Welcome to our Mamiwata University!

For those unfamiliar with the concept, Mamiwata worship has been around since time immemorial. The first recorded history of Mamiwata was found in Egypt.

Mamiwata Deities are mysterious beings known to help us maintain balance and order in our realm, and guide us through life. They bestow us with several gifts as our spiritual companions. These gifts are usually related to divination, Business, Entertainment,  physical wellness, mediumship and more.

They are, and popularly  known to be swift with rewards as well as punishment. They are also known as personal guardians of our finances/wealth and protects us from physical and spiritual attacks and maintaining easy cash flow. Our African ancestors have long been familiar with the powerful presence of Mamiwata in our lives throughout all cultures on the African continent. 

When engaging with the Mamiwata we must be mindful of our intentions, as they are not to be taken lightly. If we come from a place of humility, gratitude and respect, our connection to this ancient spirit will be strong and beneficial.

In this series of classes, we will explore how to connect with our Mamiwata spirits through the element of water and use this connection to enhance our daily lives.

 We will discuss how to call upon Mamiwata and create sacred spaces after initiation to connect with them.

 We will explore offerings that can be used to invoke their support and protection, as well as rituals that will help us stay connected to them.

Additionally, we will discuss the importance of understanding our place in the spiritual realm and learning to respect and appreciate the gifts we receive from Mamiwata. 

Finally, we will learn how to protect ourselves from any negative energies or entities that might try to disrupt our connection with Mamiwata and interfere with our spiritual practice.

We hope you’ve gained a deeper understanding of Mamiwata class.

Please feel free to reach out with any questions, or if you need more assistance in connecting with your Mamiwata.

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