This white metal bowl can be used to hold orisha/ making Osain, holding offerings, and more.
Can also be used for the spiritual basin filled with bluing, water, and cologne for the misa Espiritual for the boveda.
Cuban spiritism is a religious tradition that originated in Cuba in the 19th century and combines elements of Christianity, African spirituality, and the spiritualist movement. It is a syncretic tradition that recognizes the existence of a spiritual world and the ability of humans to communicate with spirits and seek their guidance.
Cuban spiritism is based on the belief that the spirit of a deceased person can be contacted and communicated with through the use of a medium. Mediumship, or the ability to communicate with spirits, is considered a gift that can be developed through practice and discipline.
In Cuban spiritism, spirits are believed to be able to provide guidance and insight to those who seek their help, and spiritist practices often involve seeking the assistance of spirits in order to resolve problems or seek enlightenment. Spiritism is also believed to be a way to connect with the divine and gain a deeper understanding of the spiritual world.
Cuban spiritism has a strong emphasis on ethics and morality, and practitioners are expected to adhere to a code of conduct that includes honesty, respect, and compassion. Spiritism is also a communal tradition, with practitioners often gathering in groups to hold spiritist sessions and participate in rituals and ceremonies.
Cuban spiritism has had a significant influence on the spiritual landscape of Cuba and has contributed to the development of other Afro-Caribbean religions, such as Santería and Vodou. It is a vibrant and dynamic tradition that continues to be practiced by many people in Cuba and other parts of the Caribbean.