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    Legends about origami.

    Our world is ninety percent dependent on how we perceive it. Feelings and emotions are an integral part of human existence. It is these manifestations of shaping our attitude towards certain things, events and phenomena. If we hear from all that painting - it's fine when you met her at a subconscious level, we strive to find in it is beautiful, what have heard so much.

    History of origami - Legends of origami



    Perhaps it is to awaken curiosity and craving for new students, an origami master came up with a variety of stories - legends about the importance of origami in human life and history in general. The most important and well-known legend about the Japanese art is directly linked to the most relevant and important origami - paper cranes.

    In the East the crane is a symbol of love, faith and hope. Since ancient times people believe that if we make thousands of such figures, and then gave away all their friends and acquaintances, then turns very, very long cherished desire.

    The very legend goes something like this. Once upon a time on earth lived a very poor master who dedicated his life to origami and has been remarkably kind to everyone and everything that surrounded him. He has all day consisted of sheets of different figures, and then distributed to children.

    But once he met on the road traveling monk and gave him a figure of crane. The monk was touched. Then he said: "put their figures on. Importantly - your belief in their importance. Even if the war around, stay true to his art, and it will thank you by making you rich and famous. "

    Soon after, however, by the prophecy of a monk war began. Young had gone to fight, but end in horror and could not see. Only a poor artist stubbornly continued to plague the paper on their figures. Angry people decided to burn his shop. But when they were in it, they were amazed at the diversity and magnificence of the figures.

    History of origami - Legends of origami



    Then the master gave each a figure on the soul and taste. At the front of the guests turned to the master list of crane, which immediately flapped his wings and flew away - he was a messenger of peace. People believed in ourselves, were inspired by and soon the victory was for them.

    After the Second World War, Crane became a symbol of peace and freedom. And also a symbol of deliverance from the threat of nuclear and radiation sickness. This is associated with a certain legend, which is very similar to the true story and tells the story of a girl named Sadako Sasaki. She was born in 1943 and in 1945 during the bombing of Hiroshima killed her parents.

    She herself was ill with radiation sickness. At the hospital she began to put figures in the paper. Baby believed that the story about thousands of cranes, which grant their wishes - genuine truth. Dreaming of a recovery, it is one of the other folded paper cranes and asked for peace on the planet.

    But the dream never came true. Folded only 644 crane, the girl died Oct. 25, 1955. But the idea was picked up a lot of people around the world. And with new crane steel "arrive" in the museum world. Thus, a small paper crane became a symbol of peace.

    According to another legend origami store in a portion of the human soul, which it did. It is believed that adding the figures, the master puts in their part of himself. They say that once a rich man rewarded by giving him a big origamny ball. But he found no use for it at home and gave his old mother, who lived separately.

    One day her son got sick, but evil sister in law did not allow old mother, even at the threshold. Then he died. When his mother came to tell this mournful news, it's already all knew, because the moment of death of her son, a ball, given to them, fell and crumbled to pieces.

    Create origami is just in a good mood. The Japanese believe that all products made in a bad mood, it is necessary to burn. Never should such figures give friends so they are not attacked, no sickness. And if the gift wizard at some point will be broken, torn or thrown away, it is already sick master himself. It is for this reason origamisty asked to keep his gift as a talisman, and rarely give their wares to strangers.

    At the same time, people believe in the success and good luck charms are bringing the origami. Therefore, they are often used as symbols. For example, a well-known icon car company Mitsubishi is nothing like origami. One has only to believe in the virtue of good figures, it immediately becomes almost a magic talisman for good luck. About this tells us another very interesting legend.

    One rich girl does not want to accept courting poor boy. And every day he put them on her windowsill bouquet of flowers. But then winter came. Fresh flowers were more to be found. Then he started making them out of paper, putting them all my love. Usually the flowers from the window sill threw the maid, but once forgot to do it.

    And she still picked up a beautiful paper narcissus that exudes a genuine, lively flavor. The girl put a flower in the casket and the next day discovered that still smell really comes from a paper flower. Then she was touched, I realized how strong the love of the poor young man and took his courtship.

    Origami really have a special energy. One parapsychologist decided to measure the bio-energy origami products. He was stunned when he found that in areas where ornaments are used as origami, positive energy is many times greater than the energy in ordinary rooms. Therefore, origami even try to apply for medicine.

     

     








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