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Learn The Secrets To Win At Life

Call The Seven African Powers When The Power of Intention Fails

In New York City, everyone has a side hustle.

People are big dreamers and they spend most of their days slaving away at a job they completely hate. These are the people who are chained to conformity. So they won’t dare leave their jobs. Instead, they have brief moments where they are swept away by their dreams of becoming the next rap mogul, break out reality star, or bestselling author. These people are just chasing their tails, because the more we think about things, without taking action, the further away they get.

I know, what I am saying defies everything you ever heard about the power of intention.

We are supposed to think positive thoughts and magically the things that we want in life will appear. The power of intention works for smaller things like getting a five percent raise at your job or getting a promotion. But when you start intending to have a successful business, or to be the next break out reality star, it is virtually ineffective.

Lets just say that your odds at getting a five percent raise are around 80%.

People normally get five percent raises to offset the cost of living. Your odds at getting the promotion might be somewhere from 50% to 80% depending on how many people are competing for the job. Now, the chances of you being a hip hop mogul, a reality break out star, or a bestselling author is around 2%. Your chances of being successful is so low because you’re not just competing against a dozen people, you are up against millions. And these people are the best of the best.

There are concepts like survival of the fittest and the market place of ideas.

These concepts are incredibly popular because they work. Nature has its own selection process, and those who are the strongest will thrive. Yes, I said strongest. I didn’t say pretty, smart, or talented. When we spiritualist talk about enlightenment, we are not talking about being confined to an ashram. We are talking about being successful in life.

People who make it to the top are able to beat the odds.

They possess the qualities to strategize like Chango. They have Yemaya’s ability to be creative and think outside the box. They have Ogun’s courage and drive to execute. They have Oshun’s ability to invoke passion and love. They have Obatala’s ability to communicate and entice. They have Eshu-Elegba’s foresight. Lastly, they have Orunmila’s gift of inspiration. We can be much more successful in life by understanding the basic qualities of the Orishas. If we work to possess these qualities, then maybe we wouldn’t have to settle in life. We could really live out our dreams.


If you are looking for a crash course on how to be fearless, check out my e-course. The Seven African Powers: The Stepping Stones to Enlightenment. Or, if you have additional questions call for a consultation. I am always ready and willing to help! www.newafricanspirituality.com




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