Good day to everyone, you have not seen me post yesterday or interact with you since Monday because my children and I are going through some intense initiation. Yesterday was a very strong day for us, (enjoyable) but tiring, and today we are resting until tonight again, we have several more days before all is complete. I waited for my children to be ready so that I could do this very important initiation with them, just to accompany them, even though I was supposed to do it long ago. Any way what is important is that nothing happens before the time. Lady of The Nile thank you for checking on me via email upon not seeing any new post, Cher thank you for understanding.
I will try when I get time to put some new post up, but honestly the energy exchange during the initiation is so tiring, and there is plenty dancing, drumming, singing and divining. We have many people in attendance. I will soon be back in full swing on this our blog, just know that my children and I have just climbed a few more steps into our spiritual elevation. Know that as long as we are alive and are on a spiritual path, no matter how learned or trained you are, remember that you will always be a student. It is a foolish teacher who believes that he or she knows everything. I Obara Meji am a forever student and I am willing to learn from the suckling on breast to the eldest of persons. Be humble on your journey and as you learn and you will become wise beyond belief .
This initiation that I am doing is something that was told to me years ago when I received Ifa, Itefa as it is called.. When my children became initiates they also were told the same thing. I had not done mine as yet despite being told to do so, putting it off because I was busy, little did I know that my “head” orchestrated or rather my children’s “head” orchestrated my wait, because they wanted us all to do it together, they knew the reason even if I did not at the time. How proud I am to watch my babies in full white standing beside me as they have been on their path and are journeying further, finding their destiny and understanding life better! I thank God, I thank Obara Meji my Osun. Oore Yeye oooooo Osun OOOO!