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Oya of Winds

Yoruban Goddess of Change


Oya of Winds by (c) Hrana Janto- used with permission of the artist


Blows in Like a Lioness

Oya of Winds shows us how the 'winds of change' can not only be coped with, but embraced. Changing conditions encourage spiritual growth and within the African Yoruba pantheon, the Oya provides those changing conditions that force you to transcend what you think are your limitations.

Do you hear the call of the wind? The wind is at heart of Oya's power and makes Her an essential part in those ceremonies which honor wind power and the ancients. She is the guardian of the realm between life and death, standing at the cemetery's gate, where she assists in making the final transition. She is there for your last breath to take your hand.

Oya is the Yoruban Warrior Goddess of the Wind. She mothered nine children! She creates change of fortune and power in action. Her power is associated with lightening, tornadoes, cemeteries and death. Her motherly strength inspires us to embrace and learn from change.



Oya of Winds Statue - Yoruban Goddess of Change

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