The Japanese Shinto Buddhist people do the fiery ritual of the fact that their religious priest, priestesses and followers to urge them to walk around into the fire which will help make them pure and more fearless.
The Yanomami people of Brazil and Venezuela follow this norm of mixing the ashes of their beloved into plantain soup and drinking it which will help them make the spirits of their beloved live in them forever and also to help them remember forever.
In Indonesia, when someone dies, the body of their loved ones are not removed from the house and are instead wrapped and kept there so that their spirit might not leave their body before their burial.
The maasai people of Kenya are the ones who drink the cow’s blood on special occasions. The puncture the jugular vein of the cow and then mix it by the blood of the same cow and drink it, which is both disgusting and alarming.