Old woman, Young Girl

Today out of the blue my fingers were itching to write, I didn’t know what and then this came out. The Old Lady was back with her conversations with the Young Girl. I said to my mom, “I thought the Old Woman had gone away for good.” My mom replied, “No girl, she was just resting for awhile.” Enjoy” – Ye Ye Omileye

Young girl:  If the mother is so loving why is she destroying the Earth and her people?

Old Woman:  Who said she is destroying anything, maybe she is building.

Young girl:  But there is a lot of suffering old woman because the winds are howling and her waters are rising.

Old Woman:  Maybe this is just the sound of a woman giving birth

Young girl:  That does not make any sense to me old woman. There is no birth just destruction.

Old Woman:  Smiling. Girl when you can learn to see the dance of life, birth and death then maybe you will understand that even you are shifting like the wind, flowing like the water, dancing like the fire, still like earth, and expansive like space. You are always arising and becoming Girl.

Young girl:  You are getting off track from the main point.

Old Woman:  No girl, you are just blind

Young Girl:  No need to insult, Old Woman

Old Woman:  Laughing: I do not insult, I merely speak what is true. When your eyes are open you will not see destruction, you will merely see the changing of the seasons, the rising of the sun and the turning of Mother’s spinning wheel.

Young girl:  Old Woman, what does all of this talk mean?

Old Woman:  Laughing harder now. Girl one day you will know the joys of Mother’s ways. I must go now and help her, she is in labor, as you can hear.


-YeYe Omileye Achikeobi-Lewis

Yeye Omileye Achikeobi-Lewis M.Ed, NCC, LPCA is often referred to as an old spirit in a modern world who travels to local and international communities sharing universal and indigenous ceremonies and wisdom teachings which nurture compassion, oneness, balance and a sustainable planet. She is an international award-winning author of several books, former national UK journalist, fifth generation Wisdom keeper, storyteller, and sacred artist of Afro Caribbean roots.

A mother of two she is also a licensed contemplative clinical mental health psychotherapist, a licensed school counselor, a trained SEED Facilitator, and an inclusion and diversity consultant. She, along with her husband, have co-founded several organizations and projects: YeyeOsun, the Institute of Four Elemental Mother’s Compassion and Wisdom in Action; renown international Humanity for Water Awards; and UNICEF Interfaith WASH Alliance (founded with other world and cultural leaders). Her work and strength of visions has been recently blessed and recognized by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Kuten La, the Tibetan State Oracle and United Nations. Omileye has also received several ancient distinguished African spiritual titles and roles including Yeye Osun and Crown of Osun, is the award winner of the prestigious Prince’s Trust Award, and has a passion for working with children, diversity, and the environment. She has just founded her own private integrative and contemplative diversity counseling practice and consultancy.


 

Help Yeye Omileye Travel to India for Mamaki (Female Water Buddha/Mother) Emanation Initiation Ceremony

Why Is This Important?

This is a historical event where it is the first time there has been a Mamaki Emanation for our life time. Also the first time a woman of African descent has received this type of recognition.  Above all There are also two great Water Mother energies joining together as one. Both Mothers are from seemingly different cultures: Osun is from Nigerian Ifa tradition and Mamaki from Tibetan Buddhism. Yet, both are seen as the exact same Mother Energy in the eyes of Kuten La – Tibetan State Oracle.  This has a basis behind it and it is a conversation of unity the great Mother seems like she is ready to start. This unity of Mothers also symbolizes the rise of the divine feminine across the waters.

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Image Credit: by Yeye Omi.

 

1 Comment

  • Reply November 5, 2017

    Que

    I love this! Thank you!

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