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Books By Family Members of Egbe Iwa Pele

Iyaami: The Dawn of Lailai: The Divine Light of the Mothers
by Iyanifa Sarah Fajalabi Roche

Book cover for Iyaami: The Dawn of Lailai: The Divine Light of the Mothers stating the author Iyanifa Sarah Fajalabi Roche. The book cover is in a dark blue to blue gradient with the title and an image of a spine.
This book was written with specific concepts in mind. The first is to give information to those interested in understanding the metaphysical principles and sacred technology of Iyaami Osoronga (African Women's Spiritual Mysteries). Second, to help facilitate the understanding in a way that can be processed easily. Third, to develop an understanding of what Iyaami is and fourth, to help people realize the Mother's are active in their lives at all times. It is an issue of perception which sometimes prevents us from being able to recognize this influence. The author’s intention is to open up a platform for starting the journey of understanding Iyaami Osoronga. The book discusses this tradition through the use of personal experiences, and the experiences of other women. These stories help explain the symbolic meaning of Ancient African Women's Mysteries.

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Universal Prayers for Progressive Spiritualism
by Iyanifa Sarah Fajalabi Roche

Book cover for Iyaami: The Dawn of Lailai: The Divine Light of the Mothers stating the author Iyanifa Sarah Fajalabi Roche. The book cover is in a dark blue to blue gradient with the title and an image of a spine.
This book is a diverse collection of inspirational prayers combined to give the reader a broad spectrum of spiritual guidance. It is designed with no particular religion in mind. The prayers were selected as a focal point for many occasions, intended for all audiences.

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I Am With You Always: The Transformative Power of A Mother's Passing
by Iya Efuntayo Featherspirit Ifakayode by Linley Alison Smith

Image of the book cover I am always with you. It has a park bench on green grass with trees behind it.
Not sure how to move on after the loss of your mother? You’re not alone. Rarely is moving through the death of your mother simple or easy. You may be too afraid to feel because you “can’t afford to fall apart”. Or are your emotions popping up and spilling out all over the place? Is your grief sitting beside you at the office or the dinner table or in the bedroom? Do your co-workers and family not know what to say to you or even how to help? Or have you been taught “don’t pull the scab off the wound” you’ll be, “in time”, okay, or able to “get on with life”?

When you open these pages you’ll discover that· Yes, you still love them even if there were moments when you didn’t. You’re human!· Yes, you can have your real feelings without being “bad or wrong”. You’re not!· Yes, you’ve got some guilt and anger happening but you’ve forgiveness and love too. Take a deep breath!· Yes, in the middle of it all you can have profound peace and joy. It’s not a betrayal!· Yes, you can know that your loved one is still with you. They are!· Yes, you can survive this! Your inheritance awaits you!

The author, Linley Alison Smith, LCSW-R, a master healing facilitator, a shaman, an Ordained Clergy Member of The Church of Spiritual Humanism, QHHT practitioner and certified clinical hypnotherapist will show you ways to free up energetic space in your heart and mind so you can embrace a deeply reflective and more joyful life.

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