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Ebo Leri/ Ibori Cleaning the Head

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Working with your Ori is fundamental. Honoring your Ori by keeping it clean and feeding it is a way to keep you on your intended square. Connecting and evoking the presence of your Ori will sharpen your spiritual and mental faculties and thus improve your life.

The Ebo Leri/ Ibori is an easy and effective way to connect to your Ori. The ritual presented here can be performed by yourself without a priest or priestess. However two things are key for best results: Divination for questions and answers and anointed herbs from a trusted priest or priestess. 

Before the Ritual:

It is best to do this ritual if you bathe first. You will want to start clearing any toxic energy that may have accumulated. A priest or priestess can supply you with herbs and instructions on that use for that purpose. During this time focus on releasing anything negative that you do not want to bring into your ritual. Upon completion of bathing, dress in white from your underwear to your socks. Do not wear any dark colored clothing. 

Example Questions: 

  1. Does my Ori require to be cleansed?

    Does my Ori need and offering?

    If so, are there any specific offerings needed?

    Has my offering made been accepted?

For the purpose of this ritual we using generally accepted offerings. These condiments/ ingredients are things that can easily be found in your home already, locally, or online. If you do not have anything else. Use cool water, it freshens, soothes and calms.

Omorere AjeAuthorOmorere AjeCategoryDifficultyIntermediate

 Sacred Space
 White Linens (for table cloth and head covering)
 White Dinnerware (Bowl)
 Glass
 Brown Coconut
 Grater
 Cool Water
 Coconut Oil
 White Shea Butter
 Cocoa Butter
 Efun (Cascarilla)
CONSECRATION
1

A. Consecrate a Clean Space to do the ritual with white candles (tea lights or votives are ok)
B. Chant: Omi Tutu (fresh water), Ona tuti ( to freshen the road) Ile Tutu (to freshen the house), Tutu Esu (to freshen Esu), Tutu Egun (to freshen the Ancestors), Tutu Ajagun (to freshen the warriors), Tutu Gbogbo Orisa to freshen all Orisa) a. Clear glass of water, and white candle (tea lights or votives are fine)

PREPARATION OF OFFERING
2

A. Chant Ago Obi 3x/.
B. Crack open the brown coconut and scoop out the flesh.
C. Use the smallest blade of the grater to grate the coconut. Set grated coconut aside into a bowl.
D. Add shea butter, cocoa butter, and efun to the coconut. We will call this the Ibori Mix.

INVOCATION
3

Pray over the Ibori Mix.

It is compulsory to give Iba priorto commencement of rites and prior to serious prayers. It is highly important to chant iba to the orisa for their blessings on the act that is to be performed and for manifestation of all prayers that are to be said. I juba means to give iba. Iba means solemn respect and reverence to higher athorities

I juba (homage)- prayer (sample)

Mo juba Olodumare, Oba a te rere k'aye
(My reverence to the Divine Creator, He who presides over all the universe)
Mo juba Olofin, Olorun
(I salute (praise) one who has soverien rule, Lord of Heaven)
Mo juba gbogbo Iyalorisa, Bablorisa
(I salute all Orisa)
Oluo ara Orun
(Elders who are in Heaven)
Mo juba gbogbo iku nbelese Olodumare
(I salute all the dead that bow at the feet of god)

Mo juba Ori ( I salute my personal head)
Mo juba Egun
(I salute my ancestors)
Mo juba awon Olola isedale mi, nipase awon ti mo gba wa si aiye, laisi yin emi ko le wa
(I salute the honorable ancestors who U am a direct descendant, for without you I would not be)

Olojo oni, mo juba
(Th eowner of this day, I pay hommage)
Ila oorun, mo juba
(The East, I pay hommage)
Iwo oorun, mo juba
(The West, I pay hommage)
Ariwa, mo juba
(The North, I pay hommage)
Guusu, mo juba
(The South, I pay hommage

Akoda, mo juba
(Orunmila's forst student, I pay hommage)
Aseda, mo juba
(Akoda's first stuent, I pay hommage)
Ile, mo juba
(The Earth, I pay hommage)

Modupe, Modupe, Modupe
(Thank you)
Ase, Ase, Ase o. To.
(May it be so. It is done)

4

Oriki Ori Prayer -

Ori san Mi o, Ori San Mi o, Ori San Mi o (Inner Head guide me)
Ori san igede, Ori san igede, Ori san igede ( Inner Head support me)
Ori ja mi o, Ori ja mi o, Ori ja mi o (Inner head fight for me
Ori otan san mi ki ni owo lowo ( Inner Head support my abundance)
Ori otan san mi ki nkole mole (Inner Head protect my house)
Ori san mi o, Iwa mo pe o. ( Inner Head, my character is thankful)
Ase. ( So be it)

FEEDING
5

A. Place the mixture on your Ori. Tie head with a white cloth and leave it on over night.
B. Remove the white cloth in the morning.
C. Scoop out the Ebo Leri and do a reaing to ind out where it should be offered.

 

 

Ingredients

 Sacred Space
 White Linens (for table cloth and head covering)
 White Dinnerware (Bowl)
 Glass
 Brown Coconut
 Grater
 Cool Water
 Coconut Oil
 White Shea Butter
 Cocoa Butter
 Efun (Cascarilla)

Directions

CONSECRATION
1

A. Consecrate a Clean Space to do the ritual with white candles (tea lights or votives are ok)
B. Chant: Omi Tutu (fresh water), Ona tuti ( to freshen the road) Ile Tutu (to freshen the house), Tutu Esu (to freshen Esu), Tutu Egun (to freshen the Ancestors), Tutu Ajagun (to freshen the warriors), Tutu Gbogbo Orisa to freshen all Orisa) a. Clear glass of water, and white candle (tea lights or votives are fine)

PREPARATION OF OFFERING
2

A. Chant Ago Obi 3x/.
B. Crack open the brown coconut and scoop out the flesh.
C. Use the smallest blade of the grater to grate the coconut. Set grated coconut aside into a bowl.
D. Add shea butter, cocoa butter, and efun to the coconut. We will call this the Ibori Mix.

INVOCATION
3

Pray over the Ibori Mix.

It is compulsory to give Iba priorto commencement of rites and prior to serious prayers. It is highly important to chant iba to the orisa for their blessings on the act that is to be performed and for manifestation of all prayers that are to be said. I juba means to give iba. Iba means solemn respect and reverence to higher athorities

I juba (homage)- prayer (sample)

Mo juba Olodumare, Oba a te rere k'aye
(My reverence to the Divine Creator, He who presides over all the universe)
Mo juba Olofin, Olorun
(I salute (praise) one who has soverien rule, Lord of Heaven)
Mo juba gbogbo Iyalorisa, Bablorisa
(I salute all Orisa)
Oluo ara Orun
(Elders who are in Heaven)
Mo juba gbogbo iku nbelese Olodumare
(I salute all the dead that bow at the feet of god)

Mo juba Ori ( I salute my personal head)
Mo juba Egun
(I salute my ancestors)
Mo juba awon Olola isedale mi, nipase awon ti mo gba wa si aiye, laisi yin emi ko le wa
(I salute the honorable ancestors who U am a direct descendant, for without you I would not be)

Olojo oni, mo juba
(Th eowner of this day, I pay hommage)
Ila oorun, mo juba
(The East, I pay hommage)
Iwo oorun, mo juba
(The West, I pay hommage)
Ariwa, mo juba
(The North, I pay hommage)
Guusu, mo juba
(The South, I pay hommage

Akoda, mo juba
(Orunmila's forst student, I pay hommage)
Aseda, mo juba
(Akoda's first stuent, I pay hommage)
Ile, mo juba
(The Earth, I pay hommage)

Modupe, Modupe, Modupe
(Thank you)
Ase, Ase, Ase o. To.
(May it be so. It is done)

4

Oriki Ori Prayer -

Ori san Mi o, Ori San Mi o, Ori San Mi o (Inner Head guide me)
Ori san igede, Ori san igede, Ori san igede ( Inner Head support me)
Ori ja mi o, Ori ja mi o, Ori ja mi o (Inner head fight for me
Ori otan san mi ki ni owo lowo ( Inner Head support my abundance)
Ori otan san mi ki nkole mole (Inner Head protect my house)
Ori san mi o, Iwa mo pe o. ( Inner Head, my character is thankful)
Ase. ( So be it)

FEEDING
5

A. Place the mixture on your Ori. Tie head with a white cloth and leave it on over night.
B. Remove the white cloth in the morning.
C. Scoop out the Ebo Leri and do a reaing to ind out where it should be offered.

Ebo Leri

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