July 5, 2014 Obara Meji 52Comment

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This was sent to me by Nunu

We cannot and must not take each other for granted. In life everybody needs somebody sometime, as the saying goes. When you acknowledge a person you honor their spirit when they are of assistance to you in any way. If you choose to testify about it to others then you are paying it forward by giving another person hope or encouraging them. I do not know how I come across when I  express my weaknesses or concerns, I am human after all, and when I created this site I told myself that whatever content I put here would be the truth, at least about myself. I am not responsible for any article which is placed here where the author did not do his or her proper research. What this all means is that we are all here on this blog site because we are of like minds. Here for the stories and what we may learn from them as well as the camaraderie within the commentaries and that is all well. This which Nunu has done makes me feel good within myself, why? It makes me realize that I must continue because there are those out there like Nunu who is benefiting from my hard work daily.

 

 

 

The contents here are not copy and paste, at least most are not, and It takes much of me to sit and type this daily, often times breaking down and crying when somethings are dredged up from the deep bottom of my mind for the purpose of sharing, Often times when these memories come back I stop typing, blinded by tears. I sit and stare at the laptop unable to go on, of this I swear. Thank you Nunu for sharing.  Nunu, all my life I have helped people, used my life to help and when the help came and they were satisfied, I saw or heard from them no more until trouble knocked their doors again. It bothered me and I discussed this with the Jamaican Babalawo, he told me that it was my fault, I was too accessible, he said I should have a cut off time where people could not reach me always. I noticed this to be a common theme among most spiritual practitioner, but I couldn’t do it. I did not even try, because how could I not be there for someone, anyone who needed me day or night? I just did not know how to do it so I stayed true to who I am. There are those who would call me and seek help with visions and dreams and of course I would help in all ways and just as I wrote in the post The condemnation of the spiritual worker, I was criticized, vilified and demonized behind my back and it hurt, I cannot tell a lie, it hurt. It hurt so much I wanted to lock myself away from the world, change my number and move away, and on several occasions I did change my number and close myself off but never for long and so I have come to accept my life and my fate. Forgive my rantings, I am a little disappointed in an email I received from someone this week, they thought they were being kind but the message vibrated differently to me, but Nunu your email made me feel better, thanks for sharing.

 

Hello My Family!
I would like to share an awesome experience that I’ve had with you all. Firstly, let me tell you that throughout my spiritual journey I’ve had dreams and visions; even though I didn’t fully understand the spirit world (still don’t) or know how to interpret what I dreamt, I knew that these experiences were important because they contained messages. This prompted me to keep a dream journal so that I could document and keep track of the things that I’ve experienced. I’ve had this journal since 2008. Since finding this blog I’ve been opened up to a world that seems fantastical but is so real. I have been putting many things that I learn here to practice. I was very interested in meditation and I was so happy when Obara wrote a post about it. I tried meditating for the first time, not knowing what to expect, but nothing happened.I tried again using the salt and it felt like I could slightly hear “someone” speaking to me but not clearly.In the comment section in the meditation post, Obara suggested that while meditating we should picture a high mountain with a boulder on top and then we should picture ourselves trying to push the boulder over the side. Obara also suggested to me the use of crystals.The next morning I used information I gleaned from the posts, The Power of Salt, The Power of Water, Meditation and the one about using candles. Obara also commented that while meditating she listened to meditation music. I decided to try all these suggestions.I bought some crystals and set up my meditation area, the music was playing softly in the background and I had a glass of water in front of me. I held the crystals in my hand and visualized myself pushing the boulder off the mountaintop.

It was difficult at first but I eventually pushed it off. I felt myself soaring, while “flying” I saw a female being flying beside me. I asked her what her name was and she told me;I remembered her accompanying me. After meditating I was a bit doubtful that any of this occurred. I thought I imagined it all. The next day I meditated once more, by picturing the boulder on the mountain and me pushing it. While pushing the boulder the same female being sat on top of the boulder and peered down at me, she said, “why are you pushing it? You don’t have to do that again you know” We went off again “flying”. A few days after this occurred I decided to read some old entries in my dream journal. I read an entry from 2011.This was one of the most depressing period in my life, I felt hopeless. At that time I realized that external help wasn’t available to me so I turned inward and drew on the spirit for help without even being aware that I was doing so. What I read in the journal made me pause. I had written…”A daughter Spirit spoke to me today her name is (same name as the female spirit up top) she said to me clean up the mess, be strong, don’t fight because you are only hurting yourself” under the same entry I also wrote, my mind must be playing tricks on me this can’t be real, the stresses of life is getting to me. I spoke to Obara about this because I wanted assurance that I had not gone crazy or had an over active imagination.I told her about me visualizing the mountain and pushing the boulder off of it on two separate occasions, before I could go any further she asked me why did you push the boulder off the mountain twice? If you did it the first time you don’t have to do it again.

I almost fainted when she said that because that’s basically what the female being said to me and I had not yet mentioned that to Obara!I told her about this female being I “think” I saw and with whom I interacted. She assured me that she is real and she herself has met this being more than once, I didn’t tell her what she looked like and she proceeded to give me a very apt description of her that was spot on.I still can’t believe this happened! I am so excited about the experiences I’ve had because of Obara’s tutelage I’m mind blown by it all.When I heard that little voice in 2011 I just blew it off as a figment of my imagination. Little did I know that she was very much real and would visit me once more in the future. She took the opportunity to do so while I meditated. Now that I’ve been assured that the things I “see” and the beings I “meet” while meditating are real and they have been confirmed as such by Obara, I would like to take the opportunity to share other meditation experiences I’ve had in recent days with you all. With Obara’s permission I would like to write about the tribe that I met (unbeknownst to me the spirit of Obara Meji was with me when I met them) also the being from the deep blue. I encourage you all to give meditation a try and please share your experiences so that we can discuss them. Thank you Obara Meji for opening us up to this beautiful world of spirituality!

Ẹní bá mọ inú rò, á mọ ọpẹ́ ẹ́ dá. / 
Whoever can reason well, will know how to remain ever grateful……Yoruba Proverb!

[Maintain a heart and an attitude of gratitude.]

 

All religions are valid as long as it teaches peace and love….Obara Meji!

 

 

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Congratulations on your spiritual journey-Nunu.

Toy
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I am so happy for you Nunu, I am so glad that you are taking off like a kite. I swear meeting Obara was the best thing that happened to me in my life. What kind of crystal’s did you get? I want to buy some?

NuNu
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Thanks Toy! I used crystal quartz its a healing crystal that opens the crown chakra,smoky quartz for grounding, black tourmaline for protection and selenite for guardian contact

kiabubblez
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Nunu wah u do wid di crystals?

NuNu
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This fela person was he an activist?

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Fela Kuti (born Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti ; 15 October 1938 – 2 August 1997) also known as Fela Anikulapo Kuti

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A pleasant saturday Mommy Ooo. A pleasant saturday my sweeties and my gents. Yesterday my phone was a mess and wasn’t able to get online and missed out on everything but I’m up and running now! 🙂

Nunu, how awesome you’re having these amazing experiences. Makes me teary. You’re right where you need to be in your life… every single journey that has led you to this chapter of your life was necessary. I’m happy for ya Nunu mi gyal!!! As MTH seh… Yuh BUSS!! 😀
It’s remarkable. I can’t wait to hear of the future experiences yet to come. Bwouy, Obara Meji, yuh mus feel GOOD!

NuNu
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Thanks Yazzy!

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Nunu boo, you’re most welcome but I should be thanking you!. Mek ppl see seh ova yasso is no joke!! We are being blessed here in amazing ways and I love that you’re sharing your amazing experiences. So grateful Nunu boo. Keep it coming! Hailmentz to Cgoh and yuh mumz fi mi de

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For those who are not mindful the great Fela Kuti, please read the following lyrics. If Bob Marley means anything to you, this giant should mean everything to you! Did I mention that got married to 27 women at one time?

Fela Kuti – Coffin for Head of State, Pt. 2

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Amen, Amen, Amen…

[Chorus]
Amen, Amen, Amen!

Through Jesus Christ our Lord
By the grace of Almighty Lord
Through Jesus Christ our Lord
By the grace of Almighty Lord
“In Spiritus Christus…”
“Allah Wakubar Mohammed Salamalekum…”

[Chorus]
Waka, waka, waka!

So I waka waka waka
I go many places
I see my people
Them dey cry cry cry
Amen, Amen, Amen
Amen, Amen, Amen
Amen, Amen, Amen
Amen, Amen, Amen
I say I waka waka waka…

I waka many village anywhere in Africa
I waka many village anywhere in Africa
Pastor’s house na him dey fine pass
My people them dey stay for poor surroundings
Pastor’s dress na him dey clean pass
E hard for my people for them to buy soap
Pastor na him them give respect pass
And them do bad bad bad bad bad bad things

Through Jesus Christ our Lord
(Amen, Amen, Amen!)…

[Chorus]
Waka, waka, waka!

So I waka waka waka
I go many places
I go business places
I see see see
All the bad bad bad things
Them dey do do do

Call corruption
Them dey call nepotism
Inside the promotions
And inside all business
I say I waka waka waka
I see see see
So I waka waka waka…

I waka many business anywhere in Africa
I waka many business anywhere in Africa
North and South them get them policies
One Christian and the other one Muslim
Anywhere the Muslims them they reign
Na Senior Alhaji na him be Director
Anywhere the Christians them they reign
Na the best friend to Bishop na him be Director
It is a known fact that for many thousand years
We Africans we had our own traditions
These moneymaking organizations
Them come put we Africans in total confusion

Through Jesus Christ our Lord
(Amen, Amen, Amen!)…

[Chorus]
Waka, waka, waka!

So I waka waka waka
I go many places
I go government places
I see see see
All the bad bad bad things
Them dey do do do

Look Obasanjo!
Before anything at all, him go dey shout:
“Oh Lord, oh Lord, oh Lord, Almighty Lord!”
“Oh Lord, oh God!”
And them do bad bad bad bad bad bad things

Through Jesus Christ our Lord
(Amen, Amen, Amen!)
By the grace of Almighty Lord
(Amen, Amen, Amen!)

I say, look Yar’Adua!
I say, look Yar’Adua!
Before anything at all, him go dey shout:
“Habba Allah, habba Allah, habba Allah!”
“Habba Allah, habba Allah!”
And them do, yes yes
And them do bad bad bad bad bad bad things

Through Mohammed our Lord
(Amen, Amen, Amen!)
By the grace of Almighty Allah
(Amen, Amen, Amen!)

[Chorus]
Waka, waka, waka!

So I waka waka waka
I go many places
I go government places
I see see see
All the bad bad bad things
Them they do do do

Them steal all the money
Them kill many students
Them burn many houses
Them burn my house too
Them kill my mama

So I carry the coffin
I waka waka waka
Movement of the People
Them waka waka waka
Young African Pioneers
Them waka waka waka

We go Obalende
We go Dodan barracks
We reach them gate o
We put the coffin down
Obasanjo dey there
With him big fat stomach
Yar’Adua dey there
With him neck like ostrich
We put the coffin down

[Chorus]
But them take am!

Them no want take am
Them no want take am
Who go want take coffin?
Them must take am
Na the bad bad bad things
Wey they don do
Them no want take am
Obasanjo grab am
Yar’Adua carry am
Yes, them no want take am
Obasanjo carry am
Yar’Adua tow am
Them no want take am
Them no want take am

E dey for them office
E dey there now now now now now
E dey there now now now now now
E dey there now now now now now
E dey there now now now now now…

[Chorus]
But them take am!

Lalibela A Nile (@Lalibela_Nile)
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Lalibela A Nile (@Lalibela_Nile)
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Thank God for a timely cup of super bitter cup of cerasee tea!!!

NuNu
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Howdy Lalibela!

Lalibela A Nile (@Lalibela_Nile)
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Blessed love NuNu, how art thou?

Lalibela A Nile (@Lalibela_Nile)
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MTH, please tell her that there is no need for 2nd guessing, I am so fortunate to be able to gain access to such great volume of work. Obara, I hope you know much you and by extension your work–which are reflections of you–mean to me and the ones who visit this page [read:refuge] on a daily basis.

If not for the reciprocation of light and love, we would not dedicate as many hours as we do. I won’t expound not; however, let me concede and state that I have the most to gain from being on here.

There are other very good blogs out there; however, none to me like this one–I don’t even want to refer to this wonderful abode as a blog. I am eternally grateful

This blog is analogous to when I worked in an office where 95 % of my co-workers were vegetarians/vegan. I never had to worry about good food. The other blogs are analogous to a very good restaurant that server some good food–along with what the masses of the people desired.

Negeste Obara The Great, get well soon as you have a date with destiny later on today!!!

I love you all

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Correction: “…expound now and not the published, ‘…expound not” “serve and not server’

NuNu
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We will gwaan endz off an chill to the riddim till yuh ready fi wi

kiabubblez
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kiabubblez

Ekasooooo Obara mi jus come fi ask wen clash aguh stawt lol si yu drap first hit deh

NuNu
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Mi seh M dem sumn here juss amazing! Mi have so much questions fi teach mi deh duh some research on the side online about the various realms and beings so I can better understand the connections. Mi want fi dip eena Teach mental library fi mek sure seh mi correct

MTH
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No Teach, I just don’t want you to doubt ever… It was based on your writing that Nunu learnt and understood what happened to her. If u had stopped writing, Nunu wouldn’t have learnt, neither would I.

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afternoon love ones 🙂 nunu oh gosh u busss eeh lol i feel nuff a wi av beings dat accompany us n wi neva truly realize til embracing n reading Obara post. Thx for sharing Nunu mek mi waa focus more on mediation. It did shock wen teavh descride di female dont? lol Obara kno bout man she kno!!!

NuNu
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Mi seh Kia! Cause mi did convince miself seh a imagination only fi Teach tell mi who is whoand what is what

MTH
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No Teach, have doubt about the writing…I’m saying don’t have doubt we come here because its good.

I meant when the negative people come, harden you heart…They are trying to get to you…Teacher, your blog is reaching the ppl that need it and negative forces will try and stop what you are doing…

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Nunu, mi gal…U buss yah now!!! Sometimes, I try to quench my dreams…Some nights I don’t ‘set’ the water…The very first ‘powerful’ dream was the one on May 24 when I dreamt I was kidnapped. Then there was the Kartel dream and now my dream yesterday morning…I feel drained when I wake…

Teach, mi caan understand how yu suh saaf? Yu a Kgn 13 baby…Plus yu have di 3 youtes as yu backative…When people come wid dem rubbish, juss nuh pay dem nuh mine. (As Yazzy wudda sey) Mommy O, stop worry bout di writing….Ants only falla ‘fat/sweet’. If there wasn’t something here for us, do you think we would come here?

I came on the blog after 4 this morning and Nunu had posted…Before 7am, Lalibella posted. If something wasn’t right about your blog, do you think the Mighty Shawnyrob and Oguntunde would post…Teach GET IT TOGETHER, no more doubt. Wi love you…BTW, the indigestion gone?

NuNu
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Morning M

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Teach, detractors will come. There will be days that you feel like giving up. Just remember you are loved and respected. People come to you for help/advice because your reputation precedes you.

I am learning…My dreams are plainer and I can remember them. Teach, nuff love and respect. I hope you sense my gratitude for all you do. I also want to thank your daughter for building the site. Thanks again Teach….

NuNu
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Boy Obara you amaze me! No sucking up but sometimes I wonder if you realize how amazing you are! You have opened up possiblities that seem unfathomable. I really do wish that these experiences were the “norm” for everyone not just religious dogma which can be so limiting. I know sometimes you have to go certain places within yourself to share these things with us but know that no matter how painful or tedious we are benefiting from it and we can’t thank you enough!

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Ekaro everyone! Thank you Ty! I don’t meditate every day but I’m going to try and practice it early mornings

Ty
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You should Nunu…I wake up in the mornings pray and meditate… It is wonderful and it grounds you…

NuNu
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Ok Ty I will try

Ty
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Obara, you are opening doors for so many…I know your ancestors, mr. Mitchell, your sweet padrino, your god mother, and your spiritual family are all happy and cheering for you…May God and Osun continue to bless you and your family…

Ty
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Yeah!!!

I am so happy for you Nunu…what a wonderful experience…

I too have started meditating and I love it…I do it daily…recently, I did an experiment to stop it for 3 days and see what happened, and let me tell you, I will not do it again…my days were unbalanced…

I cannot wait to hear about your other adventures Nunu…

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