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  • These spiritual items can be associated with Roman Catholicism and other practices like candomblé, curanderismo, espiritismo, macumba and santería, says Wiki.

    Angora Holly Polo: The Get Rich Bubble Bath

  • These spiritual items can be associated with Roman Catholicism and other practices like candomblé, curanderismo, espiritismo, macumba and santería, says Wiki.

    Angora Holly Polo: The Get Rich Bubble Bath

  • Rosa, a student of the healing art of curanderismo, encounters the mythical Native American flute-playing hunchback Kokopelli on a hike among petroglyph-carved volcano cliffs near Albuquerque.

    12/24/2006 - 12/31/2006

  • Other traditional healing practices include Puerto Rican espiritismo, Mexican-American curanderismo, Haitian vodoun, and Hmong folk practices.

    OUR BODIES, OURSELVES

  • Other forms of spiritual healing include curanderismo and Santeria.

    OUR BODIES, OURSELVES

  • While we have the Catholic priest denounce curanderismo, everybody nods - and then they see the curandero

    The Monitor :

  • Retreats at the Temple are open to both male and female participants, and there is an emphasis is on holding genuinely compassionate ceremonies - which can be a refreshing change from the often "macho" world of curanderismo in Peru!

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  • The Latinas you’ll meet are from such diverse fields as molecular biology, toy design, entertainment, social activism, journalism, sports, government, and curanderismo.

    Latina Power!

  • Her book, Woman Who Glows in the Dark, offers readers a look into the world of curanderismo and how it can contribute to one’s physical and emotional wellness.

    Latina Power!

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  • The prayers are for vision, for strength and for wholeness, meaning a kind of rememberedness. In Curanderismo, dreams do offer assistance and direction.

    --Elena Avila and Joy Parker, 1999, Woman Who Glows in the Dark: A Curandera Reveals Traditional Aztec Secrets, p. 7

    (A remarkable passage in having a five-letter monovocalic and a panvocalic.)

    October 4, 2008