ONLY FEW SEATS LEFT FOR the Ancestral Veneration Workshop in NYC!!!
Egungun- Ancestral Veneration in Yoruba Spirituality
In traditional Yoruba spirituality, the ancestors play an important role in the lives of their descendants. Attend this anticipated workshop and learn about the Yoruba spirit of Ancestral energy called Egungun and how to draw strength of the ancestors into your life. Discover how the ancient Yoruba venerated their ancestors and how the practice can be continued today.
In this workshop you will learn:
- The definition, history and role of Egungun
- The role of the ancestors in our lives
- How to communicate with your Ancestors
- Ancestral veneration in Yoruba spirituality
- How to make an ancestral altar
You will receive:
- Informative handouts of complementary materials.
- Yoruba prayer to the ancestors
Date and Time
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Ticket and Registration
Workshop Fee : $20
To reserve your seat you must pay in advance. Send your ticket requests to olosayin@.... Include first and last name, number of tickets and contact number.
Tickets available on a first come first serve basis.
TRS, Inc Professional Suite
44 East 32nd Street, 11th Fl.
New York, NY 10016
Take the #6 train to 33rd Street and exit at the 32nd street Exit.
About the Presenter
Jamel Cherry, also known as Sangobukunmi Odushola is a traditional Yoruba priest initiated into the Sango priesthood by Sangodele Ibuowo, the Elegun Sango of Koso, Oyo State , Nigeria . He is also a certified Holistic Health Consultant, herbalist, third-degree reiki master, numerologist and African diviner. He has done and continues to do extensive studies on Yoruba spirituality, divination, and traditional healing in Nigeria and America with various elders. He also studied traditional African medicine with African healers including Malidoma Some, Dr. Llaila Afrika, Baba Ifabukunmi O. Adewale, Dr. Kofi Asare and distinguished African ethnobotanist and traditional African healer, Dr. Kweku Andoh.