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Take A Look On Pictures Of Gogo Skhotheni Wearing Her Traditional Attire

Celebrities such as Boity, Letoya Makhene, Masechaba Ndlovu, and Buhle Mda are examples of people who have had spiritual callings emerge in their lives. Traditional healer Patricia Motsoeni, better known as Gogo Skhotheni, says that despite television shows like Moja Love's Dlozi lam and Mzansi Magic's iZangoma Zodumo educating people about African spirituality and the lives of traditional healers, traditional healing is still misunderstood in communities.

She tells TRUELOVE, "We have to teach and eliminate the misunderstandings and assumptions that surround traditional healing in our communities.

It's a fascinating look into the life of a lady who is also a renowned healer, businesswoman, and community leader.

As we face a difficult situation, we should turn to our spirituality for solace. Spirituality allows us to better understand ourselves. It is possible to discover inner peace and healing when we conduct our lives with our spirituality in the forefront. One of the most important things we need right now is a world where people love and understand one another, and spirituality puts us in an excellent position to do that.

It is important to understand some of the myths surrounding Sangomas and traditional healing.

Mythology has it that Sangomas are people of destruction and witchcraft, and it's one of the most unsettling things people have heard about us. For so long, Sangomas haven't been connected with community service. In some cases, Sangomas are held responsible for the misfortunes that occur in their communities. While this is a misconception that needs to be dispelled, there is still a lot of effort needed to accomplish so.

However, I pray and tell myself that this is the role I've been given in the world, and it's not easy at all. Additionally, my hubby is always there to provide me with the encouragement, courage, and strength I need to keep pushing forward in my life's journey.

When someone doesn't believe that religion and culture can coexist, what would you say to them?

The coexistence of religion and culture is entirely conceivable. For the sake of our humanity, we need a conversation that is fueled by the desire to learn and understand one another. During that talk, you'll discover that we have more in common with each other than we do with each other. Gogo Skhotheni answering questions in an interview. Check out her photos below:

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Buhle Mda Dlozi Gogo Skhotheni Letoya Makhene Masechaba Ndlovu


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