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Join Yeyefini on the “Ask Yeyefini Show” where she will discuss the reading of the year for the “WORLD” 2013. She will give tidbits of spiritual ceremonies to make this your best year ever.
Call in with your questions and speak with this knowledgeable, spiritual woman of greatness. The call in number is 310-742-1887 and press 1 to speak on the air. You can also call and listen and don’t forget your pen and paper, but if you do, all of the shows are archived and you can return to get any information that you may have missed.
We look forward to hearing you on the radio.
ARE YOU KIDDING????
No, it’s true, Yeyefini has scheduled a special show that will air on November 18, 2012 from 5:00pm-6:00pm. Marsha Sims of “Sort It Out.Net”, the online expert will be on the show speaking on the subject “Dating for Women 50+ years”. She will give us a taste of the two hour show scheduled for November 25, 2012 from 3:00pm-5:00pm.
Am I doing something wrong? Why is it that an attractive, intelligent, and successful woman like me still does not have a date for next weekend? What new skills can I learn to attract a meaning, romantic relationship as a vibrant 50+ year old woman. Is there a magic formula that I don’t have ……or will I remain single and unattached forever? The Ask Yeyefini show will air November 18, 2012. Show time is 5:00pm-7:00pm
To log into the show please go to: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yeyefiniefunbolade/2012/11/04/stay-tuned-for-show-topic
The call in number is: 310-742-1887 if you have a question/comment or want to speak with the host please press the #1.
Yeyefini Efunbolade is one of South Florida's most respected Lukumi/Yoruba priestess, diviner, spiritual counselor, intuitive reader, workshop facilitator and cultural adviser in her field.
This month's ASK YEYEFINI SHOW on Blog Talk Radio she will discuss how the energy of the Orisa, Deity, Obatala can be invoked when we are sometimes challenged with what may seem like insurmountable issues in our life
Obatala's is the energy we call on when we need steady, reliable, clear resolution to problems.
Yeyefini will share some of her 43 yrs of experience as a priestess of Obatala.
She will give recipes, ceremonies, rituals which you can use in your daily life to bring peace and abundance to you, your children, and entire family
Yeyefini Efunbolade discusses the Spiritual Forecast/ Reading of the year of 2014 that she performed on January 1, 2014. At this 6 month's mid-point, she will share techniques and important information to assist you in Renewing, Reviewing many of the resolutions, hopes and dreams you had for yourself 2014.
She will share her book HOUSEHOLD GUIDE FOR YORUBA SPIRITUAL WELLNESS which has many recipies and ceremonies to shift energy, open up spiritual channels that can enhance your life, and open the world of abundance to you.
Sunday March 2nd 2014
Spring 2014 Release, Renew, Revive!
With special guests
Jamal Hester- Founder of the Life Stregnth and Health Holistic CenterNaturalist, Spiritual counselor, Colon therapist, and nutritionist.
Heru Everton Holligan Founder of the Healing Earth Life Products and wellness consultant
Kianga Jinaki - Fiber Artist Priestess of Oshun and profesional doll maker
Listen Live in the chatroom at www.blogtalkradio.com/yeyefiniefunbolade
Call in number 310 742-1887
Please join me Sunday, April 5, 2015 from 5 to 6:30 pm EST for my monthly ASK YEYEFINI RADIOshow!
Join me on this exciting episode as I chat with two phenomenal priests of the intelligent warrior energy known as Ogun: Adekunle Akangbe and Oyesina Ogunmola.
Guest #1 Adekunle is an internationally renowned woodcarver, Babalawo, and priest of Ogun from Osogbo Nigeria
He descends from a long line of respected Yoruba woodcarvers from the Osogbo area of Ogun State, Nigeria.
He will speak on his personal journey as an artist and traditional spiritualist, and share how Ogun informs his creativity and drive.
Guest #2 Oyesina is a respected priest of Ogun, a dynamic teacher of traditional Yoruba culture, and anti-racism activist. He's a proud initiate of Egbe Akinkanju (men's society) and Egbe Ogun (society of Ogun priests) of Oyotunji African Village in Sheldon, South Carolina, U.S.A.
Raised in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, he currently resides in Greensboro, North Carolina where he owns an Internet Technology company, and is creating a local male rites-of-passage program based on his Egbe Akinkanju experience.
Oyesina will discuss how Ogun informs his work in justice, cultural restoration, and technology.
Come join us on the "Ask Yeyefini" blog talk radio show. This segment is entitled "I Am Attractive... How Come I Don't Have a Mate". Sister Yeyefini will give you her wisdom and knowledge on this subject as well as answer your questions and enlighten you with her humor, and quick wit. The show will make you laugh, make you think, and hopefully make you call in and voice your opinions.
Since the beginning of civilization all cultures have created ceremonies to honor their family members, national heroes, community leaders in fact anyone who have passed from this plain of existence but are still alive in the memories of their descendants. In this Month's show I will share with you 3 things people struggle with when trying to honor their deceased loved ones or community leaders,heroes and sheroes
This is a good time of the year to remember the sacrifices, hard work, dedication and commitment of the people who made it possible for us to be here today. I will share valuable info about the step by step method of who, when, where, to honor your ancestors and loved ones.
Join me and my special guess Medium, Priest of Oshun, father, Babalorisa Rivelinho Bolivar.
Rive, as he is called by his friends was born in 1978 in Panama City, Panama and grew up in the countryside along the Caribbean coastline in the small town of Salud, in a Catholic family
He was an altar/choir boy and continued my involvement with church service after moving to the US until the age of 16. I've always had a sensitivity to the spiritual world – seeing shadows, hearing voices, able to tune into the vibrations of the homes of others as a child, never being bothered by my ability to sense things. Working with the church also exposed him to the Lucumí pantheon, that also plays an important role in my life in hand with my spiritualist practice, as I observed the holy days of saints which had been syncretized with the Yoruba orishas.
Join me and 3 very exciting guests, Ms Alana Wooten ,Ms Ayisha Nura, Mr.Stanley Mathews as I share with you some of the groundbreaking, life altering techniques that I use in my practice as a priestess, author, teacher and spiritual counselor for over 43 years in Ancient Traditional African Healing Ceremonies. On this episode of my ASK YEYEFINI show you will learn techniques that will be useful in uncovering the secret to your healing, wellness, abundance and peace. You will hear amazing stories from some of the people whose life have been empowered through this process. I guarantee you, you do not want to miss this episode. Call in with questions please
Join me on this very exciting episode. My guest are 3 experienced Priests of Oshun/Osun/Ochun.
Sabrina McIntosh Davis-Parham, Odo’femi, Priestess of Oshun
Baba Neil Clarke, Adewe’de Ayanlere Tokode, Priest of Oshun
Josephine A. Miller~Williams, Iya Okan Bí, Priestess of Oshun
They will speak on their journey as the children of one of the most revered, loved expression of God/ Universe known as Oshun.
Oshun represents the joy of life and is, in many ways, what makes life worth living. She provides the spark of passion that motivates the importance of loving one’s self in order to live a more satisfying and pleasurable life.
You will also receive tips on cleansing and detoxing your mind, body and spirit as you say farewell to winter and dance to the rythms of spring.
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