When you see the current conditionof the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, it looks different than it did when it was first made into a tourist destination back in 1970. Based on the Jaya Pangus inscription this site, which currently attracts thousands of travelers each day, has in fact been preserved since Saka year 1103 or 1181 AD. “We got this inscriptional note from Ida Pedanda Wayahan Bun from Griya Sanur, Pejeng” said Operations Manager of the Monkey Forest, I Nyoman Buana.
Appearance of children gamelan players deserves to be thumbed up. They are not only good at playing Balinese traditional gamelan, but also creative and good at dancing. They make mebarung (play together in a face-to-face position) performance with senior artists and they never hesitate, even seems straightforward. All of the materials are presented thoroughly and well.
Barong is a lion-like creature and character in the mythology of Bali. In Balinese mythology, the good spirit is identified as Banas Pati Raja. Banas Pati Raja is the fourth "brother" or spirit child that accompanies a child throughout their life, which is a similar concept to guardian angels. Banas Pati Raja is the spirit which animates Barong. A protector spirit, he is often represented as a lion. The Barong is often portrayed accompanied by two monkeys.
Cultural treasures in Buleleng County have special uniqueness, so that they attract travelers to see and learn the meaning of the tradition. It is without the exception for masegeh or exorcism rite tradition slaughtering 28 calves at Tambakan customary village, Kubutambahan subdistrict. Hundreds of residents denoting the local customary villagers have gathered from the morning to invoke blessing with the hope of being endowed with fortune and offspring, Wednesday (Jul. 1).
The Sunday Market (June 14) at Shankara Resto Sanur, was enlivened by Kadek Suambara from the Ambar Ashram. The topic featured was how to become healthy, wealthy and happy. Suambara explained that our body requires health, the mind wants to be rich and the soul desires happiness.
Mental suffering can cause one to become irritable, touchy, suspicious, anxious and uneasy and can also cause excessively worry, fear without apparent reason, hesitation in making decisions and other such afflictions. Suambara also explained about laughter therapy. He said that when we laugh, there are vibrations occurring that cause weak cells or nerves to become stronger or produce new cells. In addition, laughing is basically exhaling and thus removes carbon dioxide so that the body becomes lighter.
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