Our community engages in rituals in which the community considers to be sacred most of these sacred rituals recognized by our community fit within these categories
honoring the deceased in any way shape or form in which seems appropriate to the individuals in morning.
The sacred practice of the lamplighter’s
the practice of being a temple or effigy guardian
the burning of the effigy specifically built to be burned
the burning of the wooden temple specifically built to be burned
the celebration of the birth
the celebration of a day in which is a sacred day of significance to one’s life or spirituality
the sacred practice of the temple guardians burning the things left behind by members of our community that represent what they are leaving behind and not taking with them throughout their life at temples designed for worship and fellowship and not designed to be burned.
A practice that is spiritual in nature or brings spiritual fulfillment to an individual, as long as that practice does not cause or create harm to others
the sacred practice of mass gatherings for spiritual or moral purpose or objectives