Day of Goddess 18th March 2018

Day of the Goddess

Day of the Goddess is a day of Creativity, Love, Healing and Bonding at

its finest.

The yearly sold out event has been attracting a cross section of the

community with the youngest being 13 to our eldest at 85 years old

for 7 years now

We bring together a collection of professional performer’s singers,

poets, dancers, musicians, artists, motivational speakers, workshop

facilitators and exhibitors in a comfortable environment for the purpose

of bonding, networking, growth, encouragement, advice and overall

Empowerment & Healing to the community

through our vast Creativity

We have created a platform for a community of girls and women who

will support each other, share creative ideas and plans, realize dreams,

generate business and nurture great friendships.

The Orishas - Oshun - Yoruba Goddess

According to the Yoruba elders, Osun is the "unseen mother present at every gathering", because Osun is the Yoruba understanding of the cosmological forces of water, moisture, and attraction.

Therefore she is omnipresent and omnipotent. Her power is represented in another Yoruba scripture which reminds us that "no one is an enemy to water" and therefore everyone has need of and should respect and revere Osun, as well as her followers.

Osun is the force of harmony. Harmony we see as beauty, feel as love, and experience as ecstasy. Osun according to the ancients was the only female Irunmole amongst the original 16 sent from the spirit realm to create the world. As such, she is revered as "Yeye" - the sweet mother of us all. When the male Irunmole attempted to subjegate Osun due to her femaleness she removed her divine energy, called ase by the Yoruba, from the project of creating the world and all subsequent efforts at creation were in vain.

It was not until visiting with the Supreme Being, Olodumare, and begging Osun pardon under the advice of Olodumare that the world could continue to be created, but not before Osun had given birth to a son.

This son became Elegba, the great conduit of ase in the Universe and also the eternal and infernal trickster. Osun is known as Iyalode, the " chief of the market." She is also known as Laketi, she who has ears, because of how quickly and effectively she answers prayers.

When she possesses her followers she dances, flirts and then weeps- because no one can love her enough and the world is not as beautiful as she knows it could be.

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