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Connecting to Sacred Realm through Divine Communication
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Connecting to Sacred Realm through Divine Communication

December 8, 2016
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

FREE and Open to Educators Everywhere.

Acts of prayer and practices of belief vary widely by religion, cultural tradition, and even individual philosophies. In Asia, connection with the sacred realm is often highly sensory—with the use of incense and spices, chanting and song, music and movement, flame and water, and food and drink. Explore objects currently on view in the exhibition, Sacred Realm: Blessings and Good Fortune Across Asia  at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe to enhance your teaching of Asian history, culture, and the world religion. The webinars are FREE and open to all teachers, anywhere! Just sign up ahead of time to get the link to connect. Sign up here: https://www.fivecolleges.edu/fcceas/webinar. Image: GOD OF THE SEA | MINOR HOI FANYao Culture, 1879, Southern ChinaThis painting depicts the Palace of Death, where records of fate were kept. Minor Hoi Fan was a spiritual Master. This image is included in a complete set of 14 paintings on mulberry paper with natural pigments from the late 1800’s. Photo: Blair Clark

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