Blessed greetings awon AKEKO mi!

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Blessings awon akeko mi! Bawo ni?

Here are your links for November's classes.
Class begins at 11 am est, please connect a 3-5 minutes early:
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Blessings awon Akeko mi!

As always, I pray you are wonderful. One of our family members unfortunately had to pull…
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Nigeria 2015

Blessings awon Akeko mi!


First, let me say a hearty e seun gan an niiiii (thank you very much) for your dedication to…
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E ku orire o! Greetings to your good head!

As always I pray you're doing wonderfully well. My spirit is HIGH today as I've just…
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Akẹko

$30 / month
$300 / year (save 17%)
Save $60 by paying for a year. It's like getting 2 months Free!

Akẹko means 'student' in Yoruba. As a formal akẹko of The Ile, you get everything the alejo gets plus:

  • Personal live instruction in orisa worship, Africana studies, and all varieties of Black Spirituality from Iya Funlayo  and friends in a private, members-only space
  • Free access to most publications and online courses 
  • First access plus free or discounted admission to virtual and in-person events
  • First access plus discounts on group trips and retreats to Nigeria, Belize, Peru, and other locales
  • Annual Ase Ire Family Reunion to connect in person
  • More!
Includes access to 4 products:
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Alejo

Free
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:
  • Access to the most recent replays of Orisa Prayer and Meditation with Iya Funlayo
  • Special Members-Only posts delivered via email 
  • Entry into our Ase Ire Family Facebook group
  • Early access and discounts on in-person and virtual events
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