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Navigating Change

As we explore navigating change through the lens of Yorùbá tradition, take a moment to reflect on your own journey of transformation and growth. Consider the following questions and journal your responses to deepen your understanding and integration of the insights gained:


  1. Ancestral Guidance: Reflect on a time when you felt supported or guided by your ancestors. How did their wisdom and presence help you navigate a challenging period of change or transition in your life?

  2. Ifá Insights: Think about a recent experience where you sought guidance from Ifá or another form of divination. What insights or revelations did you receive, and how did they influence your approach to navigating change?

  3. Ebo Offerings: Consider a situation where you felt called to make a ritual offering or sacrifice (ebo) to invoke positive change in your life. What intentions did you set, and how did the act of offering contribute to your sense of empowerment and transformation?

  4. Inner Awareness: Reflect on a pattern or belief that has held you back from embracing change fully. How can cultivating inner awareness and self-reflection help you identify and release these limiting patterns, opening the door to new possibilities?

  5. Community Support: Recall a time when you leaned on the support of your spiritual community or trusted friends and mentors during a period of change. How did their presence and encouragement bolster your resilience and sense of connection?

  6. Integration: Consider how you can integrate the wisdom and practices of Yorùbá tradition into your daily life moving forward. What steps can you take to honor your ancestors, seek guidance from Ifá, perform ebo, cultivate inner awareness, and foster community support as you navigate future changes?


Take your time to reflect on these questions and insights, allowing them to deepen your connection to the wisdom of Yorùbá tradition and empower you on your journey of transformation. Remember that change is a natural and inevitable part of life, and by embracing it with courage, grace, and resilience, you can navigate even the most challenging transitions with wisdom and strength.


Àṣẹ!

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