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Analysis on Tibetan Folk Philosophy about Life and Its Importance

Huan Geji;South West Minority University Minority Study Center;  
From the perspectives of cultural anthropology and traditional Tibetan philosophy,I have concluded the following on the topic of Tibetan folk philosophy about life:every individual is composed of one's material human body and spiritual soul body.Therefore,there is not a independent real individual exists by nature.Such ideology is deeply rooted among the people and life is continuous,thus,people also believe that living beings are equal and presented in many cultural behaviors based on such ideology.There is a subordinate relationship between"individual"and"social being",and these two tend to be intertwined into one.It is believed that each individual was born with five protectors.People believe that for the prosperous of self,community,and all sentient beings in the whole world,there is equal exchange with the worlds of spirits/gods,from time to time.
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