7 African Powers Protection Against Enemies To Clear Danger From My Path Return Me To Spiritual Peace Overcome Obstacles And Recover Faith (Prayer Powder)
“Oh 7 African Powers that are the Saint amount Saints. I humbly kneel before your miraculous picture to ask your intercession to protect all creation, living and dead. I ask in your most sacred and sweet name, that you accede to my plea and return me to spiritual peace and material success, receding from my house and removing from my path the dangers that are the cause of my evils without ever being able to torment me again. With your powers please give me the strength to fight and win my daily battles. Amen.”
The 7 African Powers are summoned to assist with overcoming obstacles, spiritual growth and connecting to one’s inner power. Anyone can call upon the 7 African Powers as spirit guides and everyone has access to their guidance. The 7 African Powers are deities. These deities are known as Orishas. Specifically they are Obatala, Yemaya, Oshun, Eleggua Chango, Orula, and Ogun.
Orishas are spiritual beings who have been tasked with maintaining this Earth, watching over the affairs of humanity and each has dominion over a portion of nature. Each Orisha is identified with natural forces as well as with human interests or endeavors. These Orishas are mediators between humanity and the Supreme Being. Pray to Orishas because they are already in heaven, and they can intercede for you. In moments of anxiety, you need to hope and believe in something that helps you recover faith and maintain peace in your life.
Instructions: Hold a pinch of prayer powder in your hand while envisioning the outcome that you desire. Once you feel your prayer powder is filled with energy, you may burn it, release it to the winds, sprinkle it on the earth, or throw it into running water. Sprinkle some in each of the four corners of a room and at the doors to keep dark energies away. Blowing is done by placing a small amount of the powder into the palm of the hand, or onto a sheet of paper. Then blowing the powder towards a person, place, or direction.