#Oshun African Yoruba Goddess of love, fresh waters, and fertility. Oshun's compassionate, sensuous nature, and her water-element energy encourages healing, mothering, harmony, and going with the flow. #Ritual

#Oshun African Yoruba Goddess of love, fresh waters, and fertility. Oshun's compassionate, sensuous nature, and her water-element energy encourages healing, mothering, harmony, and going with the flow. #Ritual

The Orisha of Love, Beauty, Money and Gold is called Oshun. She is honored with a variety of herbs and flowers.

An Orisha Oshun Herbal

The Orisha of Love, Beauty, Money and Gold is called Oshun. She is honored with a variety of herbs and flowers.

Offerings to Oshun  The Yoruba goddess Oshun is also known  as Yeye. Her name is synonymous with transformation.   Oshun, also spelled, Osun, Oxun, Oshoun, Oxum, Ochun, is given hale because She rules the rivers that sustain life. Her realm also contains the aspects of love, flirtation, sensuality, beauty and the arts.  Her priestesses dance to the rhythms of the streams, rivers, lakes and waterfalls in which She rules, and that carry Her voice with the sound of the waters.

Offerings to Oshun The Yoruba goddess Oshun is also known as Yeye. Her name is synonymous with transformation. Oshun, also spelled, Osun, Oxun, Oshoun, Oxum, Ochun, is given hale because She rules the rivers that sustain life. Her realm also contains the aspects of love, flirtation, sensuality, beauty and the arts. Her priestesses dance to the rhythms of the streams, rivers, lakes and waterfalls in which She rules, and that carry Her voice with the sound of the waters.

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