Good day Bloggers. A few weeks ago I anounced classes for OMOU that would begin on 24 September 2016. However, I’v e been running behind schedule and so the beginning of classes will be delayed for up to two weeks, since I have not finished formatting the syllabus for the course(s).
11 Sep 2016 11 Comments
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Hello all. OMOU classes will resume again on 24 September 2016. This first course will last for 4 weeks (4 Saturdays). This course topic will be on Obeah. Obeah as a “science” (the philosophy of it), Obeah coming through lineage (bloodline, those who were born for the practice), Obeah as apart of the natural order of spiritual consciousness and awakening. Obeah, malevolent and benevolent (good and bad) as structured in the minds of the participants, and lastly the recognition of Obeah when it is present. More
19 Sep 2016 21 Comments
This woman is currently trying to heal from all the trauma she has been through, especially her loss. She gave me the permission to share her story with you, and this is what I am doing. I share it because, I want you all to be present in your lives, take stock of any unusual occurrences, pay dem mind, note them! I am not telling you to be superstitious, I Obara Meji am a notorious doubtful Thomas. I have to be sure before I claim anything as Obeah/juju, and yet I am a spiritualist/traditionalist, but being overly superstitious can affect your mental health, aldoe “mad people” ah de real spiritualist dem mi nah lie. Even when I realise obeah deh bout, I look to see the reason why, as somethings happens to us for OUR greatest benefit. Wha yuh sey? Yuh nuh undastan dat? Wha yuh sey, Obara drink mad puss piss? Well just ease off lickle bit man and let me explain. More
16 Sep 2016 45 Comments
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Hello to all, I have to share this great news with you all, our blogger Yazzy had a baby girl just an oz shy of seven pounds yesterday and to this we say to God be the glory! This birth (one which Yazzy always wondered if it would ever happen as she had no thought to it, her mind always on work) deserves a post and also celebration because of what Yazzy means to us here on this blog. There was a time when we here on Embracingspirituality felt and acted like a family. Some have gone astray, (perhaps I have been too busy to keep writing everyday as I use to, but I will be on track again very soon, and the family will once again gather) some get bun out by de hands of God caws dem never good in de first place and some turn peepers and sometimers. De bun out one dem mi nuh miss, Yazzy however have been with me through out and for her loyalty, I love her dearly More
20 Aug 2016 12 Comments
Aboru Aboye oooo!, I greet you all in the language of Ifa and of all traditional people, from the holy Odu Ogunda Meji. Today, August 20th 2016, all Orisha People in Nigeria and around the world will celebrate Isese day (e-shay-shay), which is Day of Tradition. Today in Nigeria all Babalawo’s, Iyanifa’s, Olorishas and everyone who practices the traditional way of life which is the practice, worship and veneration of Ifa/Orisha will celebrate this day for all its worth. The appropriate greeting for this day is Isese Lagba (E-shay-shay-Lag-ba) which means tradition is the best way, or tradition is on top of all religions. After someone greets you “Isese Lagba,” you will answer Isese Lagba Gbogbo Wa (E-shay-shay- Bug-bo Wa!) which means tradition will stay with us always.
18 Aug 2016 22 Comments
First I want to thank all who has so far contributed to the Bloggers post, which you can see the page for it on top of the home page marked Contribute a Post. Keep the contributions coming as I enjoy reading them, along with my bloggers, peepers and sometimers. How blessed am I to have you all reading and most especially participating on my humble blog, where I tend to become a silly child in the comment box. Nuh mind me, mi neva had a childhood, (breed young and did haffi grow up fast) so when oonuh start di mad tings dem, the child in me comes out, and I so love her (sucks thumb and smile wid mi black bald head one eye dolly inna mi han). Mth, Yazzy, Cami, and KB and now Prosperity does not make it easy for me to behave as we enemy all share the same padded room ah Bellevue, anyone who has met me in real life knows this is how I truly am, mi love laugh, after all laughter is better than quarrel.
16 Aug 2016 7 Comments
Good day all nice and decent people. Today is the official bloggers contribution day, although I have been sharing it with Tuesday’s, due to the amount of contributions I have received thus far, we praise the lard! Brian aka Aboyade an initiate of the powerful Orisa Oya, has sent in a post. Here is hoping we can chat, so peepers and sometimers come out from hiding and participate. Orisa Oya is a very powerful Orisa as is all of them. Her color is maroon, and she is owner of the wind, breeze, therefore symboling change. Here she is very important because nothing remains constant everything is always changing, and change is important to human development and evolution. In Nigeria you are only initiated to an Orisa if you are from that family and this most especially so with Oya. If the Babalawo checks IFA and the sacred Odu IFA Ogunda/Osa aka Ogunda/Massa appears, it is more likely that you are a child of Oya. Written in the verses of this Odu are tales of this deity too complex to be written here, but I will write on this topic soon on my other blog, www.ifaorishaunveiled.com. More
15 Aug 2016 23 Comments
Good day to every one, this is a short post (I will be very busy today) with the highlights of one of the initiations done the other day. This one that I am showing today is that of initiation to Orisa Obatala. I love this Orisa so much. The man of peace, the wise man, the Orisa who was given the task to create man. To the person who left a comment this morning about Jesus is the only way, please to low mi site and gwey. Go warn pon bus or preach in church, but do not come on my blog like yuh ah fling wud. I respect everyone’s religion, but your comment was not coming from a good place, so nuh mek mi fling mi cyber frock ova mi head and tell yuh some claat. More