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Three Goddess You'll Want To Know!


Yemaya, Oya, and Oshun are three prominent Orishas in the Yoruba religion and its diaspora, particularly in Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Latinx cultures. These Orishas are revered and worshipped as deities associated with different aspects of nature and human life.


Yemaya is the Orisha of the ocean, considered the mother of all Orishas. She is associated with motherhood, fertility, nurturing, and the essence of femininity. Yemaya is often depicted as a beautiful and nurturing woman, and her colors are blue and white. She is venerated as the protector of women and children and is believed to provide guidance, healing, and emotional support. As the Orisha of the ocean, she is revered as the source of life, abundance, and fertility. Devotees seek her blessings for fertility, safe childbirth, emotional well-being, and protection. Yemaya is often seen as a compassionate and loving mother figure who listens to the prayers and concerns of her followers.


Oya is the Orisha of winds, storms, and transformation. She is associated with the power of change, renewal, and the forces of nature. Oya is depicted as a fierce warrior woman, often with a sword and a windswept headdress. Her colors are red and purple. She is known for her energy and is believed to bring about swift and dramatic changes in people's lives. Oya is also associated with the realm of the ancestors and is considered a guardian of the cemetery. Oya is often called upon for protection, guidance, and assistance in navigating life's challenges and transformations. Her fierce and powerful nature is revered, and she is seen as a force that can bring about positive changes and clear obstacles in one's path.


Oshun is the Orisha of rivers, love, beauty, and sensuality. She is associated with femininity, abundance, and wealth. Oshun is depicted as a young, beautiful woman adorned with gold and yellow garments. Her colors are yellow and gold. She is believed to bring joy, love, and prosperity to her devotees. Oshun is often associated with sweet water, honey, and mirrors, and she is also revered as the patroness of arts and culture. Devotees seek her blessings for love, fertility, prosperity, and emotional well-being. Oshun is known for her ability to bring about abundance and to attract positive relationships.

These Orishas have their own unique personalities, qualities, and rituals associated with them. They are worshipped through offerings, prayers, dances, and ceremonies, which vary based on the specific traditions and practices of different cultures and regions. Yemaya, Oya, and Oshun are considered powerful spiritual forces and are often called upon for blessings, protection, and guidance in various aspects of life.

Join us on the New Moon July 28th as we invoke the energies of each Goddess to assist in stepping into our divine feminine energy.

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