Ose Ifa is divided into three categories: Orun Ifa, Isan Ifa, and Itadogun Ifa.
Orun: 5th worship, usually observed at home. This is the day to divine for yourself and family.
Isan: 9th Day worship, usually observed in the temple with fellow awo. This is the day when the awo divine for their individual temples.
Itadogun: 17th Day worship, usually observed at the Araba's Temple, along with the chieftains and awo. This is the day when the awo divine for the entire kingdom.
When the community comes together in the name of devotion and reverence, it sends healing energy in all directions. Last Sunday, we were fortunate to have our Ibadan/Brooklyn family join us to pray, sing, chant and give offerings for Orisanla Oseremogbo. The combination of voices and cadence gave way to a very spontaneous worship service. We chanted some new verses and sang familiar songs in a completely new way. The diversity of Ifa is staggering, humbling and inspiring at the same time. And so, we give thanks for Ifa's directive to continue to facilitate Orisa Community Ose (Worship). Please join us any Sunday to elevate the ancestral promise. We welcome the Good Spirit. Visit OrisaLifestyle.com/communityworship for details.