This guy is weird:
Now that’s stated and out in the open, we can look at spirituality in Kyrat from a serious perspective for you travelers.
Kyrat is a very spiritual place.
This place is not only for those requiring breakneck action. Soothing, soul-replenishing calm will refill your energy levels.
While taking parting in these rituals as a tourist may not actually do a damn thing, it serves as a pretty decent way of calming down after checking sights, flying around doing every activity imaginable.
They have this incense, that means when you burn it, it smells. Spirituality? Does it work? I don’t know. All i know is i want a bag of chips.
– Reckless Reporter
Most Kyratis treat spirituality as a bunch of traditions and do not take it too seriously, while others take it to the extreme.
One variant of the incense they use is pretty relaxing. Maybe a bit too relaxing. Chill, even.
Hindu-ish spirituality isn’t the only variant present in these lands.
A guy named Longinus is totally hooked on the psalms and knows them by heart. He can teach you the main verses to justify warfare and such, if you are ever in need of that (you never know).
He can supply you with weapons for hunting as well. No matter the size of your prey.
“You must strive to be a lion, not a lamb. And a lion needs teeth.”
Traveling around Kyrat, experiencing the spiritual expressions can be fun and rewarding. Just remember to keep a critical eye and a sceptic mind before getting dragged to deep into the stuff.
Not all religious, spiritual, cultural traits are necessarily a good thing to bring along on the path to enlightenment.
Every philosophy, religion, cult, culture and the like, has their share of extreme cooks. Staying away from the craziest of them is a fairly good guideline to keeping your sanity.
Quick tip: Anyone claiming to know anything whatsoever about any afterlife? GTFO ANLB (And never look back).
Spirituality – Best enjoyed responsibly
Next up, let’s look more closely at the wonderful culture of Kyrat!