Ancestor Stool and Family Shrine Workshop and Ritual
We have entered a time when each of us can, even has the obligation to, develop our greatest emotional, mental, and intuitive potential. There are many obstacles and roadblocks. How do we successfully protect ourselves and nurture this potential?
A key ingredient is with the support and advice of our family.
The Akonnua Tumtum is an important part of the Akan extended family.
The Akonnua Tumtum means black stool. It is the stool of the ancestors.
It facilitates clear communication between this world and the next.
It connects us to the most skilled, wise, and loving family ancestors.
You and your family receive the consecrated stool, the protocols, and the support of the growing community of families that have the Akonnua Tumtum.
Senior practitioners facilitate the process and help you to embark upon the journey of Sankofa—go back and fetch all that belongs to you, especially in your culture.
Step into your power.
The Akonnua Tumtum is accompanied by a deity shrine.
They work together; the Ancestors guide and the shrine manifests.
In addition to the installation of the Akonnua Tumtum each participant learns about:
methods of connecting, protocols for calling the Ancestors
how to care for them
4 - 90-minutes workshop Q&A sessions
Full-day ritual to consecrate the ancestor stool and family shrine
Ancestor stool & family shrine
3 practice or follow up sessions
Unlimited support for answers to questions
Membership in the group of others who have the Akonnua Tumtum
Presented by Nana Kwasi Oppong, Okomfo Panyin of Aduro
Ye Akomfo Fie of Koforidua, Ghana
Nana Kwasi Oppong is an initiated Okomfo (a priest of the Ghanaian spiritual tradition) of over 40 years and has had lifelong exposure to healing work as an assistant at the shrines of his father, as well as his maternal and paternal grandfathers. We are blessed to have him to perform the auspicious ritual of the Akonnua Tumtum.