On October 4, 2011, Siri, the voice-controlled personal assistant was launched as a feature of the Apple iPhone 4S.
Siri helped iPhone users make calls, send text messages and email, schedule meetings, search the Internet, find local businesses, get directions and even perform calculations.
It was considered a breakthrough innovation for user-device interactions.
Your chi is like Siri. You can ask it to do things for you. But instead of answering back, your chi creates events and circumstances that match your requests.
At a fundamental level, Odinala and your chi have more in common with technology than religion.
Differences between Odinala and Popular Religions
There are 3 major differences between Odinala and most of the world’s religions.
First, Odinala has no clergy. You ARE your own priest.
Second, Odinala has no holy book. There are no written rules or rituals that you must follow in Odinala. There are oral traditions, but those can be changed if you so desire, as long as you’re getting results from them.
Third, Odinala is relatively unknown compared to popular religions. This makes it even better as a tool to achieve your goals.
There are only four essential beliefs in Odinala, and those beliefs are like LEGO bricks: you can use them to do anything.
You can use them to transform your life and become a better person.
You can use them to send subliminal messages to other people.
You can use them to generate ideas for your next business project.
You can use them to protect your loved ones.
There’s no limit to what you can do with Odinala.
It won’t solve all your problems. Sometimes, you have to take physical action to tackle problems.
But Odinala makes you realize that you’re not as weak and helpless as you thought.
You are a powerful being that can influence the world in a lot of ways and it would be a tragedy if you lived all your life without exercising those powers.
If now is not the right time to explore your spiritual powers, when is the right time?
If not now, when?