Spiritual Cleansing in Ecuador




seller splash open market
herbs vendor umbrella
stall liquid stall holder
shade advice sell/sold/sold
sprig patient customer
brick branch brush away
wall aroma stool (2)
pat clean cleanse
spirit market pat down
cap spray sweep away
rub bundle hit/hit/hit
stone mist blow/blew/blown
heal smell traditional





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Head, Face. This video took place in a clinic in New York City. True or false? Were the market hall new and modern, or old and historical?

Eyes, Eyebrows. Was the plaza empty? Was the air clear? Was it very quiet there?

Ears. Were the cleansers or healers wearing white medical coats? Did they have stethoscopes and blood pressure blood pressure monitors?

Mouth, Lips, Teeth. What do the healers do?

Hair, Beard, Mustache. The woman patient or customer was in great pain and suffering. Is this right or wrong?

Neck. Was there only one healer and only one customer?

Shoulders. The healer told the patient, “You have to pay $100. Is this correct or incorrect?

Arms, Elbows. What did you see in the cleansers’ stall or “clinic”?
Hands, Fingers, Thumbs. Are there spiritual healers, shamans or alternative medicine practitioners in your town, city, region and country?

Body, Torso, Chest. My friends and I have undergone alternative medical treatments (eg. hypnotherapy, chiropractic, Ayurveda, homeopathy, naturopathy)?

Back. Do people complain about or have disorders such as stress, anxiety, insomnia, trauma, addiction, lethargy, pain?

Hips. Is there a tradition of folk remedies and cures in your region or country?

Legs, Knees, Thighs, Shins. What might happen in the future?

Foot/Feet, Toes, Ankle. What could or should people do?

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