Walking on fire! [Lithuanian Ethnic Traditions]


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    Published on Aug 11, 2019
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    Before the country became Christianised, Lithuanians were pagan who praised and venerated nature. Nature was worshiped In Lithuania for centuries. They believed in nature deities because they were wholly dependent on nature and its whims. For hundreds of years, many legends were told about Lithuanian customs and the local reverence for nature. Newcomers believed that the health, beauty, and bravery of Lithuanian people was a gift from the wondrous and generous nature of Lithuania.

    Firewalking is the act of walking barefoot over a bed of hot embers or stones. Firewalking has been practiced by many people and cultures in all parts of the world. It is often used as a rite of passage, as a test of an individual's strength and courage, or in religion as a test of one's faith.

    Firewalking is frequently held to imply that the feat requires the aid of a supernatural force, strong faith, or on an individual's ability to focus on "mind over matter". Since the 20th century, this practice is often used in corporate and team-building seminars and self-help workshops as a confidence-building exercise.

    The video was filmed in The park of energetic
    labyrinths and geometric shapes, Lithuania
    Equipment used: CANON 700D
    Editor: my lovely wife @kamile.

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