In my experience chaos magick practitioners often engage in devotional practices. The ‘arbitrary’ nature of the chaos approach recognises that there are lots of different options, but that the core techniques – of repeated practice, prayer and love, are what really matters – rather than the outward form of those devotions.
Part of traditional Ifa practice, the Ori Oriki is a devotional poem to Ori, which can be imagined as ‘one’s spiritual intuition and destiny’. I tend to think of it as similar to the Holy Guardian Angel in the western occult tradition. A detailed description of the use of this prayerful technique is included in my book Now That’s What I Call Chaos Magick.
I hope you enjoy the recording I’ve made of the Ori Oriki, and that it inspires your own investigations.