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I am a skilled diviner, healer and spiritual/ritual leader, and my goal in all my interactions with clients and associates alike is to help you reach the highest destiny of your highest self by the shortest route possible.
I am a skilled diviner, healer and spiritual/ritual leader, and my goal in all my interactions with clients and associates alike is to help you reach the highest destiny of your highest self by the shortest route possible.

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Greetings friends,

I pray this Monday is met by all of you with many blessings and good health. Today as I begin this week I want to express my gratitude to Ifa, the ancestors, my Ori, gbogbo Orisas, and the Babalawos, Iyanifas, and Orisa priests that were responsible for the success of my most recent trip back to Nigeria for further training, studies and initiations.

This most recent trip had myself and my family in Nigeria for nearly a month to undergo various rites, elevations, and to engage in deeper studies of Ifa and Orisa culture and practice. Again as with every trip I have taken to date there was further admonition and encouragement to promote these traditions in a balanced and joyful way for those of us in the Diaspora and to bridge the tradition as it is practiced in Nigeria with the lifestyle and society in which we live here in a balanced way.

We all are spirit having a human experience. Or as we say in Ifa, heaven is home and earth is the marketplace. As fate and destiny would have it we were privileged to be able to sit and learn at the feet of many elders and advanced practitioners and chief priests of the tradition.

It is also my pleasure to announce that based upon the recommendation of my teachers, fellow priests, and elders of Ifa I was nominated and granted a traditional Chieftancy title in Ifa as well. Traditional title holders as generally referred to as Oloye which means Chief. I am now respectfully referred to as Oloye (Chief) Ifagbemi Faseye and was given the title Oluwo of Okanranrete Temple aka Faseye Institute for the Study of Nature. I want to express my gratitude to all those priests present during my elevation ceremony and to my ancestors for making all of this possible.

With this new title and the responsibilities it carries, I hope to make further connections with good people and devotees in the tradition as well as those curious to learn more about Ifa; in order to promote harmony, respect, and understanding amongst all. Over the next few weeks I will begin sharing more of the enriching lessons I have learned from this last trip and I hope to hear from interested folks in order to dialogue on how we can build together.

Remain blessed everyone on this Ose Ogun day as we honor the Orisa Ogun. May Ogun Lakaaye clear our path of all obstacles, blockage, impediments, and delays. And may he grant us all a complete and total victory in whatever areas of life our prayers direct us to ask for assistance in. Ase

Chief Ifagbemi Faseye 
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Alaafia.

Dear friends, community, and fellow aborisas,

I wanted to share another verse of Ifa in English from the odu Irete Otura which teaches an important lesson about a balanced spiritual view. As we go about the respective spiritual practices that we all have; may we all come away with greater clarity, focus, wisdom (a wise dome) wise head, and balance in life which leads to greater compassion and understanding first our ourselves and then expanding onto others.

Ask yourself this. Does your community, teachers, leaders, practice, inner self reflection, spiritual work, and fulfillment of life inspire and mirror this for you? If so then how? If not then why, and what are you prepared to do about it if anything?

Irete Otura:

To focus on beads
Is to miss the true nature of Orisa
To focus on beautiful containers
Is to miss the true nature of Orisa
To focus on kings and queens
Is to miss the true nature of Orisa
To focus on shells and seeds
Is to miss the true nature of Orisa
It is only by focusing on nature
That we find the true nature of Orisa
To focus on the past
Is to miss the true nature of Ifa
To focus on the future
Is to miss the true nature of Ifa
To focus on the present
Is to miss the true nature of Ifa
To focus on Ifa
Is to miss the true nature of Ifa
It is only by focusing on the nature of things
That we find the true nature of Ifa

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