Go-bunrei


Go-bunrei
   See Bunrei.

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  • Bunrei —    Divided spirit, fraction of a spirit. A ceremony to divide and then install the bunrei of the kami of a main shrine is the normal means by which a branch shrine (bunsha) is established and empowered. The rei or mitama of the kami is not… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • Bunrei — is a Shinto technical term that indicates both the process of division of a Shinto kami to be re enshrined somewhere else, and the divided spirit which is the result of the division. See Kanjō …   Wikipedia

  • Bunrei — Shintai (jap. 神体; auch 御神体, go shintai; shintai ist die sinojapanische Lesung des Wortes mitama shiro, das auch oft verwendet wird; auch yori shiro) sind materielle Gegenstände, die in Shintō Schreinen die Rolle von Reliquien spielen, da sie als… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kanjō — in Shintoist terminology indicates a propagation process through which a kami, previosly divided through a process called bunrei , is invited to another location and there reenshrined. Evolution of the kanjō process Kanjō was originally a… …   Wikipedia

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  • Go- —    The honorific prefix go is attached to a word to indicate that the speaker is humbling him or herself before the thing to which the word refers, as if before an emperor. It is part of the super polite level of speech in Japanese, reserved for… …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto

  • O- —    Honorific prefix. Japanese terms sometimes prefixed with the honorific o (or mi or go ) may be listed under their main word in this dictionary. E.g. for o negai see Negai, for go bunrei see Bunrei …   A Popular Dictionary of Shinto


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