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Forums -> Other Spells Discussion -> Hinduism and Spells?

Hinduism and Spells?
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Post # 1
I'am thinking of converting to Hinduism. Is there any problems or things that Hinduism says about spells?
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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 2
Why are you converting?

Hinduism is largely more about reverence of the various deities and their influence on the world, and so forth.

There's much more to it than that.

If converting is worthwhile regardless of the magical aspect of it, then by all means convert.
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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
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Post # 3
Mysticism is also a part of Hinduism. I have had this same thought, and research on Hinduism has lead me further into mysticism. All the dieties represent one God in his/her auspicious form with different qualities, but they are all the same God just taking different form. I have since decided to learn all I can about any and all religions that interest me. I like to keep an open mind, because you never know what you may find.
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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
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Post # 4
I have several statues (Lakshmi Hindu, Oshun Santeria) of various goddesses from various religions, and I love them all, so whatever you feel is right for you probably is, but only you will know the answer.
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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 5
Based off of what I understand, it isn't a problem. But I think it would be best to discuss it with a few people who are hindu, perhaps find an online community if you are uncomfortable personally approaching someone to ask. I don't think that anyone ever needs to "convert" to a religion. Do you truly need a label? Or would you rather just say "this is what I personally believe". If you feel that the teachings of hinduism makes sense to you, by all means adopt them. But don't stop there. Learn about all religions of past and present. Many have quite a lot of similarities and you may find that there is a little truth in each one. =)
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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
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Post # 6
No I like all Hinduism stuff
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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
By: / Novice
Post # 7

just follow your own beliefs and dont worry about what others think :D

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Re: Hinduism and Spells?
By: / Beginner
Post # 8

Keep in mind that Hinduism isn't very polytheistic, more tripilistic. It's almost monotheistic as Brahman is the one god, and everyone is a spark of Brahman. Brahman is formless. The panthenon is comprised of the Trinity of Brahma (the Creator), Vishnu (the Preserver), (Shiva, the Destroyer). It follows the simple formula of life: being born, living your life to your duties and then die (hence the Destroyer) and return the Brahman. This is a very common teaching in religion, similiar to Chris Penczak's IAO formula or the Fates of Greek mythology. Also any other gods in Hinduism are just other aspects of Brahman, and are technically not true gods.

-Blessed Be :)

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