Women who can saaaang are spellbinding in their own right, especially so in the days when there was no autotone. Monday begins the week ruled by the moon, the waters that birth the next 7 days of energy. Many call it the Monday blues, because its ends the weekend of relaxation to return to work. Society has us ready to rush back in the routine, when really Mondays may be better for your spirit when moderately paced. Others call it the Monday Blues because of the day’s rulership of the moon, and thus the tides of inner emotion. But that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. This is the day the Universe designed for us to deal with any emotions that rise from past experiences before Mars drives them forward tomorrow.

In the Orisa way, Monday is the day ruled by Yemoja, the ocean goddess who owns the moons and rules many maternal matters…among other things. With that in mind, 222.9 The Mothership brings you the Mothers of black music on the day ruled by the moon. It brings a nice diffusion from Sunday’s gospel and smooth jazz. Moonday’s rotation has a dreamy vibe to it, because waters invoke dreams and memories. This rotation stimulates all of this. Enjoy the groove…along with the alignment!

Ase in Love,

iiiYansaje T. Muse


By iiiYansaje T. Muse

iiiYansaje T. Muse is a spiritual counselor, poet, visual artist, author, Priestess of Oya in the Ifa/Orisa Spirituality, and sole creator of 222.9 The Mothership Internet Radio. She enjoys bringing and artistic and practical application to spiritual living!

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