• 01:18

    Family Business with Akwete Tyehimba - ANU Asafo

    in Spirituality

    Family Business 


    Join KM for this week's segment of ANU Asafo as she talks with Akwete Tyehimba of Pan African Connection Bookstore located in Dallas, TX.  The Pan African Connection Bookstore has been a significant contributor for African centered books, art, and community activities.  In this week's show Akwete Tyehimba shares with us the importance of having a family business, the significance of African culture, and how her family's mission to have an impact on their community has been the focal point of the bookstore.


    The ANU spiritual Order is a way of learning that allows the student to place themselves at the center of the learning experiences as opposed to memorizing rituals, names, and protocol that serve little when it comes down to reality reconstruction.


    For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com/SH/Spiritual-Training


    For readings go to: Saduluhouse.org/SH/spiritual-services-and-products/spiritual-reading/


     

  • 01:07

    ANU Asafo, Transformation, & Esu Shango

    in Spirituality

    The concept of the “Asafo”, originating from the people of Ghana, means warrior people.   The terms “Asa” meaning war and “fo” meaning people.  Therefore when combined the terms “Asa”  and “fo” mean warrior scholars.   The Asafo used their intellect and scholarship to inform and protect their community from outsiders who came to invade their land.   Therefore, ANU Asafo welcomes you to learn about scholarship and strategies for your community.


    The Enlightenment and Transformation network show, ANU Asafo is a show where Pan-Afrikanism meets Afrikan traditional spirituality and is hosted by students of the ANU Spiritual Order, as well as parented by Chief Jegna H. Yuya Assaan ANU.  ANU Asafo delves into various topics, and interviews a wide variety of guests that deliver information that is pertinent and vital to the spiritual community such as “Grounding and Spirituality” and “Energy and healing”.


    Join us this Sunday as we discuss the transformation through knowledge with the creator of the Facebook page  "The Yoruba Society", Esu Shango. 


    When you’re not listening to Enlightenment and Transformation’s “ANU Asafo” segment, make sure to check out anunation.org for the calendar of upcoming ANU Nation events as well as to sign up for the ANU Nation newsletter.  In addition, if you or someone you know is interested in registering for and becoming a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training courses please visit www.saduluhouse.org.


    Join us on Sundays at 1:00p.m. for an hour and a half of riveting information on scholarship and strategies for the community on the Enlightenment and Transformation BlogtalkRadio network show “ANU Asafo”.  We thank you for your listening support.  Be well!

  • 00:52

    ANU Asafo & Dr. Nalani Valentine - Alternative Medicine

    in Spirituality

    Nalani Valentine ND, PhD, (known as Dr. Nalani) -is a Naturopathic Doctor of the Hygienic Sciences. She is the founder of New York’s Heal by Touch Wellness Oasis, Co-Director of The Self-Healing Education Center in New York City, and Co-founder ofThe University of Kemetian Sciences Online.


    She is a member of the American Nutraceutical Association, (ANA), the American Massage Therapy Association, a nationally certified New York State Licensed Massage Therapist, the International Association of Color Therapy (IAC), and the “Home Life” Educator of the Deltona Women’s Association—a chapter of the National Women’s Association whose sole function is raising money for deserving charities.  In 1996, Dr. Nalani was diagnosed with breast cancer. She healed herself, using the same principles that are in her book, 7 Steps to Healing and Wellness, Using Essential Oils and the Kybalion as a Guide, without the use of pharmaceutical medication, and she has been cancer-free ever since.  Dr. Nalani enjoys helping people see the connection between what we eat and the quality of our health. In her sincere, people-friendly manner, she takes the mystery out of the healing process, while empowering her clients to take control of their own lives.


    If you enjoy the “ANU Asafo” segment, and would like to ask a question or make a comment live on air, dial 347. 945.7680 and press the number one to speak to the hosts.  If you would like to know more about episodes on the Enlightenment & Transformation network please visit us at www.enlightenmentandtransformation.com.

  • 01:19

    New Orleans - Education for the African Village - ANU Asafo

    in Spirituality

    New Orleans - Education for the African Village


    In the wake of Hurrican Katrina and the issues heaped upon the city of New Orleans there lies a movement ventered around a place called the "Black Star Cafe". In this segment we speak to Baakir Tyehimba.


    Baakir is better known for the work that he's done creating recreation spaces for children in Algiers point (http://youtu.be/6JdAqVSdp1U).


    Baakir is in the process of estahlishing what he calls a "Little Africa" in the midst of Algiers point. In this space he will establish street names and outlets that will reflect the Afrakan culture that he pivots his work upon.

  • 01:47

    ANU Asafo Global Spirituality & Olorisa Marcus Akinlana - Spirituality

    in Spirituality

    Olorisa Marcus Akinlana is an artist as well as an art gallery owner; a Sango priest; a martial artist/instructor; and a drummer/musician.  Both, his Gallery/ILE/martial arts studio/music school are all located in the New Orleans French Quarter.  Listen to ANU Asafo 4/20 to find out more!


    If you enjoy the “ANU Asafo” segment, and would like to ask a question or make a comment live on air, dial 347. 945.7680 and press the number one to speak to the hosts.  To gain more information about the hosts of ANU Asafo, click “hosts” at the top of this page.  Also, every last Sunday of the month the students of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course are guests of the show, therefore if you are are a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course, and would like to be a guest on the student show email omilade@saduluhouse.org.


    When you’re not listening to Enlightenment and Transformation’s “ANU Asafo” segment, make sure to check out anunation.org for the calendar of upcoming ANU Nation events as well as to sign up for the ANU Nation newsletter.  In addition, if you or someone you know is interested in registering for and becoming a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training courses please visit www.saduluhouse.org.


    Join us on Sundays at 1:00p.m. for an hour and a half of riveting information on scholarship and strategies for the community on the Enlightenment and Transformation BlogtalkRadio network show “ANU Asafo”.  We thank you for your listening support.  Be well!


     


     

  • 01:25

    ANU Asafo, Noble Gallileo Anpu, & the Umfundi

    in Spirituality

    Noble Anpu Galileo


    Author, Astrologer, Teacher, Philanthropist, and Founder of My Astrology Coach. Anpu embarked on his journey in this lifetime in 2010 when he decided to accept his full time calling to serve the people. From his famous world predictions in which he writes 3 months in advance called "Portal into the Cosmos" to hosting ceremonies in honor of our ancestors on sacred land here in America, Anpu is highly sought after and is truly the Ambassador of the Aquarius Age! To learn more about Anpu please visit http://www.myastrologycoach.com/portal-into-the-cosmos-1st-quarter-2014/


    If you enjoy the "ANU Asafo" segment, and would like to ask a question or make a comment live on air, dial 347. 945.7680 and press the number one to speak to the hosts.  Also, every last Sunday of the month the students of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course are guests of the show, therefore if you are are a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course, and would like to be a guest on the student show email omilade@saduluhouse.org.


    When you're not listening to Enlightenment and Transformation's "ANU Asafo" segment, make sure to check out anunation.org for the calendar of upcoming ANU Nation events as well as to sign up for the ANU Nation newsletter.  In addition, if you or someone you know is interested in registering for and becoming a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training courses please visit www.saduluhouse.org.


    Join us on Sundays at 1:00p.m. for an hour and a half of riveting information on scholarship and strategies for the community on the Enlightenment and Transformation BlogtalkRadio network show "ANU Asafo".  We thank you for your listening support.  Be well!

  • 01:32

    ANU Asafo, Your Vital Energy, & Rev. James Lamb - Energy Healing

    in Spirituality

    This ANU Asafo show features Rev. James Lamb of Pine Bluff, AR, the author of the book BLACK, which is his semi-auto-biographical text on the African-American Story in America.  Along with our featured guest Rev. James Lamb, we have the segment your vital energy by Tamu Ngina and an interesting segment by Esulokan.  


    If you enjoy the “ANU Asafo” segment, and would like to ask a question or make a comment live on air, dial 347. 945.7680 and press the number one to speak to the hosts.  To gain more information about the hosts of ANU Asafo, click “hosts” at the top of this page.  Also, every last Sunday of the month the students of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course are guests of the show, therefore if you are are a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course, and would like to be a guest on the student show email omilade@saduluhouse.org.


    When you’re not listening to Enlightenment and Transformation’s “ANU Asafo” segment, make sure to check out anunation.org for the calendar of upcoming ANU Nation events as well as to sign up for the ANU Nation newsletter.  In addition, if you or someone you know is interested in registering for and becoming a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training courses please visit www.saduluhouse.org.


    Join us on Sundays at 1:00p.m. for an hour and a half of riveting information on scholarship and strategies for the community on the Enlightenment and Transformation BlogtalkRadio network show “ANU Asafo”.  We thank you for your listening support.  Be well!

  • 01:23

    ANU Asafo, Fellow Umfundi, and Zion Trinity - Spiritual Discussion Panel

    in Spirituality

    Join us this Sunday as we have one of the umfundi of ANU Spiritual order to discuss his path to and in spirituality as well as the musical guest Zion Trinity. 


    Zion Trinity currently has a CD project called "Spirit of the Orisha" 


    If you enjoy the “ANU Asafo” segment, and would like to ask a question or make a comment live on air, dial 347. 945.7680 and press the number one to speak to the hosts.  To gain more information about the hosts of ANU Asafo, click “hosts” at the top of this page.  Also, every last Sunday of the month the students of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course are guests of the show, therefore if you are are a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course, and would like to be a guest on the student show email omilade@saduluhouse.org.


    When you’re not listening to Enlightenment and Transformation’s “ANU Asafo” segment, make sure to check out anunation.org for the calendar of upcoming ANU Nation events as well as to sign up for the ANU Nation newsletter.  In addition, if you or someone you know is interested in registering for and becoming a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training courses please visit www.saduluhouse.org.


    Join us on Sundays at 1:00p.m. for an hour and a half of riveting information on scholarship and strategies for the community on the Enlightenment and Transformation BlogtalkRadio network show “ANU Asafo”.  We thank you for your listening support.  Be well!


     

  • 01:33

    ANU Asafo, Iya Abiye Awo Agbaye Fayomi Falade Aworeni Obafemi, - African Culture

    in Spirituality

    Meet Iya Abiye Awo Agbaye Fayomi Falade Aworeni Obafemi, an Ifa priestess and Oloya (Chief Priest) at the Ile Iwosan Orunmila Mimo Temple.  Learn more about the Aworeni lineage of Ifa, the role of women in contemporary American Society, and the trails and joys of learning an African Traditional community in the Southwestern part of the American diaspora. 


    Listen to find out more!


    If you enjoy the “ANU Asafo” segment, and would like to ask a question or make a comment live on air, dial 347. 945.7680 and press the number one to speak to the hosts.  To gain more information about the hosts of ANU Asafo, click “hosts” at the top of this page.  Also, every last Sunday of the month the students of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course are guests of the show, therefore if you are are a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training Course, and would like to be a guest on the student show email omilade@saduluhouse.org.


    When you’re not listening to Enlightenment and Transformation’s “ANU Asafo” segment, make sure to check out anunation.org for the calendar of upcoming ANU Nation events as well as to sign up for the ANU Nation newsletter.  In addition, if you or someone you know is interested in registering for and becoming a student of the ANU Spiritual Order Training courses please visit www.saduluhouse.org.


    Join us on Sundays at 1:00p.m. for an hour and a half of riveting information on scholarship and strategies for the community on the Enlightenment and Transformation BlogtalkRadio network show “ANU Asafo”.  We thank you for your listening support.  Be well!

  • 02:32

    A Black Second Amendment Family

    in Politics Conservative

    Asafo Gun Club founder Montu has been an avid shooter and outdoorsmen for over two


    Decades.. He brings to the table in depth knowledge of readiness, survival and defense.


    Montu holds survival and defense courses and classes around the country and is a


    repository of information on such as issues as personal safety, preparedness, crime and


    major national emergencies… He is also the owner of the tactical and outdoor gear store


    Rugged Works

  • 00:27

    ANU Asafo Premiere Episode

    in Spirituality

    ANU Asafo
    African Traditional Religion is an umbrella term generally used by the academic community.  It is used to encompass the oral traditions of indigenous people of Africa that are passed down through the generations and the off shoots of it such as the Orisa, Palo or Akan traditions.  Our hosts favor African Traditional Spirituality because it moves away from the underling connotations of dogma in the word “religion”.    African Traditional Spirituality gives reverence to the primordial energies, the elements, plant and animal life and the movement of the stars and planets.  Some systems kept meticulous oral records in the various tonalities of sounds and words as well as dance and movements.  The Ancestors knew that just as the elements that make up the universe are also present within their bodies they were present in the elements.  Outsiders, through observation and misunderstanding of our spiritual system, create religions to bind individuals to various beliefs for control.  The spiritual calculations whether written or sung were created to tap into greater knowledge of the Supreme Source.  Ifawunmi reminds us that “One cannot forget the Source”.   The contemporary movement of individuals going back to the Source evidenced in terms of the number of people aligning themselves with it and turning to their highest self.  And because it is a personal experience, you are reminded that it is your responsibility to do your end of the bargain. As the Chief says the spirits will not do for you what you are unwilling to do for yourself.   In the discussion our hosts touched on some powerful points such as remembering the Source, the personal and rich experience that draws many people into the tradition as well as the power and use of words. 

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