Hi everyone, this is what I was talking about when I told you all that if and when you did the sacrifice to Yemoja as written in her post and you see the outcome, you should come here and share it. Kia had an experience and I am sure it is one of many to come, especially since she has shared it with us all. Iron sharpeneth Iron and the countenance of one brightens the other! I share everything I can, which I know may assist another, some people nuh grateful but low dem, that is who they are. When we share we should not give regard to any commission, but if someone’s life is helped because you have given them a key to use and they find that it has assisted them, they should acknowledge you, it does not hurt to say Thank you. When you do that, you not only thank the person, you thank their spirit and that is the most important. I love Kia’s story and so will you all. Remember do not abuse this key!!..Kia did it once and the reward will keep coming, it has only began
Last night, i decided to go river today. I needed to ask Yemoja for money. I am struggling financially and it is hard right now. I usually have something saved but this year i helped family and it drained my stash. I debated on yesterday about going to Yemoja but after re reading her post n the sacrifices post i felt it was alright. Why should i have a means to help myself n just read it without taking action.
I got up this morning prayed, said my affirmations, then collected my items to offer to Yemoja. I drove to the river and parked aways off. The first parking spot an angry man came out yelling bout his parking spot. So i left without a word, laughing cause he was so angry at 9:30㏂ n saying that he is not messing up my vibes. The next spot i had to walk aways but no problem. It was a bike trail so it had guard rail up n bush n things. I was listening to a song honoring Yemoja , enjoying it aND trying to get the correct pronunciation waiting for the bikers to pass by. Finally, i saluted Yemoja started to sing her greeting, talked to the river, told her why i was there, dropped Obara Meji name, saluted Oloukun. Then i song again and threw the offerings into the river. Being aways off from the river behind guard rail n bush i could not see all the items drop into the river nor could i hear them hit the water. Some i saw drop into the river some i didn’t. That never deterred me tho i kept singing n humming even dancing a little as i was still listening my Yemoja song. I asked her to pardon me if i did anything wrong as i am learning but i came with good intentions. All this while bikers n joggers are passing by i am thinking plz don’t let my anglo breddas call the police on me! lol it seemed to me that the river picked up speed n i could then hear the water rushing downstream. I then said good-bye n left feeling light n lovely.
I had some merchandise that i wanted to return to a store it wasnt a lot of monies but still it was money. After looking at the receipt i noticed the time had passed for a return but i went anyway. I don’t know why my ori just lead me. I went in and gave my receipt n merchandise praying they would at least give me store credit. They never asked about the date but the lady said store credit im like ok. Guess what?! the register froze for bout 10 minutes, im holding up the line, associate getting upset she cant figure out whats wrong, she looking at the receipt, reviewing all the numbers n items. Finally she just cancelled the transaction n redid the return n the register told her to give me cash back. Yemoja Oooooooooo Obara Meji i was like wow n thank u Yemoja! it wasn’t lots but it was money same way.
Iron sharpeneth Iron and the countenance of one brightens the other!…..The Bible
All religion are valid as long as it teaches peace and love…..Obara Meji!
Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.