Discussion in 'The Front Porch' started by omilade, Nov 29, 2011.
hello, i am looking for information on the orisha, please help
Firstly let us establish what areas of the orisa you want to learn. Achieving this goal should inevitably place you in the position of understanding the importance of Ori and Egun.
Good Night ,
thanks for responding, i truly appreciate it. I would like to know how to please my Ori. I was introduced to Orisha recently and I would like to know how to get my life in a balance, I tend to worry ............
Short of cssting obi or divination there is no way of making a determination as to what you ori request from you. Short of this, you can periodically feed ori ode (physical head) shea butter. You can place it on the middle of your forehead to the nape of you neck. I can provide an iwure (prayer) for ori if you like.
Thanks for your wealth of information and your kind assistance, I will get a reading done , please forward the prayer for Ori , I am also a child of Oshun so any prayers to her will be greatly appreciated. Don't want to take advantage of you , lol. Is there any particular way to pray? and is there a morning and night prayers.....................thanks
Yes there are specific ways to pray
You can pray to Osun (pronounced awshun) in either a kneeling or standing position. You might want to pour libation to her first. Here is a prayer for her:
Osun oyeeye nimo
Awede ko to wemo
Yeye mi olomo aro
Yeye mi elese osun
Yeye mi ajimo roro
Yeye mi abimo ma yanku
Yeye mi alagbo awoye
Ogbagba ti gbomo re lojo ija
Ari bani gbo nipa tomo
Most iwure are probably most efficacious the first thing in the morning. Try not to talk or eat anything before iwure.
Here is one for ori.
Babalawo ejo lo difa fun ejo
Bi ko ba si ori
Nse la ba mu ejo digi
Ori eni ni bani segun.
One last thing, be sure to bath before conducting all rituals.
Question. How did you find out you were a child of oshun.
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