What is mano de Orula ceremony?
What do we do? “Mano de Orula is a three-day ceremony that I went through. That is what the bracelet means. It is a process in which you find out your own individual destiny. You find out what your individual life is about, what it means, and then how you should live to fulfill that specific destiny.
How much does mano de Orula cost?
Costs range between 450 CUC to 1,000 CUC in Havana and US $900 – $2,000. You pay the Babalawo of your choice direct and although we can introduce you to different priests, the decision and responsibility to take the ceremony is completely yours.
What is a Orula?
Orula is the santo of divinations and the santo of the babalawos and the divination system Ifá which they belong to. Only babalawos are considered as the sons of Orula, and only men can become babalawos.
What is Ikofa?
Awo Fakan for men or Ikofa Fun for women is a three-day-long ceremony that can only be performed by Babalawos. This beautiful ceremony is not for the faint of heart. It can be physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding; but can also bring tremendous change in the lives of devotees.
What does a green and yellow bracelet mean?
The key features of the Salvation Bracelet are the colored beads. Green bead to represent growth. Yellow to represent Heaven.
Who is Orula in Catholicism?
 The Yoruba pantheon was extensive, diverse and was formed by gods and goddess denominated Orishas . Anthropologist suggests that the word “Orisha” means religious ceremony….
|Yoruba God||Catholic Saint||What they do|
|Orula||Saint Francisco de Asis||Possesses the secrets of Ifa, interpreted by the babalos (high priest)|
What is the African religion Ifa?
Ifa is a faith and divination system with its roots in Olori’s family’s ancestral homeland, Yorubaland. The region now encompasses the nations of Benin, Togo and Ghana and parts of Nigeria. Like some other religions, Ifa includes magic, the use of traditional medicines and veneration of the dead.
Is orunmila the same as Orula?
Orunmila/Orúnmila, Orunla/Orúnla, Orula/Orúla While the god is known as Orunmila/Orunla/Orula in Africa, he is called Orúnmila/Orúnla/Orúla in Cuba. The worship of this god was transferred from Africa to Cuba via the priests who traveled to the country in slave cargos.
What does green and yellow beads mean?
Green connects us to unconditional love and is used for balancing our whole being. It connects us to nature and to empathy with others. Yellow (warm) Represents sunbeams, warmth, healing and motion.
What does wearing a green bracelet mean?
Green Wristbands Green signifies certain disabilities and disorders such as cerebral palsy, Tourette syndrome, nephrotic syndrome, and gastroparesis. Organ donation is also represented by a green wristband, along with bone marrow donation, tissue donation, and organ transplant and organ donation awareness.
Can I wear Orula bracelet?
You can comfortably wear this amulet protection bracelet all day long. GREAT GIFT IDEA: A thoughtful present for someone you care about. This Orula bracelet comes with a beautiful and handy GIFT BOX for easy gift giving.