Brian Ewuzie is a dibia— an Igbo medicine man. When he’s not writing books, he’s helping people create more fulfilling lives.
Brian will teach you how to work with your divine self, chi, to solve the nagging, can’t-sleep-at-night problems that keep you from living the kind of life you want
What do you want readers to get from your book?
I want them to realize that they're not helpless. They have a divine assistant that can help them solve problems. Whether it's paying a bill, connecting with a friend, or protecting a loved one, your chi can help you handle the challenges of life.
What sparked your interest in Odinala?
My elder brother showed me a mysterious stick in 2006 that got me interested in Odinala. Before then, I thought Odinala was like any other African religion: ancestral worship mixed with superstitious beliefs. After seeing the stick, I investigated further and discovered that Odinala was the simple but effective spiritual system I had been searching for. You can view a photo of the stick on facebook.com/brianewuzie.com
Duru and his father leave the ruins of their city and head for the mountain, where the gods live. When Duru discovers that he's alone, he's forced to make a difficult decision. A fearsome, unexpected stranger makes the decision harder and the outcome uncertain.
Use the secrets of Odinala, the ancient, mysterious religion of the Igbos, to cope with the pressures of modern life. Learn how to tap energy from the sun to increase your confidence and spiritual power, how to protect yourself from negative people, how to send psychic friend requests in the real world like you do on Facebook, and how to prepare for the Age of Enlightenment.