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    My guess is you would see Zoroastrianism before you see either of those two.
     
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    Exotic and Bold, your spiritual connection to patterns aligns you most with the Egyptian ways of religion. With a spiritual mindset that wavers between monotheistic and polytheistic, your spirituality is more about grasping the patterns, mechanics, and meaning of life in broad scope - rather than adhering to any specific ideals. For you, great importance is placed upon the quality of this journey - this life - and what it will lead to for the afterlife and beyond.

    "The Egyptians saw time in the present as a series of recurring patterns, whereas the earliest periods of time were linear. Myths are set in these earliest times, and myth sets the pattern for the cycles of the present. Present events repeat the events of myth, and in doing so renew maat, the fundamental order of the universe. Amongst the most important episodes from the mythic past are the creation myths, in which the gods form the universe out of primordial chaos; the stories of the reign of the sun god Ra upon the earth; and the Osiris myth, concerning the struggles of the gods Osiris, Isis, and Horus against the disruptive god Set." - Egyptian Mythology via Wikipedia
     
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    Hinduism
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    Wise and Stoic, your spirituality is aligned with the Hindu religion. Balance and inner peace, for you, is achieved through daily happiness and doing right not only by others but by yourself as well. A large part of your spirituality is the regard of Karma and all of its implications. Karma is directly reflected through your actions, and has a direct impact on reincarnation - another aspect of spirituality you may be in tune with.

    "Technically not a single religion, the term Hinduism actually refers to a number of similar beliefs and practices that originated in India. An overarching theme of Hinduism is the quest for "moksha," the idea of karma and the belief in reincarnation. According to Hindu thought, humans have an eternal soul that is continually reborn in many forms according to their actions in previous lives. Karma describes the consequences that result from these actions, and Hinduism teaches that individuals can improve their karma through prayer, sacrifice and various other forms of spiritual, psychological and physical disciplines. Ultimately, by following the right paths, a Hindu may be released from rebirth and achieve moksha."
     
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    Druidism
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    Intuitive with nature-based faith, Your spirit is aligned with the Earth and the ways of the Druids. Adventurous and reflective, to you spirituality concerns the here and now and not what is to follow. Nature is your temple, and if meditation is not already a large part of your spirituality we greatly recommend it becoming so. As a religion focused around nature, Druidism's ceremonies are organized around the two solstices, the two equinoxes and the 13 lunar cycles.
     
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    Druid

    Intuitive with nature-based faith, Your spirit is aligned with the Earth and the ways of the Druids. Adventurous and reflective, to you spirituality concerns the here and now and not what is to follow. Nature is your temple, and if meditation is not already a large part of your spirituality we greatly recommend it becoming so. As a religion focused around nature, Druidism's ceremonies are organized around the two solstices, the two equinoxes and the 13 lunar cycles.

    "A strongly nature-based religion, Druidism emerged from the practices of shamanism and sorcery in prehistoric times. A major theme of Druidism is that all actions should be guided by doing no harm, even to oneself. Aside from harming the Earth or others, the Druids hold that there is no sin. According to the Druids, humans are just a small part of the Earth, which in turn is a single living being inhabited by gods and spirits of all kinds.Although early Christians attempted to suppress Druidism due to its polytheistic pagan beliefs and accused its followers of practicing cruel sacrifices, the Druids were actually a peaceful people who worshipped more through meditation and reflection than sacrificial acts. Any sacrifices were usually done on animals, which were then used for food." - Discovery.com
     
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    Hinduism
    Wise and Stoic, your spirituality is aligned with the Hindu religion. Balance and inner peace, for you, is achieved through daily happiness and doing right not only by others but by yourself as well. A large part of your spirituality is the regard of Karma and all of its implications. Karma is directly reflected through your actions, and has a direct impact on reincarnation - another aspect of spirituality you may be in tune with.

    "Technically not a single religion, the term Hinduism actually refers to a number of similar beliefs and practices that originated in India. An overarching theme of Hinduism is the quest for "moksha," the idea of karma and the belief in reincarnation. According to Hindu thought, humans have an eternal soul that is continually reborn in many forms according to their actions in previous lives. Karma describes the consequences that result from these actions, and Hinduism teaches that individuals can improve their karma through prayer, sacrifice and various other forms of spiritual, psychological and physical disciplines. Ultimately, by following the right paths, a Hindu may be released from rebirth and achieve moksha."
     
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    Druidism

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    Intuitive with nature-based faith, Your spirit is aligned with the Earth and the ways of the Druids.
    Adventurous and reflective, to you spirituality concerns the here and now and not what is to follow.
    Nature is your temple, and if meditation is not already a large part of your spirituality we greatly
    recommend it becoming so. As a religion focused around nature, Druidism's ceremonies are organized
    around the two solstices, the two equinoxes and the 13 lunar cycles.

    "A strongly nature-based religion, Druidism emerged from the practices of shamanism and sorcery
    in prehistoric times. A major theme of Druidism is that all actions should be guided by doing no harm,
    even to oneself. Aside from harming the Earth or others, the Druids hold that there is no sin. According
    to the Druids, humans are just a small part of the Earth, which in turn is a single living being inhabited
    by gods and spirits of all kinds.Although early Christians attempted to suppress Druidism due to its
    polytheistic pagan beliefs and accused its followers of practicing cruel sacrifices, the Druids were
    actually a peaceful people who worshipped more through meditation and reflection than sacrificial acts.
    Any sacrifices were usually done on animals, which were then used for food." - Discovery.com


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    Mayan
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    Curious and existential, your spirituality aligns itself with the ancient ways of the Mayan people. For you, spirituality is defined by the world around you, and how you interpret said world as an individual. Like the Mayans, you seek to categorize and "make sense" of every aspect of life, and in some ways this is the core of your spirituality. This philosophical approach to spirituality allows you to feel connected to not only your surroundings, but to your greater purpose on this Earth.

    "In Maya narrative, the origin of many natural and cultural phenomena is set out, often with the moral aim of defining the ritual relationship between mankind and its environment. In such a way, one finds explanations about the origin of the heavenly bodies (Sun and Moon, but also Venus, the Pleiades, the Milky Way); the mountain landscape; clouds, rain, thunder and lightning; wild and tame animals; the colours of the maize; diseases and their curative herbs; agricultural instruments; the steam bath, etc." - via Wikipedia


     
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    Buddhism. :)
     
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    Egyptian
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    Exotic and Bold, your spiritual connection to patterns aligns you most with the Egyptian ways of religion. With a spiritual mindset that wavers between monotheistic and polytheistic, your spirituality is more about grasping the patterns, mechanics, and meaning of life in broad scope - rather than adhering to any specific ideals. For you, great importance is placed upon the quality of this journey - this life - and what it will lead to for the afterlife and beyond.

    "The Egyptians saw time in the present as a series of recurring patterns, whereas the earliest periods of time were linear. Myths are set in these earliest times, and myth sets the pattern for the cycles of the present. Present events repeat the events of myth, and in doing so renew maat, the fundamental order of the universe. Amongst the most important episodes from the mythic past are the creation myths, in which the gods form the universe out of primordial chaos; the stories of the reign of the sun god Ra upon the earth; and the Osiris myth, concerning the struggles of the gods Osiris, Isis, and Horus against the disruptive god Set." - Egyptian Mythology via Wikipedia
     
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    It seems that I have changed in the past year. Now, I am a druid. :m155:


    Druidism
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    Intuitive with nature-based faith, Your spirit is aligned with the Earth and the ways of the Druids. Adventurous and reflective, to you spirituality concerns the here and now and not what is to follow. Nature is your temple, and if meditation is not already a large part of your spirituality we greatly recommend it becoming so. As a religion focused around nature, Druidism's ceremonies are organized around the two solstices, the two equinoxes and the 13 lunar cycles.

    "A strongly nature-based religion, Druidism emerged from the practices of shamanism and sorcery in prehistoric times. A major theme of Druidism is that all actions should be guided by doing no harm, even to oneself. Aside from harming the Earth or others, the Druids hold that there is no sin. According to the Druids, humans are just a small part of the Earth, which in turn is a single living being inhabited by gods and spirits of all kinds.Although early Christians attempted to suppress Druidism due to its polytheistic pagan beliefs and accused its followers of practicing cruel sacrifices, the Druids were actually a peaceful people who worshipped more through meditation and reflection than sacrificial acts. Any sacrifices were usually done on animals, which were then used for food." - Discovery.com
     
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    Guess it's my turn to necro a bit :p

    A question I was torn about was whether to say Astro or Earth/Nature. As the former belongs to the latter for me, it kind of made it clear despite the muddy answers.


    Druidism

    Intuitive with nature-based faith, Your spirit is aligned with the Earth and the ways of the Druids. Adventurous and reflective, to you spirituality concerns the here and now and not what is to follow. Nature is your temple, and if meditation is not already a large part of your spirituality we greatly recommend it becoming so. As a religion focused around nature, Druidism's ceremonies are organized around the two solstices, the two equinoxes and the 13 lunar cycles.

    "A strongly nature-based religion, Druidism emerged from the practices of shamanism and sorcery in prehistoric times. A major theme of Druidism is that all actions should be guided by doing no harm, even to oneself. Aside from harming the Earth or others, the Druids hold that there is no sin. According to the Druids, humans are just a small part of the Earth, which in turn is a single living being inhabited by gods and spirits of all kinds.Although early Christians attempted to suppress Druidism due to its polytheistic pagan beliefs and accused its followers of practicing cruel sacrifices, the Druids were actually a peaceful people who worshipped more through meditation and reflection than sacrificial acts. Any sacrifices were usually done on animals, which were then used for food." - Discovery.com
     
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    Also got Druid...

    Now the question should be, why do so many INFJs here end up testing as Druid?
    Not that that quiz is uber-scientific, lol.
    But still, there seems to be a preference and correlations amongst those who took the test here.
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    Buddhism

    Kind and thoughtful, your spirit is in line with the practices of Buddhism. More at peace with philosophy than religion, your spirituality rests within wells of knowledge and wisdom. You have a deep appreciation for life and the makings of our reality. For you, knowledge is sacred - as are acts of kindness and sincerity. Buddhism centers on happiness and wisdom, and the sanctity of inner peace - all things you hold in high regard.

    "Underpinning all of Buddhist thought are the Four Noble Truths:

    All existence is pain.
    All pain is caused by human cravings.
    Detachment from craving will end pain.
    There is an eightfold path that leads to the end of pain.
    Buddhism avoids paying much attention to deities, but places great importance on self-discipline, meditation and compassion. It is through these avenues that its followers achieve the equivalent of a spiritual union with higher powers. As a result, Buddhism is sometimes regarded more as a philosophy than a religion [source: Losch]." - Discovery.com

     
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    What else?
     
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    Druidism

    Intuitive with nature-based faith, Your spirit is aligned with the Earth and the ways of the Druids. Adventurous and reflective, to you spirituality concerns the here and now and not what is to follow. Nature is your temple, and if meditation is not already a large part of your spirituality we greatly recommend it becoming so. As a religion focused around nature, Druidism's ceremonies are organized around the two solstices, the two equinoxes and the 13 lunar cycles.

    "A strongly nature-based religion, Druidism emerged from the practices of shamanism and sorcery in prehistoric times. A major theme of Druidism is that all actions should be guided by doing no harm, even to oneself. Aside from harming the Earth or others, the Druids hold that there is no sin. According to the Druids, humans are just a small part of the Earth, which in turn is a single living being inhabited by gods and spirits of all kinds.Although early Christians attempted to suppress Druidism due to its polytheistic pagan beliefs and accused its followers of practicing cruel sacrifices, the Druids were actually a peaceful people who worshipped more through meditation and reflection than sacrificial acts. Any sacrifices were usually done on animals, which were then used for food." - Discovery.com



    Spirituality to me is looking inward, meditating and reflecting, so I think it fits. :)
     
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