My name is Azyabeth and I am a Priestess of Isis in the Gnostic tradition and Aborisha in the Lukumi tradition. It is my soul purpose to help guide women in the process of reconnecting with their Spirit. I am from Panama and currently live in the Czech Republic. A little about me and my approach to working together.
I believe in you:
Every woman is born with access to Spirit and now it is time to use this for your own healing, growth and joy. It is your right to be connected and in harmony!
I believe in your Spiritual protection:
When women develop their own Spirit, they do not follow people, they follow their own light. This is important to avoid scammers, cults and Spiritual abuse.
I believe you belong:
Real Spiritual practice brings connection to the universe, the planet, and every soul incarnated here. We belong to this place and time; we belong to each other and we belong to Spirit. Although we have to walk the path, we are never alone.
I believe you have a purpose:
A real Spiritual practice helps us understand why we are here, where we are on our road, and where we are headed in the future.
One of the Best readings I had in a long time. So glad I stumbled upon The Way of the High Priestess.
I am keeping these experiences close in my mind so I am reminded why I stay in alignment with my practice! I’m blessed to know you and everyone in our group! Blessings.
The Way of the High Priestess is here for the development of your soul, truly! Azyabeth will help you from the ground level to build a strong foundation for your life to grow in beautiful and unexpected ways through dedicated Spiritual practice.
I cannot praise Azyabeth and her Black Woman Goddess course enough! I learned so much about myself, my gifts, how to learn, heal and grow. I feel encouraged when things are going well and supported when they aren't I couldn't have asked for a better teacher. Azyabeth is already a wealth of knowledge which together with her own spiritual gifts and experiences have provided us (black women) with a foundation for our birthright, our culture that was taken from us and that I've been looking for for years...probably decades. This class is my family and I'm looking forward to our second year together!