power objects

power objects,

n.pl 1. in shamanic traditions, natural objects such as stones or bones that are imbued with sacred meaning or power.
2. according to the Pima Indian healing system, items such as roadrunners, buzzard feathers, and jimson weed, which are considered sacred. Nonrespect can lead to sickness known as staying sickness. See also staying sickness.
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Power Objects in Tibetan Buddhism: The Life, Writings, and Legacy of Sokdokpa Lodr| Gyeltsen
The other is what I call the hidden or esoteric culture, or the folk beliefs, superstitions, urban legends, power words, mystical spots and power objects.
Even the Portuguese missionaries who began arriving in Central Africa in 1483 thought the power objects were potent.
A Practical Path to Authenticity,” shaman and founder of the Last Mask Center for Shamanic Healing Christina Pratt notes that there is nothing quite as powerful as making your own power objects and shamanic tools.
What Martin does in "Theatre of the World" is precisely the reverse--he elevates modern and contemporary artworks to the status of fetishes, power objects on the same footing as grave goods and sacred icons.
It will allow pupils to investigate how they work, how the energy can be stored and how it can be used to power objects within the school.
These power objects can be as tangible as tombstones or as abstract as pork futures.
Power objects are small items chosen by each resident that connect them to a source of support.
Spirits are understood as directing individual action "(through dreams, visions, direct encounter, or possession of power objects such as stones, shells, masks, or fetishes).
THIS is the true story behind Indiana Jones as it tells how Hitler and the Nazis launched a quest to find the power objects from history and prove the myths of Atlantis, the Holy Grail and an ancient German Master Race.