Spiritual Life

Spiritual life coaching is a holistic approach to total wellness that utilizes spiritual consultations and mentoring.


As a cultural consultant, Yeyefini provides her clients with a comprehensive source of culturally relevant information for their unique needs.


Yeyefini helps individuals reach holistic wellness – emotional, mental, physical and financial – through life coaching.

Ministerial Services

Yeyefini also performs wedding ceremonies. She combines her vast knowledge of ancient African philosophy with the needs and desires of modern-day couples.

Our mission

is to inspire, educate, motivate, and lovingly contribute to the healing of the world by sharing our passion and love of spirit, mind, and body.

Yeyefini Efunbolade is a charismatic woman who has brought joy and meaning to lives of thousands of people.

Efunbolade is a spiritual coach, priestess, cultural consultant, author, lecturer life coach and President of Yeyefini.com/Balanced Living Inc. She was ordained as a Yoruba/Ifa/Lukumi Priest in 1971, teaches and performs rituals and ceremonies in the West African tradition. She organizes and hosts spiritual retreats and pilgrimages throughout the United States, Caribbean and the world through the International Institute of African Studies and Knowledge (IIASK), and Yeyefini.com – Balanced Living which she founded.

Readings with Yeyefini will discontinue Online unitl February 21st, 2017. Please call in to schedule a reading.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Dear Obatala Lives Potential Attendee;

    January 12 - January 23
  2. Self Empowerment Classes

    July 14 - July 18
  3. Mediumship Training 2016-17

    November 20 - November 21



“It is better to live a perfectly imperfect life than to live someone else’s perfect life.”

“He who is to be what he aught to be, must stop being what he is. “Muster Eckart””

“I am the hero of my own story.”

“The universe will only support you in your truth, not in your pretense.”

“What you focus on expands.”

“Despair is when you think tomorrow is just a carbon copy of today.”

“It takes suffering to remind us of our blessings.”

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In preparation for the upcoming New Year I am sure most of us if not all, have a ritual or routine we practice to say farewell gratefully to the old year and ringing in the New Year. My personal practice is clean off and out all of my shrines. Clean my ancestral altar and give them a newly washed table cloth. Cook them their favorite food as an offering. Then I make sure all of my dirty clothes are washed.my home is totally clean especially of cobwebs. Then I make a strong spiritual bath to cleanse and shift energy in the home and on the members of the entire family. Bath/ Wash can be made of Basil, Rue, Espanta Muerto, Kita Maldicion, Escoba Amarga, (all or any of these) Efun, Florida Water. Mix and crush the fresh herbs all in a bucket of water as you pray for your desires. Add the Efun and few shakes of florida water to the mix. Now you can spritz the house, add some to your mop water for the floors, wash you doors and bathe you and your family@with some. Burn strong frankincense and myrrh while spritzing and praying around the entire house
On New Year's Day sweep with a new broom starting at the front door going room to room setting intentions for abundance, health and wealth. On this very special number 1 Universal Vibration I suggest making a list of who and what you desire to be in 10 years 2025. God bless you, have a wonderful New You and New Year
"Let The Rest of Your Life, Be The Best of Your Life"
---Mama IMAHKÜS---
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