Isefá, or Receiving One Hand of Ifá, is a ritual (ceremony) marking a major milestone in the Ifá / Orisa journey. Isefá is long-known to help devotees develop spiritual intimacy with their Ifá and Ori inu (inner head), as well as help them navigate through life with heightened, greater tranquility.
Strories of Ọ̀rúnmìlà Doctrine of Ifá.
Protocols & Greetings.
How to get started with Ifá.
Chants/Oríkì for Ọ̀rúnmìlà and Èṣù.
How to maintain & clean your shrine.
What to have on your shrine.
Types of Offerings to give your shrine.
Basic obì divination to communicate with your shrine.
The Hand of Ifá, also known as Isefá, refers to the ritual within the practice of Ifá that marks an individual’s entry into the realm of Ifá worship. It is a significant step in one’s spiritual journey and a means of establishing a deeper connection with the Orishas and the wisdom of Ifa.
The purpose of Isefá is multifaceted. It serves as a rite of passage, signifying an individual’s commitment to the Ifá tradition and their willingness to embrace its teachings. Through Isefá, one becomes a student of Ifá, embarking on a lifelong journey of self-discovery, personal growth, and spiritual development.
The Hand of Ifá, or Isefa, is a physical representation of the initiate’s commitment to Ifá and their connection to the divine. The components of the Hand of Ifa, represent the initiate’s connection to the divine, their commitment to the Ifá tradition, and their willingness to embrace the wisdom of Ifá.
By receiving Isefa, individuals gain access to the wisdom and blessings of the Orishas, enabling them to navigate life’s challenges with clarity and confidence. It enhances their spiritual connection and opens the door to divine communication, allowing them to seek guidance and receive insights from the Orishas through divination.
A Certificate of Completion will be made available upon successful completion of course requirements.
- The Story of Ọ̀rúnmìlà and the Doctrine of Ifá
- The Protocols and Greetings
- How to get started with Ifá
- Chants/Oríkì for Ọ̀rúnmìlà and Èṣù
- How to maintain and clean your shrine
- What is necessary to have with your shrine
- Types of Offerings to give your shrine
- Basic obì divination to communicate with your shrine
This course if FREE to whomever received their Isefá from me.
Chief Awodele Ifayemi
Chief Awodele Ifayemi comes from a long lineage of Traditional Ifa Babalawos. He is the Mayegun Awo of Ilobu land, Osun State, Nigeria. Chief Awodele Ifayemi is an Oloye and a member of the Ifatoogun House of prestigious Babalawos. He is also a recognized member in good standing of the Ilobu Council Of Ifa Practitioners of Ilobu, Osun State, Nigeria, and the publisher of the site ileifa.org.
Information is very good!