E kaabo alejo wa atata! (Welcome, cherished visitor!) The word 'alejo' means 'Visitor' or 'Guest' in Yoruba language and is used to refer to a person who enjoys participating in events at a temple or shrine without making a formal commitment. Most people who participate in Africana spirituality fall into this category, so the alejo is an important person! We welcome you to join FREE!
As an Alejo, you get:
- Replays of the weekly prayer and meditation calls
- New public blog posts delivered by email
- Members-only posts delivered by email
- Early access and discounts to in-person events
- Early access and discounts on online courses