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Where Does Aje, The Goddess Of Wealth, Prosperity, Peace, Abundance, Provision And Plenty Reside?

The divine mother and goddess of fortune and wealth resides on our tongue. On our tongue is the abiding dwelling place that Aje, the goddess of wealth, health, harmony, fortunate opportunity and satisfaction resides upon and within.

On our tongue and its power is where all our friendships, connections and relationships take place. Our tongue is saturated with the asé of Aje. If we do not use our tongue properly and wisely, we will land in all sorts of troubles and surely a tongue that gives itself to needless wagging will attract harm, injury and even death.

When we use the tongue with wisdom, kindness, gentle-firmness, skill, understanding and good-will the blessings and power of Aje, the goddess of prosperity, abundance and fortunate opportunities will manifest in our lives.
Ifa said in osa -iwori and I quote ” osa n wole, iwori n wo ode, oun a ba ji jo wo, gege ni gun,
a gun bi oju eja
Adifa fun aje abu fun omo,
Won jija agba nile olodumare, won tile orun bo waye
Won ni ebo ni Ki won se
Nje e jija agba ka woran, owo l’egbon, omo l’aburo,
Ejija agba ka woran.

Translation :
Osa is monitoring the inside
Iwori is monitoring the outside
What both of them monitor become successful
Cast divination for wealth and child
When they were embarking on a journey from heaven do earth, both fighting for seniority
They were ask to make ebbo
Thus, fight to claim seniority so we can see.
Wealth is the senior while child is the junior. (simplify that money is needed to even take care of child, this making money to be senior).

Think before you speak. Not only think what you are to say but know to whom it is that you will be speaking. A right, kind and gentle word at the right moment, at the proper place and to the right person can and will give rise to countless blessings, joys and open doors of plentiful auspicious opportunities, advancement, prosperity and growth.

A harsh, insensitive, mean and demeaning word at the wrong time, at the wrong place and to the wrong person can and will spell disaster, irrecoverable losses, calamity, wrath and life-long regret. Doors of opportunity, honorable recognition and acceptance will close to you if you misuse the power of Aje that is on and within your tongue.
Ogbe-ofun said I quote ” ogbefunfun eyin osa awo aje lodifa fun aje, nijo to n lo re ba oju ore je, won ni ebo ni kiwonse, nje Ki ni n ba oju ore je more, ogbefunfun eyin osa, aje ni ba oju ore je ni more”
Translation :
Ogbefunfun at the back of ocean shore
Cast divination for wealth
that was going to create enemity among two blossom friend,
they were ask to make offering, this they refuse
Eventually, wealth destroy their friendship.

Be sure to rightly nurture, feed and nourish the divine goddess Aje who resides upon and within your tongue. Nourish her with good-will, thoughtfulness, respect, intelligence, kindness and consideration. Do this and she will reveal and manifest her power and skillfulness on your behalf in extraordinary and wonderful ways.

Remember that you words have living power to effect positive or negative changes in your life. A word is like an arrow, once you string it and let it go you will not be able to get it back. It will hit its mark and produce its peculiar effect.

May divine mother Aje be with you and prosper you in all your endeavors. Ase.

Ogbo ato asure iworiwofun.

Source: http://ancestralpridetemple.com/

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