Njuzu Matters

I am not an expert on Njuzu matters but I have have been priviledged to explanations from people who move in & out of that realm. 

Yes your Njuzu is an energy in your system that is chosen by your idlozi/ Mudzimu. The pact is between the two entities
& you are the host. Some Njuzu are strong, some are weak. Some are male, some are female. You can be gifted with more than one Njuzu, each one with a specific purpose. Your Mudzimu are the warriors, the defenders, your direct DNA.
Your Njuzu is not a relative, or even from the same area of your forebears. Their real purpose is to gift you with certain abilities & skills. Often these are  skills that can be extraordinary, that you don't learn in school, whilst others struggle to learn the same.
Like Whitney Houston singing or Stevie Wonder playing the piano etc.  Njuzu are invisible oceanic entities, I don't want to use the word creature, because it  conjures an image with a definitive formation. In trying to give a human explanation, white people talk of mermaids,🧜🧜
but I am not sure this is an accurate description. 

So to live up to your spiritual reality. Firstly, remember that this is a very personal journey, so routes & roots, are not the same.  You need to seek balance by cleansing your mind, body & soul of earthly ills.
but I am not sure this is an accurate description. 

So to live up to your spiritual reality. Firstly, remember that this is a very personal journey, so routes & roots, are not the same.  You need to seek balance by cleansing your mind, body and soul of earthly ills.
I term these as negative excesses, like too much boozing, women, thieving etc because they are distractive & weigh down your personal & family responsibilities. You must desist from using "charms". When you have a good Njuzu/ Mudzimu team, they are your charms,
you dont need to receive enhancement products from anyone. To live up to a spiritual reality you need to be a responsible person, to do good & to be  genuinely selfless. That's why long ago, a healer never asked for payment, services were free. When healed, you would return
voluntarily to give the healer a non- solicited token of thanks for services rendered. 

You need to form a relationship with your Mudzimu, & respect & honour them. They are the ones who usher the energy of the Njuzu, who you must also respect & listen to.
They operate silently through your 5 senses, often engaging through dreams. Write down your dreams & consult those who can interpret. Sometimes what you see in real life, others at the same incident are not priviledged to see. What you hear in sound, feel in movement,
or just pick up unusual body language from someone. Or sudden heart beating, or a mad chimupupuri from nowhere, all those are signs and signals to guide you, you must tune in to the frequency & pay attention to. Learn to understand that language.
A friend had an unexplained hunch & missed a plane that crashed..... Whites call it luck. We call it spiritual guidance. 

Do not use " medicines " to enhance the power of your Njuzu, like it was alleged that Ginimbi did. For sure you will become fabulously rich,
but for sure you will also become fabulously poor!!! Or die!!!

For alignment/ spiritual balance you need to seek the services of someone who carries a genuine Njuzu spirit, & " speaks" the language. How you will know is that your own Njuzu will guide you.
Because they know the relationships, & who is best able to assist in the way they want things done. Once you start feeling exhausted, or that you are having a hard time, then you know you are lost, or in the wrong hands. The journey should not be tiresome.
Some engage in annual water festivities. In spiritual parties. Cleansing rituals etc. Your Njuzu must guide you, not for you to dictate to the Njuzu what you want. If you have a bully attitude, or you start using " concotions ", the Njuzu will disappear, leaving you high & dry.
There is no negotiation. It's a process, stage by stage, definitely not a one- day event. Stay away from Indians, they steal other people's luck. Stay away from West African marine spirits. It's a version of Njuzu, but different from ours in that they are human controlled.😳😲
In the end they want offerings, & blood..... 😳😲


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