Prayer and Ori in the Ifa Tradition | Farinade Olokun

Ori is translated as the head, or higher self. Each person is born with an ori that guides them, much like a bird that instinctively knows migratory routes

Source: Prayer and Ori in the Ifa Tradition | Farinade Olokun

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2 thoughts on “Prayer and Ori in the Ifa Tradition | Farinade Olokun

  1. Who and where are you. I just loved reading few of your articles. I am working in Borno State, as humanitarian and was on the radio this passed week talking about what you wrote… Nigerians haite “thee”…. this is profoundly reaching my old heart, and mind. If ever you get to read this comment, please… get in touch. This would be wonderful to share. My Skype is Nekaskat or nekaskat@gmail.com
    Thank you. It takes courage to stand your point in this very fragile equilibrium Nigeria is actually.

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