Shrine Family reunions memorials, picture albums, relics and tombstones. These are all forms of shrines and alters. On this show sister Phlyecia Tarael-ANU recaps her shrine and alter webinar. She gave valuable information about the proper way to setup, clean, and maintain your shrine. The first thing she covered was bringing items into the home… Continue reading Shrine and Altar Workshop @Nicholas Brooklyn – Master Minds Monday
Who is God? In this segment Chief Yuya shares his understanding of God. The concept of a supreme intelligence has been defined and redefined over time. Individuals and religions alike have attempted to pinpoint the very nature of God. The question “Who is God?” has been pondered and discussed throughout antiquity. Much of what we… Continue reading Who is God?
Blogtalkradio “Chief Speaks” LIVE, with Chief H. Yuya Assaan-Anu every Sunday!! Are you new to studying about spirituality and find that you end up forming more questions than answers? Have you been studying for years and have yet to find a Master Teacher who can take you to that next level? Are you knowledgeable in… Continue reading Chief Yuya has a New Show on Enlightenment & Transformation & High Frequency BlogtalkRadio Networks!
Ifa the Special Prophet Who develops the children in our community? When it comes to character development, there isn’t much conversation centering on it. Too often the Afrakan children spend much of their time consuming television and developing warped personalities. I know I did. Television was a staple, it came with breakfast and dinner only… Continue reading Ifa the Special Prophet
Homosexuality in African Traditional Religions The title alone is enough to send some people into a frenzy. Foaming at the mouth the only thing they can say is “NO!” it doesn’t exist and even speaking about you become an agent of propaganda. Last week on ANU Asafo H. Yuya Assaan-ANU took a brave and progressive… Continue reading Homosexuality in African Traditional Religions
Egun The power of Egun – What has become natural is abnormal, what is unnatural and dysfunctional has become natural to people. Therefore, it’s imperative to acknowledge that we can’t speak about the ase, the collective power, the collective pool of energy and life force of our Egun and ancestors and not presuppose that what… Continue reading The Power of the Egun
Iya Ifa Modupe and the Feminine Ego This week on ANU Asafo we meet Iya Ifa Modupe. She is a high priestess in the Ifa Egungun tradition, spoken word artist, singer, and child of the civil rights movement. She created a group called S.W.I.M which in her own words “S.W.I.M.–Spiritual Women In Motion,… Continue reading Iya Ifa Modupe and the Feminine Ego
Dr. Yew Talks About Health and a Vegan Lifestyle Want to know more about health and spirituality? Dr. Yew Talks About Health and a Vegan Lifestyle Dr. Yew interest in health in wellness came from his father, mother and grandmother. As time went on he was able to study with a master herbalist and… Continue reading Dr. Yew Talks About Health and a Vegan Lifestyle
Ancestral Worship in Film What about Ancestral Worship in Film? Come learn about one man’s journey to sacred healing in Africa This week on the ANU Asafo segment we have guest James Weeks discussing Ancestral worship in film. He created the forthcoming and important documentary Across the King’s River which is about his family’s journey… Continue reading Ancestral Worship in Film
Life Lessons Q&A for life lessons? Come learn about the subtle signs that life brings In this week’s segment, the Chief Jegna HRU Yuya Assaan-ANU answered questions for life lesson. He will be answering questions every third Friday on Enlightenment and Transformation. He began the segment with “feeding the spirit of gratitude” and breaking down the… Continue reading Life lessons