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Itefa is the only ceremony know to the traditional Spiritual Philosophy called IFA that can change your life for the better. This ceremony is the one which both men and woman go through when called upon to become a Priest (Babalawo) or Priestess (Iyanifa) of Ifá. However; not everyone who initiates does so to become a Babalawo or and Iyanifa.

Itefa welcomes anyone who desires to improve the kind of life they are having.

It would be a totally incorrect claim to say that everyone who does Itefa experiences a positive change in their life. Truth be told, many have experienced this life-changing ceremony and continue life as usual without any impact or noticeable change for the better. Why is this the case you may ask?

To experience the positive changes Itefa brings to anyone one must have a clear concise mental picture of the life they want to have. Many fail to do this much and many don’t even try to make changes on their own. Itefá will not automatically create a new life for you. You must have already started that journey on your own.

If you have already started the journey of introspection and have identified aspects of your personality that can benefit from a serious “make-over”, then Itefá will smooth the transition and more than meet you half way.

Ifá is about self-empowerment. So you must conscientiously choose to make those changes in your persona that will align you with a destiny more in line with the vision of the life you want to have.

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  1. My 16 year old son is asking me to allow him to read on this religion and I don’t know where to start. Where can I find information on it?

    1. Hi Sherry;

      Your son is searching for “Truth” that has been hidden from the many by the few. Have him read the articles on this blog. Also consider enrolling him in my Self-Empowerment Via the Principles of Ifá. The course is located on my online Academy; omoawo.org.

      Ogbó àtó Asure Ìwòrìwòfún.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobuland

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