The Orisa Traditions journey is one ride that brings each of of us a unique ride that gives us lessons. Some lessons we learn ‘under duress’ (check out # 19), and some come with a lot of pain (check out lesson # 23). Some lessons just leave us like *Wow! (Check out lesson # 3). Some lessons come over watching your results and Ifa or Merindiloggun readings play out in your life (check out lesson # 20.)
Working with Orisa priests is necessary in the Yoruba Traditions, but the journey can be messy.
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Hello, my name is Yonna. I practice AfroCuban Lukumi. I love my religion. It is beautiful and fulfilling. I consider it a culture and tradition as well. The one thing that I am on a journey to find is LOVE. I realize everybody loves differently. We do not all define love the same way. Can you talk about how The Orisha manifest their love for us. What can the Orisha teach us about love. I was raised in Christianity so the love of God is talked about so much. It is said that God is Love and Jesus is Love. And without God man is void of Love and will never know love without knowing God.
Could you please talk about how can we recognize the Orishas Love for us. In what ways is love shown to us. And is this love only for those who worship the Orisha or is it for all mankind?