By Katlego Sekhu
The conversation on The Best T in the City today is about spiritual callings: “How do you know that this is for you and which signs should you look out for?”
Our resident medium Tebogo Mfete joins Tbose to answer some of the questions the listeners have.
He says “It’s not for everyone but there are signs that will show you that this is your path.”
He explains that “there are people living through us and when you say that you have a calling, there needs to be somebody that is spiritually risen within yourself.
“They either come from the maternal side or the paternal side. It depends where they come from but you need to understand how they operate, are they taking you through the Twasa route where you’ll be guided by igobela or just where you’ll be guided by them.”
Tebogo believes that this is actually what’s being misunderstood because when you have a calling, you need to know which route to take. “It’s different journeys for different people.”
What are people saying on social media:
It's not that uBungoma has become a trend,some of us our parents have been having the "what will people say" syndrome for the longest time up until they saw people becoming comfortable with their culture and here we are now…proudly!🕯️📿👏. #WhySoManySangomas pic.twitter.com/KHKYHKK78f— RoyalMosotho👑 (@AmethystTsosane) May 26, 2022
Sangomas have always been there,difference between now & then is "social media"— Motho wa Modimo (@MModimo) May 26, 2022
Back then there was no platform to speak about spirituality & traditional healers
Nowadays all social media platforms continues to reveals the relevance of sangomas & spirituality#WhySoManySangomas pic.twitter.com/F84UE0yNVx
As I always say *Some People are Called & Some People are Born* not everyone is called to perform a spiritual gift.— Mahlatši’a Morwakoma• (@Moses_Maibelo) May 26, 2022
We are all gifted spiritually but some aren't gifted to heal other people.
Some Black People are westernizing the African Ancestral Gifts.