Sacred music and dance are fundamental to the Santo Daime religion. While the rituals and music originated with a very few hymns, sung by a small group in the Brazilian Amazon, the practice of these spiritual works in diverse parts of the world since it began expansion around the beginning of the s has given rise to a significant body of music, in many languages. Daimistas from Brazil and other countries have contributed to this growing genre, while continuing to sing the principle hinarios in Portuguese. Among adherents to the doctrine, songs tend to be referred to as 'received'  from a spiritual source rather than written from the writers mind alone and confirmed by their use in ritual.
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Your browser leaves much to be desired. Listening very well to what nature told him, and knowing that it was his mission to bring the Santo Daime to the whole country, he created a community deep into the rainforest, from where he would lead the expansion of the doctrine to the cities of Brazil. The families that were previously formed mostly by peasants and rubber latex workers from the Amazon region, also began to receive middle class people, intellectuals, and artists.
With about inhabitants living an ecologically-aware lifestyle, and a great floating population of visitors, it faces today the challenge of getting ready to play its role as the worldwide headquarters for a spiritual mission whose high quality is widely recognized. The village is now considered a model of rainforest preservation through the practice of a sustainable economy.
Saint Sebastian Day! The patron of the city of Rio de Janeiro! Padrinho, already gathered, gets up from the bed. Madrinha Rita begs padrinho to stand up. The pain at seeing him not responding to his appeals is contagious. Maria Toca and Dodo arrive in the bathroom. Maria Brilhante, Sr. The doctor examines and runs out of courage to say that his heart has stopped. The women around the bed massaged his body, praying God would revive him.
The force that made the request equals the pain that shows. Later son Alfredo interrupted the trip to new groups. Rita shares her pain with each child. Gradually the light of understanding and firmness that surrounds it is visible. It is the master acting, fulfilling his request. The emotion is general, to witness such a serious moment, the departure of an enlightened man from the earth, saying goodbye to the material world.
Embalmed receives honors from illustrious spiritual master giving opportunities for many to resent his last honors. Madrinha Rita implora ao Padrinho que a levante. Madrinha Rita compartilha sua dor com cada filho.
Santo Daime hymns
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