Can any woman become a member of Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà? More and more, people want to know how to embody the power of Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà. Are you born with this capability or is this something that you have to learn over time? Could anybody learn this particular craft? Can you be initiated into the society of Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà?
First Things First: People want to know about the Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà for several reasons; some think of it in terms of Western witchcraft. They have been influenced by modern forms of paganism, Wicca and the New Age Movement - not to mention things like Harry Potter. Others see Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà as a form of feminine power that would enhance their ability to protect themselves, fight enemies or wield greater degrees of control.
These influences have lead people to believe that Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà is a power that any woman can access, based strictly her personal interests. And while there are some ritual specialists within the Orisa tradition who would willingly go along with such a notion, I have reason to disagree. All power - even if it is innate - must be cultivated and harnessed in order to be used effectively.
What we are teaching in the School of Orisa Studies is a methodology with which you can slowly harmonize yourself with your true essence. If you cannot discover your true essence, how can you ever hope to convey your spiritual power through some other media?
You can only manifest outcomes that you actually embody. If you were't born with it have to cultivate it. And like any seed that will be properly cultivated, you must create an environment conducive to that seed in advance.
You can try to fake it, but it will not work. If you want to be able to emanate a certain energy, first you must make it real within yourself. What is not within you, you cannot manifest outside of yourself. You cannot give what you do not have.
You cannot know what you have if you lack discipline and focus. The majority of the people are constantly shifting their priorities. Every few days, it is a new pursuit. How many times do you start the day with one intention and then forget about it until a few days later, when you are reminded of some unfinished business?
People who are continuously making U-turns in the journey of life will obviously have severe difficulty in reaching their destination. Self discovery is not a haphazard process. You must follow an established pattern in order to create the kind of environment that is conducive to spiritual empowerment, including Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà.
When you enroll in the School of Orisa Studies, you set the stage for self discovery. Today you may be talking about Ìyàmi Òṣòrọ̀ngà as a path of spiritual empowerment. The challenge is to maintain this intention long enough to discover if you have the spiritual constitution to embody such a power. Ultimately, however, let it be your goal to become a living temple that is home to the Good Condition.
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