Orisa Lifestyle is a religious system based on the veneration of a supreme god through various deities (Orishas), and ancestral spirits. African-Americans who practice the Yoruba religious tradition have stated that Orisa Lifestyle provides a means for cultural identity and provides an opportunity to revisit and reclaim traditions that were denied to our ancestors during enslavement. For men and women of African descent, who are interested in Orisa Lifestyle, this course is perfect…
Goddess and Yoruba Orisha Yemaya! This is the card of letting go and Yemaya's affirmation is: I let go of what is for what will be. I release guilt, blame and shame. Ase! Card from the Womanifesting Fertility Goddess Oracle Card Deck.
Yemaya is a mother goddess, signifying home, fertility, love, and family. Her healing powers are carried in the great waters, her energy powerful during the ebb and flow of life challenges. Like water she represents both change and constancy, bringing forth life, protecting it, and changing it as is necessary.
"Yemoja", illustrated by Mikael Quites. Follow the artist here: https://facebook.com/mikael.quites ARTIST COMMENTARY: Yemoja, one of the main orishas of the Ifa religion, and Afro-Brazilian mysticism. I wanted to show a different version of her, inspired by the shapes and powers of the sea. I did this image for the wonderful "Contos de Orun Àiyé", a comic book project by Hugo Canuto.