Oscar Guerrero, Tata Nganga to make guest appearance on Yeyefini’s “Honoring Your Ancestors” Workshop

Oscar Guerrero, Tata Nganga, will be making a guest appearance on Yeyefini Efunbolade’s workshop entitled “Honoring Your Ancestral Spirits” this coming Sunday April 15th 3:00 – 5:00 pm. He will be speaking specifically about our relationship with spirits as Palo initiates as well as addressing some common misconeptions surrounding Palo. Access will be available via a conference phone number.

For all those interested more information can be found below:

http://www.yeyefini.com/2012-classes-lectures-workshops/

Please join me on Sunday April 15Th 3:00-5:00 pm. For This Powerful , Life Enhancing event!!!!

Honoring Your Ancestral Spirits by Yeyefini Efunbolade , J. Efunlayo Maxey and Oscar Guerrero

This is a rare opportunity to explore and be healed by West African traditional practices

Information on how to re-establish family ties Who or what are “Elemi” un- evolved dark spirits and how to balance these energies…and finally you will receive techniques and tools on HOW, WHEN and WHERE to establish a place of honor for your ancestral spirits
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Cost: $20.00 (The conference phone number will be given to you upon registration)

Efunlayo Maxey is a priestess of Obatala for over 11 years. She is one of the teachers of IIASK.Inc SEW classes. She will share her knowledge and passion of genealogy and journaling. She will share some of of her techniques and expertise of how to “Connect the dots towards connecting to your family’s Ancestral legacy”

Oscar Guerrero is a Tata Nganga (Priest of Palo Mayombe) He was first initiated into Palo in 1995 in the lineage Sarabanda Corta Lima Makiribono Bacheche an later In 2003 he became a Tata in Kimbisa con Mayombe Guanofilo con Mulenda Santo Cristo Buen Viaje which stems from Tata Roque Zamora of Parraga, Municipio de Arroyo Naranjo, Havana Cuba . He is also an Olorisha, Oni-Yemoja and has dedicated most of his religious life to the study of Palo.

Iyalode Yeyefin Efunbolade is the President of YEYEFINI.com, Priestess of Obatala and Director of the International Institute of African Studies and Knowledge.Inc.

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