Secrets of Water…

***I Tell You The Truth, No One Can Enter The Kingdom of God Unless He/She is Born of Water & The Spirit…

*** Water is a mystical element that can transform our lives if we are willing to open heart and mind to its gifts. No matter what the specific health or fitness goal, one cannot achieve the maximum benefit from any health program without drinking the right kind of water in the proper amount. Without sufficient water to constantly wet all parts, your body’s drought-management system kicks into action. When histamine and its subordinate “drought managers” come across pain-sensing nerves, they cause pain.

Many religions also consider particular sources or bodies of water to be sacred or at least auspicious.

A Water Deity is a deity in mythology associated with water or various bodies of water. Water deities are common in mythology and were usually more important among civilizations in which the sea or ocean, or a great river were present.  Another important focus of worship of water deities were springs or holy wells.

Experts in the scientific communities as well as homeopathy and holistic sciences have proven the “memory” of water; the carrying capacity of water for “energy,” and the ability of water to “remember”. Experts realize that water retains information, even after the most stringent purification and filtration processes. This is termed the energy signature or vibration imprint. The vibration imprint of toxins can be picked up by the water molecule and are in turn passed on to living organisms.

The true nature of water, which is the source of life – is unknown.

We still know very little about the fascinating properties of water and its secrets. Water hides a lot of power that we are able to release and shape with the help of the energy of our strong emotions, both positive and negative.

Messages from Water – Claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Water reacts to our words and depending on what we say and what emotions accompany our words, it creates either beautiful and harmonious shapes or ugly and irregular ones. Water has a memory – a memory far longer than our transient lifetimes. Water is an amazing substance capable of efficient gathering of information from all things as soon as it comes in contact with them.

In an experiment, water was exposed to different sounds and messages of hatred, anger, love, blessings, traditional music, etc. and then analyzed it in a microscope. The results were amazing: when the words or sounds were negative, the waves emitted from these sounds generated ugly and shapeless crystals in the water and, on the other hand, when the words or sounds were kind and positive the crystals had beautiful and perfectly well defined crystals.

Water Is Powerful It Can Wash Away Earth, Put Out Fire & Even destroy Iron. Water Can Carve Its Way Through Stone. And When Trapped, Water Makes A New Path… Water is “probably the most weird substance on Earth,” It behaves very differently from other materials. Water is indispensable for humanity, we use it for almost all our activities. When you dream and you see water in your dream, it can mean variety of things. Seeing water in your dreams could mean Wealth – Peace of mind- Happiness – Anger…

To See: …A flowing river in your dream it mean your journey in life is clean and running fast it mean the dreamer is progressing developing with no disturbance. If the river is running slowly it mean the dreamer is not progressing in his or her journey of life.  A violent water in your dream it mean the dreamer is likely to encounter big problem beyond his or her control. It also mean the dreamers should control his/her temper.  A muddy or unclean water in your dream  mean that the dreamer dwell his or her life in negativity, the mind of the dreamer is beclouded by negative thoughts. The dreamer is experiencing halt or stoppage in his /her spiritual, physical and economic development.

Think about it! You drink water with a memory! Try to drink as clean water as possible. Water is indispensable for man; we use it for almost all our activities. When you dream and you see water in your dream, it can mean variety of things. The meanings of seeing Omi (water) in dreams in Yoruba spirituality cannot be cover in a single post. Seeing water in your dreams could mean oro (wealth) ifokonbale (peace of mind) idunu (happiness) ibinu (anger) it does have negative meaning.

*INTERPRETATION OF DREAMS ABOUT OMI (WATER)

Odo mimon  (a clean stream): if you dream and see a clean stream and you see fishes inside the stream and some time the streams is so clean and clear that you see the underneath or underground. It means the dreamer will have peace of mind, happiness, and prosperity. Rinrin Lori omi (walking or trekking on water in your dreams ): if you dream you are  walking or trekking on water, it mean you are above your problem, you are fully in charge of every situation in your life. Ki omi ru sini lara (if you dream of splashing water or water splash on you in your dreams): this mean that your ori inu (inner head) is waking you up. It means you are slumbering or docile to life needed activities. Telling you to avoid laziness. The splash water is to awake you to consciousness. Use agbon meta (three coconut) and oyin igan (wild honey) to appease your Ori to continue to be with you. Omi gbigbona tabi omi hiho  (if you see boiling or hot water in your dream): if you see this in your dream it mean your temper is too high, you need to cool your temper and calm your mind in dealing with people. If the boiling or the hot water hurt you, it means you need to be careful not to use your anger to injure yourself.

Odo tonsan (flowing river): if you see a flowing river in your dream it means your journey in life. if the river is clean and running fast it mean the dreamer is progressing developing with no disturbance. If the river is running slowly it mean the dreamer is not progressing in his or her journey of life he needs to consult Babalawo. Odo sisan pada seyin  (river flowing or running backward): if you dream and see a river running or flowing backward it mean the dreamer is experiencing backwardness or setback  in his or her endeavor, he or she needs to consult ifa through a Babalawo for appropriate sacrifice. Idotin tabi iti igi  ninu Odo  ( if you see logs or refuse in the river in your dream ): if you see this in your dream it mean the dreamer have a lot of difficulties against his or her success. He or she need to consult ifa for way forward.

Omi adagun (stagnant river or lake ): if you see this in your dream it mean the dreamer is experiencing halt or stoppage in his spiritual, physical and economic development, the dreamer should consult ifa through a priest or priestess for solutions.

Omi riru (if you see violent water or tsunami in aa dream ): when you see tsunami or violent water in your dream it mean the dreamer is likely to encounter big problem beyond his or her control. The dreamer should go on three-day iwure by eating only white food no salt no palm oil, this will avert the trouble. It also means the dreamers should control his temper.

Omi erofo tabi omi riru  (  if you see a muddy or unclean water in your dream ): this mean that the dreamer dwell his or her life in negativity, the mind of the dreamer is beclouded by negative thoughts. The dreamer should list to good music and trying to be in company of lively people.

Omi itura tabi Odo tutu (swimming pool): if you dream and see swimming pool in your dream it means the dreamer have overwork him or herself. The dreamer body need rest and relaxation.

Mimu omi (drinking water in your dreams):  if you drink water in your dreams it means the dreamer need more knowledge. The dreamer should try to gain more knowledge through studying and learning. And if the dreamers have been starving his or herself of sexual intercourse it also means the dreamer need sex. This Is just a tip out of iceberg.

 Nothing Is Softer or More Flexible Than Water – Yet Nothing Can Resist It…

** Impacting knowledge to the world about Ifa and Orisha, knowledge of African herbal remedies, dreams interpretation. All the glories of the water in the world Cannot match the glory of the sea. All the honors of rivers that flows Cannot match the honor of the ocean All the sound of guns shot in the world Doesn’t earn respect like sounds of Thunder strike A child will not carve image from wood in the bush An adult will not carve image from wood in the forest And claim that such carving wood are above their creator Sculptor and clay molder will not make image And claim that such image are above their creator Because there is no place you won’t find presence of air. My dear Orisha devotees your power is not in image you set in your temple or any carving image your power is in you feel free to connect to your Orisha anywhere even if the image are not available at that moments Olodumare is always there to grant your request.

As a form of animal worship, whales, and snakes (hence dragons) have been regarded as godly deities throughout the world (other animals are such as turtles, fish, crabs, and sharks). In Asian lore, whales and dragons sometimes have connections. Serpents are also common as a symbol or as serpentine deities, sharing many similarities with dragons.

Without Hands & Feet This Mighty Water Can Drive Mountains… 

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6 thoughts on “Secrets of Water…”

  1. Aboru Aboye Baba,

    So in gratitude for the sharing of wisdom on the subjects of Obi Abata, Calabash, and the Witches. Your sacrifice of traveling, studying, and ongoing research in IFA has been a blessing to us in the Diaspora. May you life be sweeten with Long Life and Prosperity.

  2. Ela moyin Aboru, Aboye, Abosise Oloye, it is wonderful to see your work on Ifa and the culture of African Traditional Religions in all aspects and in their depth. It is important as Yeye Maya Angelo passed the torch of learning that, “as we learn we must teach” and this is the gift that you have set before us. Again thank you for your knowledge and the continuation of education in Orisa and more……
    Ifa gbe wa O! Ire O jire O! Iya Abiye Awo Agbaye, Oloye Fayomi Falade Aworeni Ile Iwosan Orunmila Mimo Temple

  3. Greetings Baba Yagbe,

    I much appreciate your reminder of this divine substance, that most people completely underestimate. Please continue to enlightened us with articles that reawakens our curiosity. Adupe o!

  4. Tyra Mcgill = I love this article I was having a difficult time one day and I searched on the internet and I came across this article; I walk down to the river and I sat for about an hour or more by the time I left I felt so much better.

  5. What a visually stunning post! Thank you for sharing all these beautiful images and for the deep information. I really appreciate the part about what water means in dreams, since I dream of it a quite often. Much gratitude for all your great work Yagbé

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