Eastern faiths refer to religions that originated in the Eastern parts of the world, primarily in Asia. Some examples of Eastern faiths include Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Shintoism. These religions often emphasize the importance of meditation, mindfulness, and self-awareness as a means of achieving enlightenment and liberation from suffering. Many Eastern faiths also have a strong emphasis on interconnectedness and the interdependence of all things. Eastern faiths also often incorporate the practice of yoga, tai chi, and other forms of physical and spiritual practices as a means of cultivating inner peace and harmony. These religions have had a profound impact on the development of culture and philosophy in Eastern societies and beyond.