The final nature energy within water can be found in the mist, when water begins to evaporate and rise into the sky.

This energy represents a purification process. We have been “reborn” in the ocean, and can now release the emotions that might have been weighing us down. With this nature energy our waters begin to separate –  those that are ready to transform into consciousness become vapor and rise up, bringing us to the Orixás of air.

The archetype associated with this energy is that of a young girl, pure of heart and spirit.

In the afro-Brazilian tradition this Orixá is called Ewá. In the afro-Cuban tradition she is called Yewa and is associated with death and rebirth.