Asking Ifa Questions During Divination

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  1. Brian Tayco says:

    Iboru Abure,
    Finally, I was able to read your article thoroughly being that I have been busy with school. Your piece is quite simplistic and straightforward. This is a good thing. Most people who write articles pertaining to the client and their rights during the process in divination. I will say it’s rare for any Awo to be detailed about the importance of how the client must be honest and purely genuine with the process of the reading. Yes, it is a two way street.
    If they do not understand that, then they are not ready to be divined by Ifa. It not only the Awo’s responsibility to divine the said problem that needs to be resolved. But it is also the responsibility of the client to know what that deep rooted problem is. Your article was well-thought out, and I only hope that any other article pertaining to this matter or otherwise is honest and empathetic to the needs of both sides. Thank you for writing this.

    Brian Tayco
    Oluo Obara Wori

    1. Awódélé Ifáyemí says:

      Alaafia Brian;

      Thank you for your visit and kind words. I’m pleased that you enjoyed the article.

      O dábò!
      Chief Awodele Ifayemi
      Atunwase Awo of Ilobuland

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