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Kev Dab Kev Qhuas (Hmong folk spirituality or Miao folk spirituality) is the common ethnic religion of Miao peoples, best translated as the practice of spirituality. The religion is also called Hmongism by a Hmong American church established in 2012 to organize it among Hmong people in the United States. This practice has a blend of animistic theology, the respect between people and natural land spirits, and the understanding of the spirituality that are understood by Miao peoples.

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  • Kev Dab Kev Qhuas (Hmong folk spirituality or Miao folk spirituality) is the common ethnic religion of Miao peoples, best translated as the practice of spirituality. The religion is also called Hmongism by a Hmong American church established in 2012 to organize it among Hmong people in the United States. This practice has a blend of animistic theology, the respect between people and natural land spirits, and the understanding of the spirituality that are understood by Miao peoples.
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  • Kev Dab Kev Qhuas (Hmong folk spirituality or Miao folk spirituality) is the common ethnic religion of Miao peoples, best translated as the practice of spirituality. The religion is also called Hmongism by a Hmong American church established in 2012 to organize it among Hmong people in the United States. This practice has a blend of animistic theology, the respect between people and natural land spirits, and the understanding of the spirituality that are understood by Miao peoples. Although most Hmong people are able to continue to practice kev dab qhuas, due to the many influences of geographical locations, much of kev dab qhuas has incorporated other religious practices such as: Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism, the broader Chinese religion, especially the emphasis on the pattern of the forces of the natural universe and the need of human life to be in accordance with these forces, and many more. Many Hmong people in Asia have either converted to Buddhism or have a blended practice of Buddhism due to the openness and tolerance of Buddhism, and many Hmong Americans and Hmong Australians have adopted Christianity or Buddhism.
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