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KCI등재 학술저널

몽골의 샤마니즘 의식으로써의 춤

샤만춤과 흉그리부지그를 중심으로

Mongolians, who are traditionally nomads, have believed in the foundation of their lives which is the nature, particularly the sky and the earth from ancient times. It is clearly proved by several historical records and remains that they have believed in and have communicated with spiritual power through Shamans. This study mainly focuses on Shaman dance, so called Böögiin bujig, and Khengereg bujig among the dances of shamanic ritual. The primary goal of the paper is to find out the origins and the spread of these two dances including the changing patterns of each generation from ancient times to the modern days, until they became one of the traditional dance in present day. Many of the scholars agreed that Böögiin bujig and Khengereg bujig originated from shamanism. Therefore, in order to understand these dances, it is necessary to understand the background of these dances, the shamanism and the rituals of shamanism. The paper highlights the views of the scholars in Mongolia and in abroad about these two dances, which have settled as one of the traditional dances to this day, starting with shamanism in history. In addition, the paper tried to examine the existing records to figure out the process, current status and the changes in the people’s mind that how the dances passed down from ancient to modern times more than just part of shamanic faith and ritual.

1. 서론

2. 역사 속 샤마니즘

3. 샤마니즘 속 샤만춤

4. 샤마니즘과 흉그리부지그

5. 결론

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