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omo orisa

Ìwà Pẹ̀lẹ́ (Good Character)

Ìwà Pẹ̀lẹ́(Good Character) is ultimately the basis of moral conduct in Yorùbá Culture and a core defining attribute of an Ọmọlúwàbí. Also, One of the basic concepts of Indigenous Tradition, as the welfare and development in life.

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ori

The Importance Of Ori In Our Lives

Ori is our inner spiritual connection and the veneration of the naturalism of a spirituality . In all spirituality , ori is the connective bond between us and Olodumare. Everyone has Ori irrespective of your religion and spirituality . Ori is ...

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Àwọn Yèyélórìṣà, Akirè Shrine Ilé Ifẹ̀, 2003.

Àwọn Yèyélórìṣà, Akirè Shrine Ilé Ifẹ̀, 2003.

Pitcture was taken by Prof. Moyo Okediji‎ in 2003, he returned to find the group in 2015. But for the two women at the extreme left, all the others had transitioned.

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akodi orisa

Transforming Ìṣẹ̀ṣe Temples, Shrines, Houses Of Worship

Women devotees live in a sanctuary that attends to both their spiritual and physical needs at the Àkòdì Òrìṣà. We train them to produce things that can be marketed. Spirituality is great and necessary. But we also have material needs—which ...

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Àkòdì Òrìṣà

Àkòdì Òrìṣà

Ifa is the past, present and the future Ifa is timeless Because time is part of Ifa,

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Osun!

Ase!

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Taiwo Hassan

Èmi kò fé̩ràn láti máa fe̩nu ko obìnrin lé̩nu nínú eré – Taiwo Hassan

Taiwo Hassan Ọlọ́jọ́ọ̀bí, akọni òṣèré Yollywood tó dáńtọ́ Fẹ́mi Akínṣọlá Yoòbá bọ̀, wọ́n ní èèyàn tó bá monú-ún rò, ọpẹ́ ẹ rẹ̀ yóó lékún bóyá n ló fa sábàbí bí ọ̀gọ̀ọ̀rọ̀ ọmọ Nàìjíríà ti ń darapọ̀ kí àgbà òṣèré Taiwo ...

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Ọya

Ọya

Artist: Henry Drewal (Bàbá Ìṣọ̀lá Olóyè)Title: ỌyaMedium: woodDate: 1965

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Orisha Osun/Oshun is the divinity of soft waters.

She is a divinity of charm, burst, beauty, seduction. Its aspects are found in its hounsis which are very attractive to people with a crazy natural charm.It is a divinity of joy who does not like quarrels, the spite, the ...

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Nike Davies

Yemọja: Nike Davies Okundaye is an Orisa

Is it time to pronounce Oyenike an òrìṣà, at the level of Yemọja, Ọ̀ṣun and Mọ́remí, at the level of Ogun Sango and Obatala? Nowadays, when we mention the word òrìṣà, people immediately think of it only in terms of ...

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