- Or mitama-shizume. A traditional ceremony to pacify the tama of an individual and prevent it leaving the body (e.g. of a sick person).
A Popular Dictionary of Shinto. Brian Bocking.
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Tama — Tama has two meanings, depending on the character with which it is written. One character for tama also pronounced gyoku means precious jewel, as in tamagaki the jewel fence surrounding a shrine or tamagushi a branch offering. The more common… … A Popular Dictionary of Shinto
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Chinkon — Pacifying the soul = [mi]tama shizume. A chin kon sai (matsuri for the pacification or repose of souls) is held in the imperial palace before the daijosai and the rite is practised especially at the Iso no kami jingu, Tenri, Nara. The idea of … A Popular Dictionary of Shinto
Harae — Or harai, o harae, o barai. Purification, purity, the converse of kegare, pollution. Harae is a general term for ceremonies of purification designed to counter misfortune and pollution and restore ritual purity. Sprinkling water on face and… … A Popular Dictionary of Shinto
Mono-imi — A type of spiritual exercise, tama furi, also o e, paralysis, withering . See Chinkon, Tama shizume … A Popular Dictionary of Shinto
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