Luisah Teish’s work engages every aspect of life–from singing, dancing and storytelling to rituals observing the cycles of life. She describes the religions of the African diaspora, noting that they survive in the west by blending with the dominant Christian faith.
Luisah is priestess of Oshun, the African Yoruba goddess of love. She is also on the faculty of the University of Creation Spirituality and a board member of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology. she is author of Jambalaya and Carnival of the Spirit.
Luisah combines the personal, political, cultural, creative and spiritual in her approach to understanding and finding purpose. If you’re looking for a radical, personal and transformative tool to help you refine your place and role in the world — this is it.
Visit Luisah at: http://www.yeyeteish.com/