Oshun is the Yorùbá Orisha (Deity) she resides in the Osun River, in Nigeria. She is the goddess of the sweet waters, beauty, femininity and sensuality. She is known for healing the sick and bringing fertility and prosperity, and She especially watches over the poor and brings them what they need. She is vast and powerful; she is actually the full breadth of womanhood. From the young, enthusiastic coquette that flirts with boys to the old matriarch that sits in a rocking chair…
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The origin of the rainbow chakras and the kundalini serpent derive from the yoruba orisa system of ancient west africa, deified in the divinity osumare. It was later taken to kemet ( ancient egypt ) and became the uraeas and then transfered to the andamanese of ancient india who established yoga which influenced buddhism.
Yemaya, also known as Yemanjá is the Yorùbá Orisha (Deity) of the Sea. Her name is a contraction of Yey Omo Eja, which means “Mother Whose Children are the Fish”. Yemaya makes her residence in life-giving portion of the ocean. She is the mother of all living things, rules over motherhood and owns all the waters of the Earth. She gave birth to the stars, the moon, the sun and most of the orishas; As all life is thought to have begun in the sea, all life is held to have begun with Yemaya.
Oshun is the Yoruban Orisha (deity) of the sweet or fresh waters (as opposed to the salt waters of Yemaya). She is widely loved, as She is known for healing the sick and bringing fertility and prosperity, and She especially watches over the poor and brings them what they need. As Orisha of love, Oshun is represented as a beautiful, charming and coquettish young woman. In some tales She is said to be a mermaid, with a fish's tail.