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Shinto

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Transcript of Shinto

Region originated and Practiced
Historical Period
Government at that time used Shinto as propaganda
Paleolithic and Neolithic ages.
Buddhism and Confucianism influenced
Meji restoration in 1868
World War II
Essential Teachings
Way of the kami
Celebrations of Kami's
Love of nature
Maintaining family traditions
Clean physical appearance
Notion of Makoto, sincerity
Shintos “gods” are the Kamis

How did the religion develop?
Founders
Region originated and Practiced Now
Historical Period
Essential Teachings - God Images
Importance of Traditions
How does the religion reflect my interests?
Founders
Shinto
Content Page
By: Valentina S., Catalina P., Adhma H. and Libertad R.
How did the religion develop?
God Images
Importance of Traditions
No Founders
No Sacred Text
It found itself
Originated 500 C.E. - 600 C.E.
Originated in Japan
0.01% people practice Shinto in the world
Majority is in Japan
First only small groups of people that practiced Shinto.
Had some conflicts with Buddhism
6th century, Shinto was influenced by Buddhism and also Confucian.
Neo-Confucianism and Shintō-Buddhis.
Shinto survives in modern Japan
Japan's people and their traditions

No division between body and spirit
Kami's aren't only gods
Purity
Pollution, purification rituals
Based in japans people and traditions
Worshiping of kamidamas
value and respect ancestors
Gardens
Festivals
Kimonos
Architecture
References
This are examples of Kamidamas where people worship the Kamis.
Gods, ancestors, deities, all can be Kamis

This Japanese garden reflects the beauty of nature and the house shows the typical architecture of a Japanese house.
Shinto adapted to Buddhism, this is a Shinto Buddhist temple.
Japan is the region where Shinto was born.
Majority of Shinto followers are in Japan.
In the Meji restoration, Shinto became the official religion of Japan.
This is a Torri and it is used as the symbol to represent Shinto.
This picture shows were Shinto started, old Japaneses village.
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Libertad R.
Adham H.
Valentina S.
Catalina P.
Interest Reflection
Shinto reflects my interest because if you have discipline you can achieve whatever you want. You also have to commit yourself to religion as well as to sports.
To play a sport you have to be in harmony with it. Shinto reflects harmony in many ways. Like in their gardens and temples for the Kamis.
Sports require responsibility as well as region. One must practice every day, like in Shinto one must worship the Kamis daily. Also harmony is important in sports like it is in Shinto
The only way Shinto relates to my interest in sports is in responsibility and commitment. In Shinto and sports one must have responsibility and commitment.
In Shinto people are responsible for daily worshiping the Kamis at home or at temples
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