• 01:02

    Being Black vs. Being Afrikan, Part II: Ancestral Remembrance Time is Upon Us!

    in Spirituality

    Omiyori, Inc Blogtalk Radio Show presents "Being Black vs. Being Afrikan, Part II"!  With Guest Host Oluwo Ogunbayo, Founder & Chief Priest of the Ile Isin Abalayenifa Cultural Training Institute, Iya Omitayo will be discussing our Ancestral connections to Africa and the difference between Being Black vs. Being Afrikan.


    When: Sunday, December 7th from 8-9pm e.s.t. ,


    Blogtalk Radio: www.blogtalkradio.com/oluwo or call in at 646-668-8961 (Call-In Number)


     


    THIS IS AN EXCELLENT TIME TO CONSULT WITH YOUR DESTINY AND RE-INSPIRE YOURSELF TOWARDS GREATNESS; AFFORDABLE CONSULTATIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES.  TO SCHEDULE YOUR CONSULTATION, CALL 240-505-8374


    Public service announcement: This show is not for those who are new to critical thought and analysis. This show is not for too deep curiosity seekers. All others are most welcome to listen, call in and share.

  • 01:01

    Being Black vs Being Afrikan: A Tribute to Marion Barry

    in Spirituality

    Ancestral Remembrance Time is Upon Us!  Join Iya Omitayo, Founder of Omiyori, Inc. as she presents


    Being Black vs Being Afrikan: A Tribute to the late Marion Barry, former Washington D.C. Mayor. 


    Guest Host:  Mama Rasheeda Forman-Bey, Co-Founder of Wombwork Productions & Reiki Master


    When: Sunday, Nov. 23rd  from 8-9pm e.s.t.


    Blogtalk Radio: www.blogtalkradio.com/oluwo


    646-668-8961 (Call-In Number)


     


    This is an Excellent Time to Consult with your Destiny and Re-inspire Yourself towards Greatness


    Affordable Consultations for Individuals & Families.  To Schedule Your Consultation, Call 240-505-8374.


    Public service announcement: This show is not for those who are new to critical thought and analysis. This show is not for too deep curiosity seekers. All others are most welcome to listen, call in and share.


     

  • 02:01

    Oluwo Faseye & African Slavery

    in Spirituality

    Baba Ifagbemi Faseye is the Founder and Head Priest of the Faseye Institute for the Study of Nature. He has served as a Healer and Diviner of indigenous spiritual traditions for over 15 years, beginning with formal initiation into Tibetan Buddhism, Sanatana Dharma, and finally graduating into the ancestral West African traditions of Nigeria. Currently he is initiated into several priesthoods within the Ifa system, some of which include Ifa, Obatala and Osun. 
    To read more about Oluwo Faseye please visit http://www.oracleifa.com/#!bio/c18dx

  • 01:14

    Academic Ifa and the Original Babalawo

    in Spirituality

    Join Oluwo Ogunbayo, Founder & Chief Priest Babalawo of the Ile Isin Abalayenifa Cultural Training Institute for a discussion on Academic Ifa and the Original Babalawo.  Discussions include:



    *Are We in the Diaspora Outgrowing Traditional Ifa?*
    *Can the Traditional Babalawo Help Our Modern Lives in the Diaspora?*


    For more information after the show, contact us at 240-505-8374.


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    An Understanding of The Ile Isin Abalayenifa Cultural Training Institute


    Concern for the health of the individual, family and community is the heart of the Yoruba/Ifa way of life. It is through Ifa that we learn how to achieve and maintain harmonious relationships with all aspects of family and community. It is through Ifa that we learn how to achieve and maintain harmonious relationships with all aspects of our environment. This creates a condition of balance and blessing (Ire) that is ultimately passed from one generation to another. Many of the problems that plague our families are rooted in our disconnection from the original way of life of our Ancestors. IIACTI has developed in depth training programs that immerse the members in Yoruba language, protocol and rituals that provide the guidelines for healthy living and proper religious worship of the Ori, Ancestors and Orisas.


    Visit us at: orikiorisas@gmail.com; info@abalayenifa.org, www.abalayenifa.org; Follow us on Twitter @abalayenifa


     

  • 00:41

    ISORO-ORUN OLUWO OGUNBAYO

    in Self Help

    Start Up Businesses;
    I. Establishing Your Presence Online
    Join Omi in dedicatons to Ancestors
    Our guest is ISORO ORUN OLUWO OGUNBAYO and Priestess OMI TAYO ,from the state of Florida. He will be discussing the traditions of Efa faith and the culture of Yoruba within the establishments of : Ownership, Self Reliance and Sustainability in a financial African Culture.  
    Just how does a Priest or Priestess sustain themselves? Also who is responsible for paying for ODU?
    ABALAYENFA
    www.obalayenfa.org
     
    Is the life of the Priest or Priestess truly a recognized profession, or is it simply a calling?
    Start Up course online reccommended.
    Join the course

  • 02:59

    GODDESS AB'ORISHA SPEAKS ON: "ESOTERIC SYMBOLISM & MAGICAL CONCEPTS"

    in Spirituality

    GODDESS AB'ORISHA SPEAKS ON: "ESOTERIC SYMBOLISM & MAGICAL CONCEPTS"


     


    Brief Bio


     


    -- My name is Aborisha Collease Ifatunmise Rennent , I've been in Philadelphia all of my life, how I got my name; I came into this Think Tank back in 2007, I started off with finding the History of our Global people, So, I followed my curiosities and studied; Pre colonial Black Africa, Kemet, Ancient Asia, Ancient South and North American Cultures, Matriarchal Societies of the World. Occult studies.



    Where I am in constant pursuit of healing for our family group, relatives, and self. It was here I found our Mysteries such as IFA both Eclectic and Traditional, Palo Myombe, Our Heavenly Parents Ausar and Auset/ Obatala and Yemenya. Mama Kaluga , Mama Chola, our supreme being OLODUMARE…The Priestesses of Mami Wata, and a couple more mysteries… My GodFather gave me the title abOrisha (Student of the minor gods), My Oluwo gave me the title Ifatunmise (IFA make me Good), Mfundishi Hutyms that wrote one of favorite books that I came across in the beginning of my journey Spiritual Warriors are Healers is where I chose the NTRT Rennentet (Goddess of good fortune, nourishment and healing) . Last but not least COLLEASE is my first name. It was given to me by my NanNa. A woman who in my eyes was mystical, because her niche was finding lost persons, she made it her business to get to know people. I'm feministic in all my essence, but I was blessed with a voice that soothes yet firm in it's distinct sound. I'm a reader of the Akasha, Expert in Tarot and Oracle decks, I'm an Empath, a precognitive dreamer, a developing clairvoyant, and medium, and numerologist, and I like magick of both Light frequencies and Dark frequencies.

  • 02:01

    ROLES OF WOMEN IN IFA/ORISA LIFE: IYANIFAS ARE TAKING THE LEAD

    in Lifestyle

    "Ifa priestesses are called Iyanifa. Awo is often used as a gender-neutral reference to individual Iyanifa or Babalawo, as well as to the group as a whole. An Awo is a spiritual counsellor to clients and those whom he or she may have assisted in receiving tutelary Orisa shrines and/or initiation into the spiritual tradition of the Orisa. There have been Iyanifa, women Ifa priests, since time immemorial in some areas of the world, such as Ibadan, Nigeria", yet we find that many women of today are still confused about their roles.


    For many years, there have been and still is a huge controversy about the roles of women in Ifa and Orisa life. Women have come from a place of misconception about their roles according to the DOs and DON'Ts set fort by men in Ifa and Orisa life. Many women have been trying to organize women in order to teach them or to bring up their understanding of their responsibilities in Ifa/Orisa life and what CHANGES they can must make within the RANKS OF IFA/ORISA LIFE.  In 2003 a group of Iyanifas organized and held an Iyanifa Worldwide Congress in efforts to bring the women in Ifa/Orisa life to an understanding of herself. Some of the questions surrounding these roles stem around how women are limited or not limited  based on their status as Olorisa, Awo, Iyanifa.


    WHAT IS THE ODU (SACRED IFA SCRIPT) THAT SAYS WOMEN  SHOULD NOT INITIATE OTHER WOMEN INTO IFA? SHOULD WOMEN BE ABLE TO INITIATE MEN INTO IFA, YES OR NO AND WHY OR WHY NOT? KEEP IN MIND THAT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT IYANIFAS WHO ARE TRAINED. YOUR KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND OPINIONS ARE APPRECIATE.


    Join me (O'Fae O'Fae) and our special guest, Iya Fayomi Falade Aworeni ObaFemi of Ile Iwosan Orunmila Mimo Temple

  • 00:58

    A Message from Omi

    in Spirituality

    Please join us Wednesday, July 2nd from 7 - 8 p.m. for "A Message from Omi."


    WARNING:


    This Show IS NOT for cowards & those who lie to themselves.


    This Show IS NOT for "too deep" Intellectuals.


    This Show IS NOT for curiosity seekers.


    This Show IS for Those who love the Ancestors and Recognize their Own Destiny as God.

  • 01:30

    HOT TOPICS With MAMA YEYE

    in Spirituality

     HOT TOPICS WITH MAMA YEYE


    SPICY WEEKLY HOT TOPIC DISCUSSIONS  ABOUT  IFA.


    9:00 P.M. CALL IN 347-989-0180


    LET US BE EDUCATED IN THE WAYS OF OUR ANCESTORS OF IFA THROUGH RESPECTFUL  SHARED DISCUSSIONS OF HOT TOPICS FROM FB GROUP: IFA-ORISA-EGUN TALKS


    MEET MAMA YEYE


    Mama Yeye was born and raised in St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands! Her spiritual background began with my matriarchal linage of herbalist and spiritualist on both sides of my family. She had training in herbs began with her mother Elmira Farrell and her spiritual training began with a maternal great aunt, named Caroline E. Thomas and many members of her extended family unit whose names are too numerous to mention here.


    Mama Yeye says she give thanks and praises to all of our ancestors for without them, we would not be. Her first initiation was in 1991 into the order of Palo Mayombe as Yayi Nkizi (Mother of Spirits) to Mama Chola and Lucero by my late Tata Bisuako, in Miami, Fl. In 1999 she became initiated into Lukumi to Orisa Oshun Ibu Kole and Ogun, Alagbede by Iya Alabumi but was instructed by Ita to follow the Traditional route to Orisa, and she relocated back to the islands.


    In 2000, Mama Yeye returned to St. Thomas and started by business that she still runs today of Traditional Healing, providing spiritual readings, cleanings and guidance to those on their spiritual paths. In 2001 she received first initiation to Ifa by Babalawo Osasee in Puerto Rico and received Ifa odu, Osa Ose, the same as her Oluwo but this relationship did not last long as it was a Lukumi Ifa house as well.


    In 2010,Mama Yeye made connection with Babalawo Oyasogo Ifakorede of Ajitena Temple, Oyo Nigeria and has been working with him and all the Babalawos and Iyanifawos since then. As a result of these undertakings, she received a Chieftancy title of Erelu Abiye in the Ajitena Temple Ogboni Miami branch under Olowo Fakayode.

  • 01:50

    HOT TOPICS With MAMA YEYE

    in Spirituality

     HOT TOPICS WITH MAMA YEYE


    SPICY WEEKLY HOT TOPIC DISCUSSIONS  ABOUT  IFA.


    9:00 P.M. CALL IN 347-989-0180


    LET US BE EDUCATED IN THE WAYS OF OUR ANCESTORS OF IFA THROUGH RESPECTFUL  SHARED DISCUSSIONS OF HOT TOPICS FROM FB GROUP: IFA-ORISA-EGUN TALKS


    MEET MAMA YEYE


    Mama Yeye was born and raised in St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands! Her spiritual background began with my matriarchal linage of herbalist and spiritualist on both sides of my family. She had training in herbs began with her mother Elmira Farrell and her spiritual training began with a maternal great aunt, named Caroline E. Thomas and many members of her extended family unit whose names are too numerous to mention here.


    Mama Yeye says she give thanks and praises to all of our ancestors for without them, we would not be. Her first initiation was in 1991 into the order of Palo Mayombe as Yayi Nkizi (Mother of Spirits) to Mama Chola and Lucero by my late Tata Bisuako, in Miami, Fl. In 1999 she became initiated into Lukumi to Orisa Oshun Ibu Kole and Ogun, Alagbede by Iya Alabumi but was instructed by Ita to follow the Traditional route to Orisa, and she relocated back to the islands.


    In 2000, Mama Yeye returned to St. Thomas and started by business that she still runs today of Traditional Healing, providing spiritual readings, cleanings and guidance to those on their spiritual paths. In 2001 she received first initiation to Ifa by Babalawo Osasee in Puerto Rico and received Ifa odu, Osa Ose, the same as her Oluwo but this relationship did not last long as it was a Lukumi Ifa house as well.


    In 2010,Mama Yeye made connection with Babalawo Oyasogo Ifakorede of Ajitena Temple, Oyo Nigeria and has been working with him and all the Babalawos and Iyanifawos since then. As a result of these undertakings, she received a Chieftancy title of Erelu Abiye in the Ajitena Temple Ogboni Miami branch under Olowo Fakayode.

  • 01:01

    A Journey to Greatness

    in Spirituality

    Who are the Ancestors?  How do I connect with my Ancestors?  Am I doing it right?  Can Ifa help me to spiritually honor the different ethnic lineage?  Is there a wrong way to honor the Ancestors?

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