Eventually, the man who received the woman’s complain will have to negotiate for the ‘magically imbued materials’ – the family’s important belongings placed inside a magical container that the complainant has wrapped during the ritual.Although special foods and beverages will be prepared for the completion of the ritual, men are required to undergo physical sacrifices during the entire period of the Gnivom ritual by ‘fasting’ – a form of sacrifice wherein food intake is prohibited. Before the Gnivom ritual ends, the ‘magical container’ will be placed as the tabletop. Naciremas believe that eating the food and drinks served on top of the magical container will enable them to receive the blessings and protection from the deity as a result of participating in the Gnivom ritual.As part of the holy procedure, gift giving in the form of dried wood pulp and sacrifices during the Gnivom ritual symbolizes good physical health, happiness, harmony within the family circle, prosperity and financial wealth among the Naciremas.‘Naol Knab’ is a religious group that is being followed by most of the elderly Naciremas. Those individuals who are not followers of Naol Knab including those young individuals regardless of whether or not they are married as considered the ‘Brol-D’nal’ group. Some of the Naol Knab individuals and the Brol-D’nal are required to give their monthly contribution in a form of gift to the temple priests and priestess.‘Yraterces’ (pronounced as ee-rot’-er-sees) are group of highly trained women. Managing Global Diversity: Nacirema Case.
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