland often met on the August lunar calendar. The decoration of the site is like a forest area and the offerings are abundant. During the party, they indulged in singing, dancing, horse racing and wrestling. Shamans dressed in sacred clothes and masks danced to every household to pray sutras to exorcise Naji, and their owners poured yoghurt on them for good luck. That night, Shaman imitated the movements and calls of birds, held a blood-eating ceremony, and wiped the blood of cattle and sheep on the mouths of Gods'idols in order to bless them.

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SHEDDING SNAKE

I was born in Inner Mongolia, which gives me half of Mongolian blood. When I talk about my cultural identity, the first thing that comes into my mind is the environment I lived in when I was a child. What impressed me most is not the home when I was a child, but the snake skin I saw when I was playing on the grassland. I was very resistant to snake skin at first. I hate the touch of scales. My parents told me that because snake skin is not as long as the skin of other animals, snakes have to peel off the original skin to grow up, and then grow new skin quickly. Every time it peels off, it will grow up a little. The snake will hide in the dark corner when the peeling, etc. it finished peeling it will be out of their own. So in my view, the snake is a brave creature, a concept that can take off the past to be new. When I am lucky, I will see snake on the grassland, and tell myself that I have the courage to face growth.

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PROCESS OF SHEDDING

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SHEDDING SKIN ART WORK

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GRAZE SHEEP

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CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH SHEEP

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SHEEP

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SHEEP IN MORDEN SITUATION

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STONE TOY

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EAGLE

After studying the snake, I suddenly thought that other animals in Inner Mongolia had a great impression on me. I think of the hawks and hawks that grandfather told me about, which is very important for our Mongolia region.

In Mongolia, there are still a group of people who depend on falcons for hunting. They live in Taishan, which is sparsely populated and poor in land. Falcons usually live for about a few years. For the nomadic people on the grassland, falcons are like family members.

EAGLE

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REBORN EAGLES

 The elderly at home often tell me that eagles are the longest lived birds in the world. It can reach 70 years of age. To live that long life, it must make difficult but important decisions at the age of 40. When the eagle lived to the age of 40, its claws began to grow old and unable to catch its prey effectively. Its beak becomes long and curved, almost touching its chest.

Its wings become very heavy, making it very exhausting to fly. It has only two choices: waiting for death, or undergoing a very painful renewal process. 150 days of long training, it must go to the top of the mountain very hard. To build a nest on a precipice, to stay there, and not to fly. The eagle first struck the rock with its beak until it completely fell off. Then quietly waiting for the new beak to come out.

It will pull out its fingernails one by one with its new long beak. When new nails come out, they pull them out one by one. 5 months later, the new feather came out. The eagle began to fly, and it was 30 years ago.

Although this is an inspiring story in biology after more research, it is used to educate people to overcome themselves in our nation. This constitutes the characteristics of our nation.

EAGLE

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EAGLE

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FRIENDSHIP WITH HORSE

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PHOTOGRAPHY OF KIDS RIDDING HORSE

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CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH HORSE

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ARTS OF HORSE

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MOUNTS

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PURPOSE OF BOOTS

1, it plays a protective role. Riding a horse does not wear a riding boot.
2 prevent sweats from being stained by horses.
3, there is a certain restriction on the leg posture, so that the leg movements of riders are not easy to deform.

BOOTS

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INSIDE BOOTS

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BARGA WOMAN S ORNAMENTS

These ornaments, presented by parents of the Barga tribe to their daughters on their wedding day,were worn daily by the married women. The headdress and hair ornaments of a Barga woman signified that she had a husband and was the mistress of a family. The sliver headband is strung with thirty-three coral and amor beads. The band itself has two rows of decorations. The top and is ornamented with the attributes of the eight immortals of Chinese mythology: basket, flute, fish drum, fan, sword and fly whisk, the twin attributes of thee immortal Lu Dongbin,in this instance, the fly whisk is shown with every  one of the symbols mentioned above. This misunderstanding work of a Mongol craftsman, instead of an itinerant Chinese silversmith. The bottom row shows a mixture of Chinese auspicious symbols. A decorative  sliver ball, incised with the shou, or longevity, character, dangle from the back.  The shape of the headdress is similar as a cow,  because in Mongolia belief is Shamanism. Shamanism is believe in the traditional religion of ghosts and gods in animals sense,  cow is meaning of strong and power.

 

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EQUAL

I found a problem, that is, the phenomenon of the Han people's preference for men over women is still very serious today, while the Mongolian people's equality between men and women is doing a very good job, relatively respecting women. I wonder if all this is related to the different economic foundation. The Han nationality is a farming civilization. Farming is especially physical work, so men become the main creators of wealth, while women have no economic status because of physical factors. Of course, men are superior to women, and men are superior to women. The Mongolian nationality is nomadic civilization. Grazing does not require much physical strength for both men and women, so the status of Mongolian women can be equal to that of men. So I think the social phenomenon produced by culture is very magical. Because most Chinese families still have more or less boys. But in my family, I have never been subjected to any unequal treatment.

MONGOLIA GIRL

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MONGULIA GIRL

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FAMILY IN MONGOLIA

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BASIC HATFORM

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BASIC CLOTHFORM

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TOOLS

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MONGOLIA ART

The earliest ancient Mongolia painting art was nomadic rock paintings, mostly by folk painters. It reflects the image of people's production and labor at that time.

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