Many times due to life circumstances we run out of energy and we feel that all roads are suddenly closed to us, unbalancing our harmony.
If you feel like this, I recommend you offer this rich Addimú (offering) to Yemayá, the mother of all the Orishas of the Yoruba Pantheon, who is always loving, justice, and mistress of the mighty seas.
“Remember that we are saved by faith alone, but the faith that saves never comes alone”
And it never comes alone, because it is born from the divine, from our orishas, from God and the Universe.
Ask Yemayá with that immense faith that you keep in your heart and you will see that he will help you solve your problems, no matter how difficult they may seem.
If you have not received Yemayá and you venerate her, you can also make this offering in her name, I know that she will listen to you.
- 2 dried coconuts
- molasses of caña
- Brown sugar
- Cinnamon stick
- 7 young leaves of oranges
- 1 white plate
- 2 candles
- 7 cents
How do we prepare this offering with Sweets for Yemayá?
This is one of the Offerings that we can make to Yemayá at home, but then it is important to leave it in nature so that the results are positive.
- First we must grate the coconuts to get their white pulp and then we cook it over high heat.
- When it breaks into a boil añawe gave a cup of molassesaña, 1/2 cup of brown sugar, 1 cinnamon stick and the 7 orange leaves.
- Then we lower the heat and leave the preparation on a very low heat.
- We will leave it for about 5 minutes, but without stopping to stir so that the mixture does not stick.
- I recommend that while you remove this offering you talk with Yemayá.
- After a while you will notice that the dough begins to come off the bottom of the container and that is when you should turn off the fire.
You must keep stirring until that dough becomes hard, let it cool and make 7 balls of this coconut joy for Yemayá.
Our joys They are a sweet or dessert usually made with honey and sugar, and it is one of those sweets that the orishas adore, especially Yemayá, who loves honey.
Presenting the offering at the foot of Yemayá:
Once the balls are ready, we must place them on the white plate next to the representation of the orisha, and add a little grated and roasted coconut on top.
Then you light the candles and ask Yemayá's blessing, always telling her what you offer her and what you need her to grant you.
Leave the offering of sweets for Yemayá for 7 days and at the end of this time, take it to the sea or to the mountains with 7 cents of duty.
Remember to put a lot of faith in it, in these 7 days it is important to maintain positive energy, be clear about our purpose and what we want in our lives to be able to move forward firmly.
Blessings for you.