Oyá Change She is a greater Orisha, she is a warrior, mistress of sparks, hurricanes and eddies in nature.
African queen who favors strong winds and protects the doors of the cemetery, is directly related to death, spirits and darkness.
There are times when we find ourselves in situations where we feel that nothing progresses normally, that everything turns to salt and we do not progress, even if we try again and again.
For this we will carry out this powerful and effective work, always with faith. We will make this offering in the form of a lamp, which is a ritual that uses a lighter to give light to our deities, in this case to Oyá,
►We dedicate this Adimú to the great Oyá to ask for your help:
We must not forget that also the small offerings (adimú) and prayers that we make to our Orishas move energies and are effective as long as we put love, will and a lot of faith.
Whatever our request to Oyá always with positivity and his intervention will give you the most accurate path and will allow you to move forward in life.
- Eggplant (choose a healthy and beautiful fruit)
- Cotton or wick
- Cooking oil
- White plate
- Corojo butter
- Brown sugar
- White sugar
- 9 cents black (dark color)
How do we make this offering to the goddess Oyá?
- First wash and dry the eggplant with a cloth, remember to always wash the fruits in rituals, for energy reasons they must be clean.
- At the top of the fruit you cut it like a lid and from there you scoop out the aubergine mass with the help of a spoon.
- Then, by rubbing the cotton with the oil with both hands, you make a long, thick and firm wick, so that it protrudes from the fruit and does not fall.
- You put the eggplant on a white plate and inside the fruit add cooking oil, corojo butter, 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, 1 tablespoon of white sugar and 9 black cents for abundance.
- You will need to place the eggplant on top of something to make it firm.
- Then you put the wick inside the eggplant holding the upper part so that it does not fall inside and then you can easily light it.
Your lamp is ready Oyá, you will put it on the orisha but not before thanking her, asking for her blessing, and then you make your request.
How long does the play last?
For 9 days you will turn it on for a while each day, which is how long the work will last. If you run out of wick you can put another one or use two candles.
On the ninth day you can ask the Orisha what position she wants, for example, in the cemetery, in the garbage, in the mountains. And if you can't, put it in the cemetery or on a hill.
If you do not have Oyá You can make this offering too, the important thing is that you have faith in what you do and veneration for it, so you will get what you want to achieve.
I sincerely hope that this adimú to the great queen Oyá May it bring you lots of health, abundance, love and everything that you heartily desire. Ashe