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Mongolian Shamanism

       The original religion of the Mongols is Shamanism. Although Shamanism is not considered a religion, it is a belief, and worship of the land, water, and sky's spirits. It is a connection between normal people and the spiritual world through extra-sensible people. There are lots of differences between other religions and shamanism. Shamanism has no written scripts of any sort. It is only inherited from the ancestors, and those certain ancestor' spirits become the source of learning. Spirits pick their specifically chosen shaman and it is not possible to become a shaman by learning and practicing.
Mongolian Shamanism has started among Mongol tribes from around 7,000 years ago. Mongolian shamanism survived and still continued to inherit today amongst Mongols' major ethnic groups. There are three main modern shaman ethnicities in Mongolia which are Khalkha, Buryat, Uriankhai these are the noble Mongols who practiced shamanism and worshipped Munkh Tenger (Eternal Sky) commonly known as heaven. Mongolian history is filled with Shamans involvements on the government level, of its government's 2300 years of history.
It’s because of the Khaans (Kings) of Mongol empire, Huns empire, and Xiongnu empire they all had the belief of shamanism and even the Khaans had some abilities of a shaman which is consciously connected with the Munkh Tenger (Eternal Sky).
Mongolian shamans (Buu) and shamanesses (Udgan) are made their comeback after 268 years of foreign religious influences. And it is now possible to meet and counsel with them than ever before. Mongolian shamans have the ability to invite their ancestral spirits into their body, and those ancient spirits have some extraordinary powers. Their spiritual world connection made it possible to communicate with the deceased.  Shaman's accessing into people's past is not a big deal for them. They have incredible knowledge about every human aspect.
They are the actual angels who are vowed to help and heal human, animals, and nature. And gives the most powerful pieces of advice one can expect from this world about their life, growth, and spiritual worlds.
The Great Mongolian Adventures team is working with Mongolian greatest shamans to provide our customers with the rarest, and life-changing experience in the world.
What will you talk about when you meet the angel?

Khan Khentii Shaman Experience 7 days

Travel with Golden Horde shaman or shamaness to the historical places of Chinggis Khaan to the Khan Khentii mountains in the eastern part of Mongolia. We will reach, see and explore the birthplace of Temuujin the son of Yesukhei Baatar to where he is titled the Chinggis Khaan under the Eternal Blue Sky. Chinggis Khaan founded the Mongol Empire in 1206 and he was born and raised by the Onon River in Khan Khentii Mountains, north-eastern part of Mongolia. Chinggis Khaan is the creator of the modern world and named the man of the Millenium.   

Khuvsgul Shaman Experience 10 days

Khuvsgul Lake is located in the northwest of Mongolia near the border to Russia, at the foot of the eastern Sayan Mountains. It is 1,645 m above sea level, 136 km long and 262 m deep. It is the second-most voluminous freshwater lake in Asia and holds almost 70% of Mongolia's fresh water and 0.4% of all the freshwater in the world. Its watershed is relatively small, and it only has small tributaries. It gets drained at the south end by the Egiin Gol, which connects to the Selenge and ultimately into Lake Baikal. In between, the water travels a distance of more than 1,000 km, and a height difference of 1,169 m, although the line-of-sight distance is only about 200 km. Its location in northern Mongolia helps form the southern border of the great Siberian taiga forest, of which the dominant tree is the Siberian Larch. The lake is surrounded by several mountain ranges. The highest mountain is the Burenkhaan / Munkh Saridag (3,492 m), which has its peak north of the lake exactly on the Russian-Mongolian border. The surface of the lake freezes over completely in winter. It's inhabited by nine species of fish including the Siberian grayling, sturgeon and the area is rich with various species of flora and fauna. The area is home to argali wild sheep, ibex, bear, sable, moose and wolves. The region hosts three separate, unique people: Darkhad, Buryat and Tsaatan. Shamanism is the most popular religion in Khuvsgul area. 

Shaman Counsel 7 Days

Most beautiful and sacred mountains with a shaman or shamaness and a helper will travel with you and let you meet the spirits of the mountains and ancestors and counseling them is the goal of this tour. 

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