As soon as the dolls head slightly went down three dogs appeared, a black dog, a white dog and a chihuahua. This dream happened about 4 weeks ago. Today before I took a I was reading about the orishas and then I fell asleep dreamed that I was explaining to a little girl happily (that was crying from getting bullied) what each orisha meant.
Jan 04, 2008 · He is an ironworker for the Orishas and he works around the clock without any rest. He is known for his strong temper and is also said that he can be dangerous. There are several tools thatt are attributed and represented by this Orisha: The Knife, The anvil, The pick, The chisel, The hammer, The Rake and The Spade and. Apr 06, 2011 · I learned that worshipers must give him his due before messages will pass clearly and unencumbered between the supplicant and the Orishas. I knew this when I began working with Oya, however, I was unsure if this was a rule or a friendly guideline because in our initial contact, Oya and I had little trouble communicating. So-called visitation dreams or dreams in which we meet with our deceased friends or relatives can make us particularly nervous. Whenever visitation dreams occur, we will notice that the appearance of our deceased loved ones in our dream is not accidental. The encounter with a deceased relative has a precise meaning. Oct 29, 2015 · As the Orisha of change, She brings down the dead wood to make room for the new, and She uses her machete or sword to clear a path for new growth. She is believed to watch over the newly dead and assist them as they make the transition from life.She can manifest as winds ranging from the gentlest breeze to the raging hurricane or cyclone. Feb 11, 2016 · Let's try to find the meaning in all things for ourselves. then if we get no answer in a month....seek assistance. because spirit will always answer you. We all have our answers inside us already ...
Orunmila. Orunmila is known as “Eleri ipin Ibikeji Oludumare – Witness to all choice of destiny second only to The Supreme Being”. Although not the oldest of the Orisa, Orunmila was there when we decided our destinies and will know when we leave Aye, if we’ve realized those destinies or not. Dreams of Orisha I have been on the fence about learning more about Santeria and other African Traditional Religions for awhile now. Mainly, it was to connect back to my heritage (I’m African American).
Dreams of the Orisha and an interest in the religion usually mean that the Orisha are calling you. You should try to find a Santero/a or a Babalawo who can divine for you so you can hear what the Orisha are trying to tell you. The interactive day-long training, Sat, Jan 18th, 11am-5pm, will provide a deeper foundation for Ifa/Orisha traditions of West Africa and the African Diaspora. This is a great entry point for those with draw to Orisha ways but not sure where to begin with questions of personal practice, lineage, and training. The interactive day-long training, Sat, Jan 18th, 11am-5pm, will provide a deeper foundation for Ifa/Orisha traditions of West Africa and the African Diaspora. This is a great entry point for those with draw to Orisha ways but not sure where to begin with questions of personal practice, lineage, and training. Ebo – sacrifice, ceremony and ritual. Where a consultation is the first step on the path to improved life, Ebo follows as a close second. Every time we Consult Ifa, there is a prescription for evolution and success, to surmount the odds or cement the odds in our favor, to dance through the tribulation and ultimately create a successful outcome. This is where the custom of using the dilogún shells comes from. Santeros and Santeras do consultas with the cowries, whereas Babalawos (priests of Orula) use the epuele chain. Patakis tell us that Yemaya is the daughter of Olokun, she was the wife at different times of Obatalá, Orula, Agayú, Babalú Aye, Orisha Oko, and in some stories, Ogún. Apr 01, 2017 · The Yoruba Religion: Introduction to its Practice [Conrad E. Mauge] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An intellectually stimulating & informative introduction to the practice of the fastest growing African religion in the Americas.