3 edition of psychology of Akan religious healing found in the catalog.
psychology of Akan religious healing
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Religionsvetenskapliga skrifter,, nr. 36|
|LC Classifications||BL2480.A4 A95 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||99222882|
religious beliefs of the Akan people and it 4is fundamental to their religious systems. The Akan have names for God that are unlike the names they give to other spiritual beings they recognize. These special names express the idea of the uniqueness of God and reflect the attributes given to . This method allowed an in-depth interpretation of the Akan spirituality and culture. The research revealed that Akan spirituality is inseparable from traditional medicine and is a conscious phenomenon in modern medicine as well. It establishes the fact that healing is both a physical and spiritual : J.K. Opoku.
C the ocutries with religious sanctions against suicide may have been less willing to report and record suicides _______ affects attitudes on health care and treatment, attributions about the causes of healthand disease processes, the availability of health care and health care delivey systems, help seeking behaviors, and many other aspects of. (shelved 1 time as teen-religion-and-spirituality) avg rating — 3, ratings — published
The Akan religious thought is essentially theocentric and theistic, with the Supreme Being, God at the center of it all. From this perspective, the Akan use their cultural symbols to portray their beliefs about God, their attitudes towards God and His creation, and the Akan's relation to God and His Creation. One thing I respect deeply about Africa is the treasure of wisdom our ancestors have handed down to us. While some of our leaders may have forgotten them, the rest of us don’t need to. From prudent sayings on wisdom itself, to judicious encouragements, warnings and even quirky advice on learning, patience, unity, wealth, poverty, community.
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The Psychology of Akan Religious Healing Ayim-Aboagye, Desmond Uppsala University, Humanistisk-samhällsvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet, Faculty.
Akan Religion; Introduction by Phil Bartle, PhD. The religious beliefs and rituals of the Akan have various origins and various elements. European missionaries from early in the nineteenth century have preached not only the gospel, but tried very hard to change the Akan culture so as to more resemble European social organisation.
Written with common-sense clarity, Morton offers a psycho-spiritual guide to true self love, healing & awakening. This eye-opening perspective comes from 33+ yrs of experience as a mind/body/spirit psychotherapist & the lessons of her own healing. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
The ancestors form an important part of the Traditional Akan religion. The Ancestors are also known as the Nsamanfo or Old People or Ancient People. They have a prominent place in the thinking and religious practices of our people. Akans believe in life after death therefore when a person's body dies their spirit lives on.
The ancestors are feared. Akan Traditional Religion. 2, likes 1 talking about this. Akan Traditional Religion: The Myths and The Truths is a comprehensive and very informative book about the religious practices of Followers: K.
Hoodoo - Akan Ancestral Religion in North America. likes 2 talking about this. HOODOO is the Akan Ancestral Religion brought to North America and Followers: Witch-hunting prophets help to identify witches and exorcise their malevolent spirits. Anti-witchcraft movements rise in number and ferocity when political and economic change threatens the moral order and health of a community.
Debrunner also discusses Akan psychology in the context of witchcraft beliefs. The book contains 32 pages of photographs. As someone of a Asante heritage this book (Akan Traditional Religion: The Myths and The Truth) was extremely insightful as it offered answers to questions I didnt even know I had about why we participated in certain practices.5/5.
The Handbook of Yoruba Religious Concepts. This was the book that I constantly referenced in my podcasts titled African Spirituality: Orisha And Yoruba Philosophy that you can listen to here. Here is what one reviewer had to say: “Great book and reference material.
I love this book, It gave you a lot of information and history into the Yoruba. Relgion + Rites of Passage This is an Akyum, The Akyum are the Akan people. The word Akyum is used to describe a group of three states: Akyem Abuakwa, Akyem Kotoku, and Akyem Bosome.
These are nations located in the eastern region of modern day Ghana. Lawrence E. Sullivan is Professor of World Religions at the University of Notre Dame.
The author of Icanchu's Drum: An Orientation to Meaning in South American Religions, he was director of Harvard University's Center for the Study of World Religions, and served as President of the American Academy of Religions (AAR).
AKYISAN ANATO: Pedigree of Ancestral Religious Reversion in America - New Book In this episode of ODWIRA, we examine the ANATO, the Pedigree, of AKYISAN - Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African. society today presents a heterogeneous religious situation. Hence, the need to handle this subject carefully.
Ancestral spirits (Midzimu Yamakolo). It is a common fundamental belief among the Chewa that the existence of a person continues after death; he or she becomes a spiritual being and acquires characteristics of immortality and.
found (a miraculous healing from a fatal disease) to the seemingly trivial (remembering the right answer on a quiz). What matters here is that people attribute some event or condition at least partially to the influence of super - human powers. And since religious people do File Size: KB. The book represents a major contribution to the field of Akan studies and to discussions about the nature and meaning of African work will be useful in both undergraduate and graduate school courses and will challenge students and scholars to reexamine categories and assumptions about African : THE GREEN MILE (Simon and Schuster) The Green Mile is not only one of King’s most spiritually resonant books, it nearly crosses over into overtly religious territory.
In this serial novel (well adapted by Frank Darabont in the movie with Tom Hanks), John Coffey, initials and all, is an obvious allegorical stand-in for Jesus Christ and a commentary on humanity’s penchant. Religious festival are accompanied by songs and dance.
Music is used to spread religious ideas. • It is found in proverbs, riddles and wise saying: There are proverbs that speak of God, human relationship, man, nature of things etc.
Riddles are for entertainment but some contain religious ideas. Wise saying are about the world in Size: KB. Akan Religion; Introduction por Phil Bartle, PhD traducción de Lourdes Sada: The religious beliefs and rituals of the Akan have various origins and various elements.
European missionaries from early in the nineteenth century have preached not only the gospel, but tried very hard to change the Akan culture so as to more resemble European social. The book is an attempt to explain the true origin of the AkAn race, their language and symbols in a format where many readers can learn about one of the richest treasures of the AfRiKan continent.
The purpose of this book is to lay the basic framework of understanding and analysis the subject. It is hoped that because of this research a larger study of this culture, 3/5(1).
The Akan have a long history of "prophets" of many kinds—Christian, Muslim, and "heathen"—and of separatist Christian movements. All these various forms of religious belief and activity exist side by side, and most people have recourse to all of them, according to their particular needs and wishes.Now Dr.
J. B. Danquah, well known as the author of those admirable volumes Akan Laws and Customs and Cases in Akan Law, has brought a philosophical mind trained by such teachers as G.
Dawes Hicks of University College, London, to expound the religious and ethical system of his own people.' It is the first time, I believe, that an.Religion and Touch Healing. Throughout history, the healing power of touch has been recognized and has played a significant role in every religion and culture.
The founder or key figure of the religion is often the principal source of the healings. From its beginnings, Hebrew religion has laid great stress on health and on healing.