New Class: Ebos and Obras for the Orishas

The new ebó/obra class begins December 3rd, and meets weekly on Thursdays from 9:00 to 10PM Eastern Standard Time. As with all my classes, this is an online class using gotomeeting.com as our online classroom. Classes are taught in four week blocks, and the derecho for each four weeks of instruction is $50.00. Seating is limited to 15 students.

The work learned here is not the type of work one prescribes in conjunction with odu or diloggún. Instead, they are ebós used to get work done. And work well, they do!

The first four week block of instruction is as follows:

December 3: One hour of instruction on the symbolism used when working with one’s ashé and with the orishas.  Everything from the cloths we use to the animals we depend on have meaning; once you understand those meanings, many of our most traditional ebós, seemingly senseless, make sense. An understanding of the items used increases success in one’s works. Also, some orishas are used, traditionally, for certain workings while others are not. We will study that traditional material.

December 10: Our focus for this day will be on ebós for the orisha Elegguá. 8 to 10 ebós will be presented to solve a variety of human conditions.

December 17: Our focus for this day will be on ebós for the orisha Elegguá. 8 to 10 ebós will be presented to solve a variety of human conditions.

December 20, 2015 through January 3, 2016: Holiday break!  All classes are on vacation; all classes resume on Monday, January 4.

January 7, 2016: Our focus for this day will be on ebós for the orisha Elegguá. 8 to 10 ebós will be presented to solve a variety of human conditions.

January 7 finishes the first four-week cycle of instruction for Ebós and Obras for the Orishas. We will cycle through a month of ebós and obras for other orishas in the following order: Ogún, Ochosi, Oyá, Oshún, Yemayá, Shangó, and Obatalá. Classes for ebós and obras with other orishas beyond these “might” be presented in future four-week offerings; however, at this time I have no plans to do so.

As always, thank you for allowing me to be such a huge part of your spiritual lives. I am honored.

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5 thoughts on “New Class: Ebos and Obras for the Orishas

  1. Bendicion Baba,  I would love to join this class.  The issue with hightail, I was thinking maybe I can create a new user account.  What do you think?  Can we start over ?…..I was never in class so is like I never took the course and believe I was being charge.  Also do you think you can charge me as you mention to me you would do with the last class.   FYI…I have to end up getting a new credit card because someone got a hold of my account.  I believe the 1 dollar for patreon was coming out of that account.  I ask you about a month ago if you were still getting the 1 dollar from me, and you told me you would let me know.    WI am the living Proof!!!

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    The new ebó/obra class begins December 3rd, and meets weekly on Thursdays from 9:00 to 10PM Eastern Standard Time. As with all my classes, this is an online class using gotomeeting.com as our online classroom. Classes are taught in four week blocks, and the derecho for each four weeks of instruction is $50.00. Seating is limited to 15 students.The work learned here is not the type of work one prescribes in conjunction with odu or diloggún. Instead, they are ebós used to get work done. And work well, they do!The first four week block of instruction is as follows:December 3: One hour of instruction on the symbolism used when working with one’s ashé and with the orishas.  Everything from the cloths we use to the animals we depend on have meaning; once you understand those meanings, many of our most traditional ebós, seemingly senseless, make sense. An understanding of the items used increases success in one’s works. Also, some orishas are used, traditionally, for certain workings while others are not. We will study that traditional material.December 10: Our focus for this day will be on ebós for the orisha Elegguá. 8 to 10 ebós will be presented to solve a variety of human conditions.December 17: Our focus for this day will be on ebós for the orisha Elegguá. 8 to 10 ebós will be presented to solve a variety of human conditions.December 20, 2015 through January 3, 2016: Holiday break!  All classes are on vacation; all classes resume on Monday, January 4.January 7, 2016: Our focus for this day will be on ebós for the orisha Elegguá. 8 to 10 ebós will be presented to solve a variety of human conditions.January 7 finishes the first four-week cycle of instruction for Ebós and Obras for the Orishas. We will cycle through a month of ebós and obras for other orishas in the following order: Ogún, Ochosi, Oyá, Oshún, Yemayá, Shangó, and Obatalá. Classes for ebós and obras with other orishas beyond these “might” be presented in future four-week offerings; however, at this time I have no plans to do so.As always, thank you for allowing me to be such a huge part of your spiritual lives. I am honored. Ochani Lele | November 21, 2015 at 4:56 pm | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/pryS9-6E | Comment |    See all comments |    Like |

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