Rituals In Santeria

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Bateson applied in Santeria

Search for balance and harmony of an individual during his life in interrelation with the representation of his being, a previous life, with the Oshas, Orishas, Eggún, etc. and the environment.
People consecrated under the rituals of Santeria. They are priests and priests who descend spiritually from the Yorubas.
For santeros is important to venerate and exalt Olodumare and their Orisha.
Santeria is based on different rituals, such as the reception of the orishas.
It is based on the belief of God through the elements of Nature, a distinctly African philosophy.
Europe (England, France, Germany, Holland, Spain), North America (Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Panama, United States), South America
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