Seven Basic Kitchen Herbs to Draw Money

Every now and then, we need to do a spell in a hot minute, But waiting for an order from your favorite spiritual supply business or going out to your local occult shop with the little one taking a  nap may not be the best option for you.
What do you do?
Wait until the moon or day is correct again?
Take a look in your cabinet.
You may already have what you need.


Count out seven whole Allspice berries and secure them in your shirt tailpiece or hold them in your pocket.
You will have luck for seven days. When the seventh day is done, toss them in running water and make a wish. Continue reading


The Sacred Twins – Ibeji 

Ibeji is also known as Ibelli, Ibryi, Meji, Melli, and Jimaguas. They are twins but the Ibeji are identified as one Orisha. ‘Ibi’ accurately means born and ‘eji’ means two. Twins are considered to be very sacred among the people of Yoruba. They have the highest rate of twin births, about 5% whereas the rest of the world has a twin-birth percentage of 0.5%. The Ibeji and all twins of this world are considered to have one soul in two bodies. The Ibeji are believed to be the original twins born on this earth and are said to be the orishas of joy, glee, and mischief. The Gemini twins in astrology are also said to be related directly to the Ibeji. The Ibejis parents are, namely, Chango and Oshun. Continue reading


Ochosi – The Hunter

Ochosi, also known and spelled as Oxosi, Oshosi, is a great and stealthy hunter who lives in the woods. He is not only known for his excellent hunting skills, but he is also a fisherman, a warrior with excellent arrow skills, a seer with shamanistic powers and a magician. Ochosi is also the lord of justice and the defender/patron of those who has misdoings with the law.

Given an Undertaking

Ochosi, during his time, was only a huntsman who became an Orisha. According to a sacred story, also known as a Pataki, Ochosi was once given a task by Elegua. He was asked to hunt a rare bird for Orula who wanted to gift the bird to Olofi. Since Ochosi was a skilled hunter and had no problems finding his prey, he agreed and caught the rare bird in a matter of minutes. He caged it and brought it back home. Immediately he informed Orula that he had caught the bird. As Ochosi went out, his mother came home to find the bird in a cage and thought that Ochosi had caught it for dinner. She killed the bird and dressed it. She then went out to the local market to buy some condiments to cook it with. Continue reading


How Yoga Help with Your Depression

In this fast-paced world, there is no time for an individual to sit and relax. Nowadays, we struggle so hard to keep up with our reputation and other people’s expectations. We often overlook our own persisting feelings that demand something from us. Sadness, loneliness, and self-pity can characterize one of those feelings. They all pile up under one roof to give shelter to an uninvited guest, depression.

Yoga is a great way to come to terms and target your depression. By focusing on self-awareness yoga will help with the attainment of peace. Learn the poses to help you cope with the jumbled thoughts in your mind. Pinpoint the source of your depression. Yoga will help your body, mind, and soul to work in unison and relax your nerves and various points in the body. Continue reading


Fighting Anxiety with Yoga

Anxiety appears in many forms. It disturbs those who suffer from its numerous forms. These forms include generalized anxiety and acute anxiety disorder. Anxiety creates feelings of defeat, anger, panic, constant fear, low self-esteem and limited control.

People want to avoid anxiety. Yet for others it is a constant struggle, leading them to try drugs to treat it, hoping for release from its powerful clutches. Practicing yoga is a great way to take the challenge of anxiety head on, subduing it effects. Here’s two yoga poses you can do to help ease anxiety.

Child’s Pose

Child’s Pose is a resting pose in yoga. Many people use it as a way to relax between performing more challenging poses during a yoga session. It can imbue its performer with comfort, helping to ease the symptoms of anxiety. This pose releases tension locked up in the shoulders, neck and back, the places where many people hold great stress. It promotes relaxation, encouraging you to take conscious deep breaths. Deep breathing is wonderful for those who suffer from anxiety, calming one’s nervous system. Continue reading