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- What is the History of Reiki?
- Usui Shiki Ryoho: The Usui System of Natural Healing Ancient Origins The Development of Usui Reiki Dr. Mikao Usui Dr. Chujiro Hayashi Hawayo Takata Mrs. Takata Talks about Reiki (transcript) Usui Shiki Ryoho: The Usui System of Natural Healing Reiki In Japan...
Body Mysteries >> Reiki
- Bringing it Down to Earth: A Fractal Approach
- 'Clouds are not spheres, mountains are not cones, coastlines are not circles, and bark is not smooth, nor does lightning travel in a straight line.' B. Mandelbrot W e want to think about the future - it's our nature. Unlike other creatures, humans possess an...
Mystic Sciences >> Astrology
- Buddhism: An Overview
- BUDDHISM, as recognized by its million followers in the eastern and western world, is both a religion and a philosophy. It originated from the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama who become the Supreme Buddha.
Religions >> Buddhism
- Discovery and Development of Reiki
- "The more we care for the happiness of others, the greater our own sense of wellbeing becomes." The Dalai Lama The traditional story of the discovery of Reiki is as historically correct as the biblical report of the life of Jesus - it is molded and...
Body Mysteries >> Reiki
- More Group Mind Basics (GM2)
- The similarities between the function of a two-way radio and the human body can be quite surprising. The body/mind constantly emits all aspects of our internal state to the environment, and in turn receives inputs from the world in the same manner. When we...
Mind >> Telepathy and Group Mind
- The third rune of the third aett bears the reconstructed Common Germanic name Ehwaz. Later, its name became Aihws in Gothic (note how archaic Gothic is), and still later, Eh in Anglo-Saxon. If you remember that “k” in Indo-European changed to “h” in Germanic,...
Divination >> Rune Stones
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- 2011 - 2012 IDC Diversity Calendar List (PDF)
- December 31 – Omisoka [Japan]. January 2012. January 1 – New Year's Day.
- 2011 Diversity Calendar (PDF)
- Boxing Day. [Canada]. Kwanzaa (through.
- Date Holiday Religion/Country September 29th Rosh Hashanah
- Omisoka. Japan. SEPTEMBER: 29th:Rosh Hashanah/New Year (Jewish) – Literally 'Head of the Year' marks the first &second day of the.
- Dear Teachers, The East Asian Studies Center is always thinking
- performed on omisoka at temples across Japan is the ringing of the temple bell 108 times. Offices are usually closed from December 29th through January. 3rd.
- Japan Fact Sheet
- 31, called in Japanese omisoka. Just before midnight, Buddhist temples all over the country begin to strike bells in an observance known as joya no kane.
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- Tuesday December 31, 2013
- January is the month of the Full Wolf Moon. It appeared when wolves howled in hunger outside the villages. It is also known as the Old Moon.
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- Japanese Culture : Omisoka: Japan New Year's Eve & Shogatsu
- The below are the customs Japanese follow on December 31st (omisoka).: Toshikoshisoba (buckwheat noodles) are eaten.
- Japanese Festivals - Omisoka - New Year's Eve - Southeast Asia
- Omisoka is New Year´s Eve in Japan. Prepare to celebrate Omisoka while in Japan. Learn the Japanese festival (matsuri) traditions.
- Omisoka - Japanese tradition on December 31
- Omisoka is on December 31, which is the last day of the year.
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