Dear Community and Relatives,
We would like to invite you to our Center for Sacred Studies Prayer Portal call on August 28, 2019, 5 pm PST.
Margin will be hosting the Prayer Portal call this month with our Center for Sacred Studies Grandmother Elder Jyoti, Spiritual Director Darlene Hunter, and Yeye Omileye. This will be the ninth of twelve calls that have been scheduled once a month on the last Wednesday of the month. These calls include different facilitators each time so that we can offer a diverse dialogue.
We are hoping to hold a focus of the Now! What is happening and what can be our response? How is this walk a prayer in motion for unity and peace? What is the shadow that has been brought out in our collective for healing? How can we stay fully present as we follow the guidance of prophecy that comes to guide us through these times? Witness the many Divine channels that are intervening now to help us.
Our call this month is called “The Osun Prophecy”. Many in spiritual circles are wondering what our times hold, how to really help and if the help we are giving is enough. Recently, Yeye Omileye had a detailed prophetic trance vision from Osun, where a disaster was detailed out, along with the solutions. This vision seems to come on the back of another historic prophetic trance vision from Osun Yeye Omileye had in 2017 which sent her to look for “The Oracle”, who turned out to be Kuten La, Tibetan State Medium of the Nechung Oracle. Yeye Omileye and Chief Olu detail out both trance visions, how they are connected, their importance, the solutions which have birthed from these visions and the important role of the Mother Goddess in saving our world.
Omileye and Olu suggested we pass on the audio link to you of this prophecy which was just received. It might help facilitate the discussion on our call. Here is the link to the Osun Prophecy audio link Osun-Mamaki-Tsunami-msg-20190726-with-Intro
About Yeye Omileye Achikeobi-Lewis, M.Ed
Yeye Omileye is often called an old soul in a modern world. She is a writer, Osun and Ifa Priestess, and fifth generation African Caribbean Wisdom-Keeper from her paternal side. As a trauma-informed psychotherapist, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Mindfulness trainer, school counselor and SEED Social Justice and Racial Equity Facilitator – she expertly unifies the seemingly divergent fields of neuroscience, Social Justice, and ancient wisdom to help individuals, communities and our Mother Earth maintain balance.
Known for her accurate visions, Yeye Omileye has been recognized by her elders in Africa as a Crown and Yeye Osun and in 2018 she was recognized in a ceremony held in Dharamsala, India, by Kuten La, Tibetan State Medium to the Nechung Oracle, as an embodiment of the Water Mother and Oracle of Osun (Mamaki). On a final note Yeye Omileye is completely dedicated to uplifting the suffering of our humanity through the path of the Mother Goddess.
Chief Olu Derrick Lewis
Chief Annikinikun Derrick Lewis is a Duke Graduate, IT Project Manager, spiritual teacher, diversity facilitator and master drummer. “The longer I have traveled my spiritual journey I have developed a deep and profound respect for the feminine principle and Mother Elements who sustain us. Along with my wife, I am the co-founder of Humanity4Water Awards and was invited to the United Nations. I have taught mindfulness seminars, trauma seminars and engaged in water blessings all over the world. My ultimate goal is to help us return back to the deep peace, oneness, balance and love that we are.”
We look forward to being on the call together!
Please read on to see how to join us!!
See you there!!!
With blessings of love and peace,
Jyoti, Darlene and the Staff of the Center for Sacred Studies
We invite you to come together on the FREE Teleconference Call
Wednesday, August 28, 2019, at 5:00 pm PST
“The Osun Prophecy”
These offerings are medicine for these times.
It is now time to unify our diversity as One People for One Earth.
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Below are some of the testimonials received from our previous community calls.
“Thank you all for these teachings”– Michele
“As an astrologer, I was overjoyed with the content of the call! The information was relevant for managing our life.”
“Hello beloved family, I am so very grateful for this call that i was able to attend from The Netherlands with being on the call at 2 am as of the time difference. Very much appreciate the sharing of knowledge and wisdom is such a joyful basket of fresh fruits. It’s very uplifting and gives me hope and joy in my heart, Thank you! so much love ”
– Rev. Daniella Scarparo
“Grateful for the message of hope”
“… I took a lot of notes. It became even more clear to me the importance of collaboration at this time in human history. It was good to hear again about the condor and the eagle but I had not heard of the Japanese dragon before. I very much appreciated hearing from a Japanese perspective.
“Fantastic! thank you for the opportunity to listen, learn & share, all of it was great including the song, the memorial poem, the prophecies & the interactive format & that it took place despite tech & physical challenges ! would appreciate future gatherings.” – Anonymous
“Thank you again, dear Jyoti, Darlene, and devoted CSS staff. You are providing a safe landing space for our brothers and sisters on the land to share these heartbreaking events. I particularly appreciate the encouragement to trust OUR truths, dreams, and prayers – especially those with subtle messages and double meanings. I’ve been reaching deep inside to find something deep and yummy to share. Today, I remembered a song by Rabbi Miriam Maron that touches the marrow in my bones. Called, “Renewal of Strength,” the words say: The Holy One, Blessed be his Name – hides…HIDES HIMSELF — IN THE MIDST OF THE OBSTACLE…… We are surely being tested, but NOT abandoned! Spirit loves us more than ever. Let us do the same for each other. Aho.” – Shirley
“Thank you so much for hosting these. It really has made a difference with sharing our love and support in these times of great challenge and shifting.” – Kathy
“I am inspired by many persuasions. Still, I feel broken even as an activist. Putting one foot in front of the other is becoming more difficult. How DO we all keep going amidst the storm? Thanks.” – Marni