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How to talk to Yemayá and Olokun? Advice and prayers

How to talk to Yemayá

Yemaya y Olokun are closely linked, both habitan in the seas, powerful divinities that transmit much love, health, abundance and help to their children. To speak with the Orishas Yemayá and Olokun is to ask for protection forever.

Yemayá in the Yoruba religion is the mother of all, protective and loving Orisha, synonymous with luminosity, the watchman of our seas.

Olokun is synonymous with magic, it has never been seen because habita in the deepest and darkest of the oceans where there are indecipherable secrets. He is an orisha who stands out for being androgynous, he has both male and female traits. Since past times there are many who debate what the sexuality of this deity really is.

Both deities are inseparable energies and forces, the greatest honor and gift that can be done to these Orishas is to go to their seas and converse with them.

How to talk to Olokun and Yemayá?

Let's remember that all the faith you put in will be your reward. Yemayá and Olokun's love is unconditional, they are protective and genuine with their children, as long as they are not offended, then they show their other faces, the dark ones that have no mercy with mistakes.

Visit his temple:

The sacred temple of Yemayá and Olokun is the sea, near its waters the spiritual connection that you can establish is immense, sit on the shore, let its waters splash and wet you, perceive how you receive your request from abundance.

Greet them with respect:

When you get to the sea ask for its blessing saying: Yemayá blessings! and Blessings Olokun!

Omío Yemaya Omoloddé! Yemaya Ataramawa! and Maferefún Olokun!

Ask in faith and be grateful:

From your faith, with your heart in hand, tell him not only your hardships and sorrows, but also give thanks for the times you have needed them and they have helped you.

Perhaps one day you went to his temple by the sea or asked for something with your thought, you got it and forgot to thank you for the accomplishment, so you should always show your gratitude.

When you invoke the Orishas, ​​do so with the certainty that what you need will be offered to you, because they are your protectors, those who attend and grant your requests.

Offer respect and love:

Do not forget to cross yourself before these deities and show them respect, it does not matter that you cannot take offerings to the sea, they know your needs, the greatest offering you carry in your heart, the Goddesses of the ocean will listen to you when you touch their waters with your fingers. .

What is promised at the foot of its waters must be fulfilled, but above all never curse when an order has not arrived, we must accept what our deities offer us without disrespect, only they know why they did not give it and we must understand that it was for our good, even if we don't understand it at the time.

What to ask of the Orishas of the oceans?

We will always have problems, but Yemayá and Olokun are asked firmly, without hesitation and that the request be concise, so that it is understood.

Always giving them knowledge, that is, that they know the reason why you arrive at their feet.

  • Explain honestly what your concerns, fears and regrets are, yesterday and today.
  • Ask them to help you remove everything that prevents you from moving forward and continuing.
  • You do not necessarily have to go to ask for something material, in the spiritual you can go to ask for its blessings that are as big as its oceans.

Yemayá and Olokun offer health, stability, fertility, abundance, love, reconciliation, they free us from battles, they help us cross seas under their protection and an infinite world of solutions to our problems.

But remember: "With faith and love, respect and devotion"

I pray to the mother of all, Yemayá

When you want to invoke and speak with mother Yemayá, you can do so with this powerful prayer:

Yemayá orísha obinnn dudu smell re maye abaya mi re oyu ayaba ano rigba oki mi iya mayelé, ogá ni gbogbo okum yeyé o / no eya lojun oyina ni re ta gbodo ojun nibe iwo ni re olowo nitosi re o / no terida odukue iya mi

Translated into Spanish:

Holy black woman, with your seven rays in your face, queen guess, receive our greetings. Mother owner of all sea, mother son of fish, there far away she has her throne under the sea where you have her riches, for her obedient son. Thank you, my goodness.

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