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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Iya Awofalola. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Iya Awofalola, often where they are interviewed.

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Iya Awofalola Fatunmise Darlene Denise Dawson Memorial Tribute

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On her 61st birthday, we'll remember the late Ayofalola Fatunmise (Darlene Denise Dawson), teacher, healer, Priestess, sister, mother and friend.
Oct 10 2016 · 1hr 32mins
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YHOW Hour Of Power with Iya Awofalola, Dr. Ayele Kumari and Special Guest HRU

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Yoruba House of Worship Inc. doing business as (IHOW) Ifa House of Worship HOUR OF POWER Special Guest: HRU Yuya Assaan-ANU. Part II

HRU is an initiated Priest in the Nigerian Orisha tradition and an advanced student of the IFA priestly order. HRU has been working with the spirit world through various indigenous native systems for over 20 years as a spiritual counselor and guide. He is also the Chief Priest and temple head of “ANU Nation”; where he has initiated a cadre of students into Orisha tradition as well as his own ANU Spiritual Order and currently teaches indigenous occult and mystery systems, African philosophy and spiritual sciences, and divination to adults as well as children through his school, “The Sadulu House Spiritual Center.”

Books:
“Grasping the Root of Divine Power”, “Solutions for Dysfunctional FamilyRelationships” You can pick up a copy of those books by visiting “ANUBookstore.com.”
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HRU teaches classes on spiritual growth, personal development, and indigenous ancient spirituality. Class are taught in three phases and bring a person through the beginner to advanced level of spirit and soul work in a very hands on practical manner.

For information on Orisha, Ifa and West African spirituality you can go to: OrishaReligion.com

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HRU also performs spiritual readings and consultations via telephone and in person.

For more information about how to register for classes, or how to schedule a spiritual consultation with HRU, please visit him at: www.SaduluHouse.com
Apr 07 2014 · 1hr 21mins
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YHOW Hour of Power with Iya Awofalola, Dr. Ayele Kumari and Nadia Amunet

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Join me and my Special Guest Dr. Ayele Kumari for a lively discussion at 8PM Eastern Standard Time about Accessing our own power to run the social media in our lives. 

Born as natural intuitive and clairvoyant, Dr. Ayele Kumari began receiving visions as a child and has continued to do so her entire life. In 1989, she began formal training in the oracles and Kemetian tradition ( Egyptian) while attending Clark College. Now, she has over 25 years’ experience and is highly trained in ancient and modern spiritual technologies, coupled with holistic healing and metaphysics. Dr. Kumari is now initiated into Ifa , the Akan tradition, the women’s mysteries of Tantra, is a Priestess Hierophant in the Fellowship of Isis.. She was claimed by Sekhmet during her initiation in the Iseum of Black Isis. She is proficient in astrology, numerology, I ching, tarot, direct prophesy, and bone divination along with being a Board Certified Natropath , Ayurveda , licensed in neuromuscular therapy, certified in homeopathy, hypnotherapy, herbology, and a Reiki and Seichem Master Teacher. She has extensive expertise as a lay researching in ancient Vedic and African history as well as indigenous sciences. She has a BA in Sociology and Business, an MA in Spiritual Counseling, and a PhD in Metaphysical Theology. As a professor in the healing arts at St. Louis colleges, she has trained thousands of health professionals in the natural healing arts.

She is a mother of 4 adult children and has 4 grandchildren. She lives in St. Louis, MO. She offers retreats, workshops, online and tele- courses in her specialties. She is also author of Spirit Rising, A Women’s Workbook for Healing and Empowerment. Calabash: Sacred Healing from the African Ancestral Mothers. She can be contacted through her website, www. Ayelekumari.com
Mar 24 2014 · 2hr 3mins
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YHOW Hour of Power with Iya Awofalola and Sherie Hollis

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This week on the (YHOW) Yoru'ba' House of Worship Hour of Power Iya Awofalola interviews Guest Speaker  Sherie Hollis of Mind, Body and Spirit Connections blogtalkradio show. Our discussion will focus on living life abundantly in 2014.

Our Guest Speaker Sherie Hollis has her Masters of Science degree in Metaphysics. Metaphysics is the study of mind physics concerning the nature of being and reality. Within a few minutes of speaking with you, she has a unique ability to identify the things that are holding you back in your life. Her specialty is her ability to help you to move past your limitations, so that you can have anything you want. Sherie has been actively coaching people holistic life, mentally, spiritually, physically, emotionally and economically. She has worked extensively in the community for the past year, teaching workshops she developed, that empower women in all areas of their lives. She says she was born a life-coach and spiritual life teacher. She has expanded her audience to include men too. She is available for telephone coaching, one on one with a client, as well as group coaching. She is available: Ask her a question and she’ll return your call within 24 hours, click on mail box below, next to the call button. Talk to me now http://www.ingenio.com/Mail/Action.aspx?mailId=186115&cd=cGopRyzNo%2bqaq%2brU2%2bZClw%3d%3d
Jan 27 2014 · 1hr 1min
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YHOW Hour of Power with Iya Awofalola

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Happy New Year 2014! YHOW gives thanks to the Great Mother Goddess for setting us free to live our power. The first Hour of Power show is dedicated to my Personal Egun! Iba ye Mabel Dawson, my mother, my Queen Mother, and an original Queen of Hearts member. Her life is my inspiration and she was my first teacher. Beautiful loving mother, sister and best friend shared the lessons of her life with her daughters. In honor of her memory, I share with you her and my other writings about her. As mother and grandma to her many grandchildren she was real and down to earth, no nonsense community mother and grandmother of all who entered her world. Mom had the deep love of Osun and the capacity to love all the children like Yemaya.  My mother loved Mother Mary McLeod Bethune because she uplifted the lives of poor black people and she shared that vision of African American doing better with me. My mother loved her people and supported good for the community where we lived. Join me and celebrate your own mother. Call in 347-989-0180
Jan 05 2014 · 46mins