Have you ever said to yourself “I know I can do more with my life, but what?” It is a very disheartening place to be… knowing you have the yearning to be more than you are, but don’t know what that is.
Many cultures throughout this manifestation (Earth) have some technology threaded into their culture which empowers them with the resources to answer this very important question “What was I born to do in this life?” Yet our western mode of thinking prefers to exploit all forms of scientifically based plethora of battery test designed to ascertain your skill sets and aptitudes by presenting questions and scenarios; which based on what you have learned in school, and your social economic status has exposed you to, you will get the answer to your life long question. And with this scientifically proven method you are told that you are perfectly suited to be Life Insurance sales person or a Mortician. Both are very honorable professions, but are either of those careers really you?
Ifa tells us that we should pursuit “Iwa-pele”; the development of good character.
However; “good character is defined as the development of those natural talents, aptitudes, and skill sets you were born with; your individual tool box.
We all have a hammer in our tool box, but are you to willed your hammer for carpentry, sculpturing, tapping metal pieces through bones, or just to break open coconuts?
Identifying, and then pursuing the development of your natural talents, aptitudes, and skill sets is “Iwa-pele”
Ifa gives us the technology to ascertain an exact answer to the question;
“What was I born to do in this life?”
We can do this through Ifa via the help of Orunmila. The historical prophet Orunmila was an incarnation of the Spirit of Ela, and Ela is Elerin Ipin; the witness to Creation. As such; the Babalawo (Priest of Orunmila) inspired by Ela is able to tap into this source of eternal knowledge to answer your question.
Therefore; taping into this source of information we are able to help you “know yourself”, and thereby help you answer the question: “What was I born to do in this life?”