• 01:14

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Oyeku-Ogbe) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Ogunleye Lanloke
     
    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.
    This weeks topic: Oyeku Ogbe: Ancestral veneration and enlightenment

  • 01:05

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Iwori) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

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    Join Awo Ifategunse Osadele for Ifa Code.  Today he will be discussing Ogbe iwori

  • 01:36

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Irete) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Ogunleye Lanloke
     
    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.
    This weeks topic is:  Ogbe Irete

  • 01:13

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Otura) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Ogunleye Lanloke
     
    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.
    This weeks topic is:  Ogbe Otura

  • 01:05

    Ifa Code of Conduct(Oyeku Iwori) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele - Jan 23,2013

    in Religion

    Ifa Code of Conduct is hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele and produced by Osaremi Lanloke. Join us every Tues. 8-9 PM EST only on OORadio. Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain – they didn't just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don't encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearersfor a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them. This weeks topic: Oyeku Iwori.

  • 01:11

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Oturupon) Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct with Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Tues. 8-9 PM EST


    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.

    This weeks topic: Ogbe Oturupon

  • 01:20

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Se) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Ogunleye Lanloke
     
    Ifa the sacred art and body of wisdom from the Yoruba people of West Africa, is an ancient legacy that is used today throughout the world in resolving problems, finding answers and dealing with tragedies. In our modern society we may depend on a minister, therapist, psychiatrist or a trusted friend for helping us in difficult times. When you listen and call into Ifa Code of Conduct you’ll hear how Ifa can and does address every part of our contemporary lives and is a tool for building ourselves, our families, and our communities.
    This weeks topic is:  Ogbe

  • 01:05

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Ogbe Ika) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct with Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Tues. 8-9 PM EST


    Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain - they didn’t just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don’t encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearers for a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them.

    This weeks topic: Ogbe Ika

  • 01:05

    Ifa Code of Conduct(Oyeku Iwori) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct is hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele and produced by Osaremi Lanloke.  Join us every Tues. 8-9 PM EST only on OORadio.   Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still remain – they didn’t just go away with the advent of the industrial age and other trappings of modern societies that made our lives more convenient. For the majority of us, we don’t encounter those forces- knowingly, at least- unless we are facing life-altering experiences or problems, or deep spiritual dilemmas. Those with personal problems or difficult situations have taken solace in church, therapy sessions, or even the confidence of a friend or close family member who is easy to talk to. However, another resource that Americans of African descent especially- and people of other cultural backgrounds generally- are now realizing they can tap into the spiritual traditions of their West African forbearersfor a deeper understanding of the roots of those problems, and workable solutions to resolve them.  This weeks topic:  Oyeku Iwori.

  • 01:11

    Ifa Code of Conduct (Oyeku Di) with Awo Ifategunse Osadele

    in Culture

    Ifa Code of Conduct
    Hosted by Awo Ifategunse Osadele
    Produced by Osaremi Lanloke
    Tues. 8-9 PM EST
    Ifa is an art form as well as a spiritual system for healing and guidance. Whether we acknowledge it or not, the natural and metaphysical forces that guided our ancient ancestors still

  • 02:04

    Working with the Spirit with Papa Lou presents: Ifa and Conjure

    in Paranormal

    Welcome to our first dual blogtalk and on-air radio broadcast!  Joining us will be two VERY special guests to talk to all of us about Ifa, the ancestral religion of Nigeria and one of the faiths brought with the ancestors here via the middle passage.  Many of the traditions of Ifa came to transfer into conjure as it grew in its early stages.  We are pleased and honored to have with us on the porch:


    Professor Babalawo Ifategunse Osadele.  He is a trained Babalawo of over 18 years, and was raised in Oyotunji African village.  Also,


    Iya Apetebi Ifadunmade Omirelekun Ifalase.  She is an Olorisha Yemoja Priestess and Apetebi.


    They together run www.ifaglobalsite.com and work tirelessly to spread AUTHENTIC Ifa and educate people on its practices.  They are both highly skilled readers and spiritual leaders.  Call and ask questions or just listen in as we talk about the similar practices of Ifa and conjure, the Orisha, and how you can get an in depth reading and perhaps find out which Orisha walks with you.  This is going to be a very special show!

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