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There is very much crying and they get desperate. They faint when the coffin is buried. And after the funeral, they come and go aiming to take care of the grave and to speak with the dead. Where is it written that it is to pray for the dead? Not in the Bible. They are more serene. So, what is the purpose to come to the cemetery [sic] to put flowers?
For whom? My evangelical interlocutors said about the rituals for the dead in cemeteries: There is no one here, it's over What counts is what stays. There's nothing here" Field diary, different dates. At the same time, evangelicals understand the cemetery as a Catholic territory. When the evangelical mourners walk through their streets and lanes to bury their dead, they carefully observe the ritual practices that are performed there and recognize them as legitimate manifestations of that place.
When performing their rituals and silently confronting these habits by distributing the leaflets, they aim at demonstrating how they think of life and death by highlighting the differences concerning their procedures and 15 practices of "others. When crossing the territory and looking at what happens there, they acquire arguments to question and disagree with what belongs to that space, without openly complaining.
It is interesting to think that the spatial and ritual catholic hegemony in the cemetery is so consolidated in collective imagination of death that even an evangelical manager does not question its bases and continues to adhere to the model already established. He does not intend to restructure the front part of the cemetery nor prohibit Catholic ritual practices. There is no possibility of confrontation of what is foundational, even though there are several arguments through which it could justify a possible attempt at transformation.
From the point of view of cleanliness, the manager even told me that, for example, he had to paint the steps of the cross pedestal and the wall of entrance gate 15 The reference to Catholics as "others" was described by some of my interviewees.
I introduce this term the same way I have heard to give emphasis to the witnessed differentiation. And concerning access, the gravedigger told me, and I myself could also observe the great difficulty of driving a coffin through the tombs of the first section of the cemetery. None of these arguments would be strong enough for the ordering logic of that space to be questioned.
In this specific case, there is an effective rapprochement between evangelicals and Catholics who share Christianity cosmology and appropriate themselves to the public 16 space of a cemetery as a "Christian territory. They understand the cemetery as an exclusive space for burial and for Christian rites of mourning. Any religious practice that escapes this goal is understood as desecrating that territory.
Cemetery is death territory and death is the passage to eternal life in paradise in a second case via to purgatory. And even though there are differences between Catholic and evangelical believers regarding the uses of such space, there is a sharing of the minimal contents of cosmology and Christian rite that does not include entities of African polytheistic dynamics or blood sacrifices.
Thus, 17 religiosity manifestations of African matrix are seen and fought as illegitimate. Finally, this new order represents a possible momentum for transformation and shows what the limits to the symbolisms present in that space are.
Hence, when proposing rules and prohibiting uses, the manager minimized the daily relations between living and dead people. Those that remain are only the ones that could not be answered.
Somehow, the cemetery secularization is the trend he imagined as "ideal". Cleaning and tidying up are impulses of what you want to organize Douglas, His attitudes assume constituting boundaries and porosities of a city macrocosm and microcosm just as there is a foundational organizational structure of space: In general, the movements and senses presented by the actors of this environment reinforce the logic of porosity is this district where, obviously, there are spaces for everybody.
However, social organization and guidelines from which it was built are predominantly Catholic. In the dynamics of a secular cemetery, everyone can enter and pass to bury or honor their dead in the same way. It is a space of common use. However, not all ritual forms are "legitimate," not all spatial conformations are "preferred. When the manager acted out in a secular and orderly manner by burying the most recent dead in the oldest and "disorderly" part of the cemetery, he took the same step of 18 The attempt to make activities identical or consistent with old cultural precedents may be called "traditionalism".
As a powerful legitimizing tool, traditionalism may be the matter of repeating activities from an earlier period, adapting activities into new ones, or creating practices that simply evoke links with the past.
The most obvious forms of traditionalism include the use of ancient customs, repetition of old habits, and the preservation of ancient linguistic forms Bell, At the same time, in regard to rites, when he determined what is polluting, he used the same hegemonic system added to a secular dynamics.
The ingredients and objects that dirty or bother are those ones that cannot be framed in the manifestations of secular or Catholic intercession.
This argument can be elucidated when I analyze the speech of my Catholic interviewees. According to my Catholic interlocutors, two things bother them in the cemetery: They undestand this attitude as an affront to their mourning: So, there is a true admiration when "the cemetery is beautiful, clean. A wonder " idem. The management of the cemetery did not wish to incite confrontations by preventing the ritual expression of "some of them," - the manager explained.
At the same time, it only prohibited religious ingredients that are different from those ones used by Christians. The prohibition of some practices informs that its achievement is not understood as legitimate for that environment. It does not take part of the structure of that place. This evidences an understanding similar to that one which governs the logic established therein and also demonstrates the limits to the filtering that someone can perform.
He deals with a secular order that prohibits non-Christian ritual practices. Thus, I figured it out an action that tends to reinforce the Catholic domain of the dead and the ritual practices of intercession that follow this model. The data presented here further evidence the multiple dynamics of the actors involved in this process - even if, over time, this impulse can only reinforce the already existing predominance, updated from different parameters.
I say this because, according to the information that both gravedigger and manager provided me, most of the newly downloadd perpetual graves at the back part of the cemetery belong to non-evangelicals. In an intriguing way, - thinking of a future projection - the format does not seem to change.
In other words, the cemetery participates in a broader structure that represents the very society that is kept and reproduced in rites that are devoted precisely to that goal. Conclusion Almeida has supported the idea that although evangelical churches have increased in Brazil, the future projection does not guarantee that evangelicals will be the religious majority in the country.
This is why there is a dispute for followers as a sign of strengthening religious pluralism in the country. Following this argument, it can be seen that there is a mutual influence between Catholics and evangelicals throughout their meetings and disconnections for the most different points of our huge country.
Data show that charismatic Catholicism has come very close to the conversionist, emotional, and moralizing evangelical model.
There is a major shift in the Catholic profile in opposition to the evangelicals and their action in the public sphere Mariano, — and this has made charismatic Catholic movements stronger. Catholic and evangelical religious political groups have acted out as a "Christian bloc" when confronting human rights guidelines, especially in the debates about abortion, gender and sexuality Machado, , Vital da Cunha and Leite Lopes, In these clashes between religious and laic people, it is evident that fundamentalism attitude is on development.
It is important to highlight that although interculturality takes part of the contemporary world, there is a growing proliferation of radicalisms and extremisms, not only in the religious sphere, since fundamentalism can be found in several contexts, such as economics, for example Alves, In this paper, I have tried to demonstrate how the historical catholic model is the organizer of death territory and that the active secular reorganizing posture of the cemetery space carried out by an evangelical man has at its heart interesting elements to think about the centrality of Christian rules in a laic public space.
These different symbolic references in conjunction work by keeping and strengthening Christianity predominance, while at the same time generating exclusion. This hypothesis is evident when sharing the cemetery by religious alternatives. And, although Catholics have told me that they felt uncomfortable with the ritual practices of Afro-Brazilian religions, there is no evidence of their explicit actions to confront and expel these actors and their rites from that space.
In this particular case, what comes out is that only with the presence of an evangelical manager, who plays a secular interventionism role, he could also trigger the most direct confrontation in that system of coexistence between religiosities.
Thus, it was only from the actions of ordination and sanitation, fomented by the secular evangelical management, that the Catholics stood in favor of the secular religious and excluding model of a space. At the same time, it is important to emphasize that the use of markers of ordination and sanitation from a laic interventionism legitimates the exclusionary actions since, at the moment of imposition of prohibitions, the manager does not present himself or is considered to be acting out as an evangelical, but as a manager.
So, the multiterritoriality from which the secular public space must be shared gives way to a territorial practice that legitimates a specific religious model: Thinking of expanding this debate, I believe that the Brazilian society must be 19 problematized from fundamentalist shades.
But, it is not a fundamentalism that leads us to homogenize both Christian and nonreligious groups. There are several movements of 20 conservatism and with distinct levels, but all of them are on the way to the same area.
Unlike the Weberian propose, in the secularization operated on the Maunatian necropolis, instead of religion being withdrawn from the public space, it is replaced by an aggregation between the religious and the secular. So, moving forward in this argument, it is observed that Protestant asceticism sophisticates the process since it is legitimized through the use of laic markers. We know that specifically Christian fundamentalism is misshapen, hybrid and holds within itself frameworks that should be better understood.
Some groups of Catholics and evangelicals have relied on passages of the sacred scriptures as the beacon of the moral conduct of Brazilian citizens - even those who identify themselves as without religion or as belonging to other religions. These groups do not dissociate citizen from Christian Mariano, So, denying the powerful fundamentalist stance that 19 Fundamentalism is not terrorism, especially in the religion sphere.
It does not necessarily mean total rejection of different beliefs and behaviors. In this case, its performance is sophisticated since it uses different referents, including the laic Alves, Although the lecturer referred directly to conservatism, I use it as a resource for fundamentalism. It is important to add that, as I have tried to point out, the secular state is raised to empower these acts since it does not allow the direct association between ritual exclusion and religious choice.
Christian fundamentalism worries me due to a double concern as a researcher of the anthropology of religions. The confirmation of a trend toward consolidation of fundamentalist Christian behaviors under construction - which associates certain evangelicals and some Catholics - may help to lessen prejudice against "evangelicals" who are still seen as "intolerant.
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At the same time, as scholars of the different evangelical denominations and also of the multiple segments of Catholicism, we have been constrained and challenged in our "methodological relativism.
There is a clear project of expansion of power and domains that calls for us to be vigilant. So, with an upward movement over the years, it is possible to observe this group by expanding its forces in different structures of power and disqualifying processes, means, ways that could lead to greater equality among individuals; they influence elections, gain seats in the executive and are essential actors in bargains, characteristic of some legislative Houses Therefore, I believe that betting on the criticism of a process existence that points to the consolidation of groups that claim for themselves a certain Christian fundamentalism can be a way that helps us to delegitimize these speeches.
Thus, based on this research data, it shows how they reinforce themselves, how they dialogue with each other and with the dynamics of secularity and how they exclude everyday those who are outside this great structure of meanings that is historical and that is strengthened in the present. Cadernos Pagu: Companhia das Letras. Oxford University Press. An analysis of the concepts of pollution and taboo.
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Todos os sentimentos e pensamentos dos habitantes atuais e anteriores influenciam a energia emocional de uma casa. Cada parte de sua casa transpira e atrai campos de energia emocional. Dificuldades emocionais manifestam-se no corpo. Uma casa espelha da mesma maneira o estado emocional daqueles que a habitam.
De repente, a paz do dia se desfez. Lutei para me levantar, e o choque se transformou em terror quando me virei e vi meu desconhecido agressor. Os dois buracos do cano me pareciam gigantescos, totalmente desproporcionais. Meu pensamento voava. Por que bateu em mim? O surdo estampido mudou minha vida para sempre.
No hospital, tudo me pareceu ampliado. Luzes muito intensas e brilhantes, dor excessiva, vozes apressadas e estridentes. Senti como se estivesse caindo num casulo de veludo negro.
Imediatamente o casulo explodiu. A mais intensa luz dourada e brilhante me envolveu. Tudo estava contido num presente infinito.
O amor que vivenciei era infinito e ilimitado. Eu era cada um que havia amado e cada um que havia ferido. Eu era cada um e cada um era eu. Veja a imagem que usei. Uma luz tremulante iluminava suavemente tudo ao meu redor.
Quando acordei, estava numa cama de hospital lutando pela vida. Algo que mudou o curso de minha vida para sempre. Quando voltei, tudo me parecia o mesmo e, ainda assim, tudo era diferente. Antes de ser ferida, pensava que "eu" era meu corpo e que morreria quando ele morresse. Tudo no planeta estava vivo.
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Toda vida era preciosa. Comecei a perceber luzes radiantes em volta de objetos supostamente inanimados. Cada momento era cheio de som, cores, formas e energia vital. Interessei-me por entender mais sobre cura e aprender sistemas alternativos de tratamento. Tive a sorte de encontrar pessoas especiais que me ajudaram. Isso, entretanto, nem sempre acontecia. Desenvolvo formas de trabalho individuais com meus clientes. Comece com as de seu quarto.
Tem algum programa para hoje? Mesmo confuso, concordou. Disse-lhe que telefonaria dentro de quatro horas para saber como estava se saindo.
Ainda meio tonto, ele foi para casa. Tentei tantas terapias e nunca me senti como agora.
Como pode acontecer uma coisa dessas, apenas limpando minhas gavetas e me livrando de coisas? Mudar essa matriz pode afetar nossa energia.Erstwhile, this place was abandoned to "vandals and rats" for almost the whole year. Uma obra com Os dois buracos do cano me pareciam gigantescos, totalmente desproporcionais. According to them, these ceremonials were made at dawn by people who jumped the cemetery walls. Actually, laicization of cemeteries officially took place only in and the same process only reached birth, marriage and death records in
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