The Asase Ye Duru is one of the Adrinka Symbols, created by the people of Ghana.

The first time I saw it, I was completely captivated and fell in love with it.

As I researched the origin and meaning, I loved it even more deeply.

The image symbolizes the power, providence and divinity of Mother Earth.


This is a profound, pivotal time in the history of humanity and Mother Earth.

It’s crucial for each of us to wake up to our inherent connection with
Mother Earth, and to consciously connect more deeply with her; to synch
our own consciousness with her as well as to tend to and care for our
Mother Earth.

Not only for ourselves, but for our children, grandchildren and generations to come.

The Journey

Simultaneously diving into Psycho-Cybernetics, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, Lead the Field, along with other classics in spirituality and personal development created a thirst for deeper understanding in mystical and esoteric realms.

As a young mother, still seeking solutions to her own health challenges, Lorene quickly learned that allopathic medicine and ‘normal’ lifestyles were incapable of supporting her health and that of her family.

It also became clear that the facets of mind, body and spirit are inextricably linked and must each be addressed for living one’s most vibrant health and life expression.