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Yellow shamanism is the term used to designate a particular version of shamanism practiced in Mongolia and Siberia which incorporates rituals and traditions from Buddhism. "Yellow" indicates Buddhism in Mongolia, since most Buddhists there belong to what is called the "Yellow sect" of Tibetan Buddhism, whose members wear yellow hats during services. The term also serves to distinguish it from a form of shamanism not influenced by Buddhism (according to its adherents), called "black shamanism".

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  • Chamanisme jaune
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  • Le chamanisme jaune est un type de chamanisme pratiqué en Mongolie et Sibérie, qui incorpore par syncrétisme des rituels et traditions du bouddhisme.Le terme « Jaune » indique ici l'école des bonnets jaunes (gelugpa, ceux-ci portant des bonnets jaunes pendant leur service. Il s'agit d'une branche du bouddhisme tibétain (issue du bouddhisme vajrayana), forme principale de bouddhisme en Mongolie. Le terme sert également à distinguer d'une forme de chamanisme influencé, d'après ses adhérents, par le bouddhisme et appelé chamanisme noir.
  • Yellow shamanism is the term used to designate a particular version of shamanism practiced in Mongolia and Siberia which incorporates rituals and traditions from Buddhism. "Yellow" indicates Buddhism in Mongolia, since most Buddhists there belong to what is called the "Yellow sect" of Tibetan Buddhism, whose members wear yellow hats during services. The term also serves to distinguish it from a form of shamanism not influenced by Buddhism (according to its adherents), called "black shamanism".
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  • Le chamanisme jaune est un type de chamanisme pratiqué en Mongolie et Sibérie, qui incorpore par syncrétisme des rituels et traditions du bouddhisme.Le terme « Jaune » indique ici l'école des bonnets jaunes (gelugpa, ceux-ci portant des bonnets jaunes pendant leur service. Il s'agit d'une branche du bouddhisme tibétain (issue du bouddhisme vajrayana), forme principale de bouddhisme en Mongolie. Le terme sert également à distinguer d'une forme de chamanisme influencé, d'après ses adhérents, par le bouddhisme et appelé chamanisme noir.
  • Yellow shamanism is the term used to designate a particular version of shamanism practiced in Mongolia and Siberia which incorporates rituals and traditions from Buddhism. "Yellow" indicates Buddhism in Mongolia, since most Buddhists there belong to what is called the "Yellow sect" of Tibetan Buddhism, whose members wear yellow hats during services. The term also serves to distinguish it from a form of shamanism not influenced by Buddhism (according to its adherents), called "black shamanism".
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