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What to buy a Rasta for Christmas (20 Gift/Present ideas)

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rasta meditationMost Rastas will tell you they are not all that into Christmas. But some celebrate Christmas, and some just like the gift receiving part. You can give a Rasta a gift at Christmas time. They will enjoy it just like anybody else. Tell them you are embracing the gift giving and not Babylon meaning of “Christmas.” From a smaller budget to a larger budget you are sure to find something you like for the Rastafari in your life.

  1. Rasta Hat/Dreadlock Hat 61v96rj0zhl-_ux522_ Rastafari love Rasta Hats as we always need somethign to cover our dreadlocks when we dont feel like having them out
  2. Rasta Lion of Judah Flag – Rasta Lion of Judah Flag is a “spiritual” symbol to a Rasta. We are always happy to recieve one of these.
  3. Jamaican Flag Towel – Rasta love the Jamaican flag and love to have the Jamaican flag in a towel because it just looks cool. All Rasta from any Island would appreciate this. Rastafari is a celebration of all the Islands.
  4. Rasta Wallet – Rasta Wallets bring good energy and prosperity. i 81w1hiajkul-_ux679_should know. I have purchased my 3rd one now. Buy your Rasta a Rasta colored wallet, they will love it.
  5. Rasta Mug – This has 3 birds on it in silouette and a red Yellow and green gradient background. Simple and nice. Good for morning meditation.
  6. Bob Marley t-Shirt – Bob Marley T-shirts are always in. You cant 61uwizmcfel-_ux679_go wrong with his gift
  7. Holy Piby Book41us-aikl-_sx322_bo1204203200_ – this book is known as a”the black mans bible.” A great gift for a deepRastafari.
  8. King Selassie I (Book) – A book on King Selassie I is always appreciated by any Rasta. King Selassie I is our Lord and Savior.
  9. Rasta Belt  – this is the simplest of gifts but means a lot to the heart of a Rastafari. We love Rasta Belts.
  10. rasta christmas gift ideasRasta Colored Watch –  I have never owned a Rasta Colored Watch butI have seen them on line and think they look very cool. You cant go wrong with this gift.
  11. Bob Marley Tapestry – This one is really nice. Check the link for your self.    These are different but cute.
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  13. Rasta (Bob Marley) Backpack – I love this back 51k5xzxtkdl-_sl500_ss125_pack. Its in black and has a silouette of Bob Marley on the front. Very simple yet stylish.
  14. Rasta Keychain – This Rasta Keychain has the Lion of Judah on it and it has Red Yellow and Green. You cannot go wrong to buy a Rasta this as a side gift.
  15. Marcus Garvey Flag – I love the Marcus Garvey Flag. I need to have one to hang beside my Other Roots and Culture Flags
  16. Bob Marley Lava Lamp I read that these are amazing and bring good energy into the room (Good Feng Shui).
  17. Rasta Steering Wheel Cover – I have always wanted a Rastafari steering wheel Cover. Any Rasta would love this as a gift. Especially if he or she doesn’t already have one.
  18. Rastafari marina – Well in Canada we call these shirts maybe a whole whole wife beater. Not sure. In Jamaica they are very popular as they provide nuff ventilation for Jamaican men.  This one is Red Yellow Green and Black. My Husband has one I lo
    ve it on him.
  19. Rasta Grinder for Grinding Marijuana I love this gift. Great for grinding your herb. (Yes Mon)
  20. 514lcosai1l-_ac_sr160160_Rasta Shoes – These are different for a Roots and Culture man, but they are still nice. I would buy them for my Guy. Something a little different.

 

 

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Rastafarian Religion: 10 Facts & Beliefs

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  1. 51fQ7SPHsSL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_The God of Rastafari – The “God” of Jah Rastafari is “King Selassie I of Ethiopia, crowned King of Ethiopia November 2nd 1930. Some people wonder why we praise King Selassie I if he is dead. To Rasta King Selassie I never dies. Give thanks and praises to the Most High.
  2. The Colors of Rastafari – The official colors of Rastafari are Red Yellow and Green. The same colors that are on the Ethiopian flag. Sometimes we include white or black.
  3. Who was the first Rasta? – This is a tough Question to answer. If you ask me personally now that I have thought about it…all the main men in the bible. Samson, Solomon, Samuel, Ezra…King David…Jesus Christ….apart from them you have Leonard Howell. Google him.
  4. Biblical Royal lineage of King Selassie I – King Menelik, the child of Queen of 250px-Ras_Mäkonnen_(Wäldä-Mika'él)_(1852-1906)Sheba and King Solomon was King Selassie I uncle. Royal blood line from the lineage of King David and the Tribe of Judah. (left is a photo of King Selassie I father, Ras Makonnen.)
  5. King and Queen of Ethiopia – I am told first time in History a King and Queen were crowned (King of Ethiopia and Queen of Ethiopia) at the Same time. In Rastafari Culture there is no such thing as a woman beneath her man. If a Rasta woman is submissive to her Kingman, it is because it is written on her heart, not because Rastafari calls for her to do that.
  6. King Selassie I birthday celebrated – King Selassie I Date of birth is July 23 1892 and is celebrated by Rasta every year as “Earth Strong.”
  7. Groundation Day – King Selassie I visited Jamaica on April 21nd 1966. That day is know celebrated by Rastafari people worldwide as “Groundation Day.”
  8. Dreadlocks – Hair worn in Dreadlocks of Rasta Represent, Dedication to Jah, King 1-sexy-black-man-dreadlocksSelassie I, a symbolic crown, a natural way of life. No fuss, no vanity. “Yahweh spoke to Moses and said, ‘Speak to the Israelites and say:  If a man or a woman wishes to make a vow, the Nazirite vow, to vow himself to Yahweh, he will abstain from wine and fermented liquor, he will not drink vinegar derived from one or the other, he will not drink grape juice or eat grapes, be they fresh or dried.  For the duration of his vow he will eat nothing that comes from the vine, not even juice of unripe grapes or skins of grapes.  As long as he is bond by his vow, no razor will touch his head; until the time for which he has vowed himself to Yahweh, he will not go near a corpse, he will not make himself unclean for his fathjah rastafari beleifser or his mother, or his brother or his sister, should they die, since on his head he carries his vow to his God.  Throughout the whole of his vow he is a person consecrated to Yahweh.”Numbers 6:1- 8
  9. Freedom of Self – Rasta believe every man should be allowed to live his life as he chooses. For more Rastafari Beliefs and Principles read the book on amazon.com
  10. Rastafari is not a Religion – Rasta says Rastafari is not a Religion. Rasta say Rastafari is a way of life. Pure and simple. There are no Rastafari practices which one must do. More Rastafari Religion Facts to teach your child Here.
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Rasta Way of Life for Children

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  1. Equality of the Nations – All cultures and nations and their beliefs and way of life are equal to yours and dreadlockssignificant
  2. RasTafari are Role Models – That King Selassie I and Empress Menen are our role Models as Rasta people.
  3. The name of the Creator – That the creators name is “Jah” and that King Selassie I is his Elect.
  4. All people are Jah People – That all people are Africans because the first man Jah created was a black African, there for all people are African because we share the same ancestral root.
  5. Clean Living – That Zion is our home as Rasta, and that we must live clean and righteous to enter Zion.

Because Rastafari is not a Religion, raising a Rasta child, is more about sharing the light of Rastafari with your child, until they come of age to acknowledge the teachings of Rastafari on their own.

This is an excerpt from my new book “Jah Rastafari” from the chapter “How to Raise a Rasta Child.” Read the full book and purchase it from amazon.com

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The Rastafari way of life has many restrictions

  • We do not eat meat
  • We do not smoke cigarettes
  • We do not have sex to relieve sexual tensions (we make love)
  • We do not believe in a lust driven life
  • We are non materialistic
  • We make Jah the focus of all that we do and say each day.
  • We donate to the poor and needy
  • We do not believe e in hording moneyblack man black woman cartoon

I have also written Rastafari Beliefs and principles, my newest ebook. I have come to understand that this book is not for everyone. This is not a book of entertainment. It is a book of truth. The truth is not for everyone. Some people do not know what to do with themselves when faces with the truth, so they get angry if it does not give them information to inflate their ego. This may sound arrogant but there are a lot of arrogant people who want to say they are Rasta.

Rastafari livity is for everyone but please only embrace this faith if you want to do it completely and forever. Rastafari is not a Religion but Jah is so real. He does not like to be disrespected. Well, it is his job to bring Judgement on the people who want to say “Yes, I am Rasta” and then break the covenant, not mine. I write my books to bring the light to the people…that is my job, what they do with the light after that is their own Judgment.

 

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Love and Unity.

Rastafari.

 

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how rastafarians lock their hair

dreadlocks cleanWelcome. I thought I would share with you how Rastafari their dreadlocks Rasta hair.

As a Rasta the correct way to do it is minus a comb and minus scissors. So there should be no cutting or parting out of hair by the scalp using a comb. Dreadlocks are technically supposed to be “formed by Jah!” It is the one part of our physical self that we “dedicate” to him to do what he wishes. This is why it becomes matted, which form dreadlocks.

Before I talk about how I created my own dreadlocks. I want to share with a page that shows how a girl in a video is getting her hair done in dreadlocks very professionally and very neatly. She has straight hair so it’s a little different from mine, but her locks look nice. Check it out Dreadlocks Video.

Starting my dreadlocks

When I started my dreadlocks…I knew for years I was going to do it. But I was scared. Scared that men would not be attracted to me…Scared that I would look ugly in my own “natural Hair” scared that my locks would be too “Rastafari” for my job….I was scared of so many things. At the time I started my locks I had braids in my hair. In all my fear…I pull out one braid at the back underneath all my “synthetic braids.” And “allowed” that one bit of hair to lock. I promised my self I would check on it in 2 weeks time. Well two weeks later I did check on it. It looked ok, but it didn’t look great. I figured “well, this is what I want….” So I decided to do my whole head. The day I started my dreadlocks I dedicated my life to Jah. I pulled out all the braids on my head. I did not use a comb in it…I did not cut any ends…I even had some hair glue in my hair from wearing weave…I left it. I wanted the shift to just start immediately and I wanted it to be Authentic.


My Locks and Becoming a Rasta

I shifted my priorities and I knew I would have to wear a head wrap. My locks were short, and ” natural” and to me…”unattractive.” Well, I wore a hair wrap and felt “free” but “ugly.” I began Transition wearing wigs. The day came when the wig could not fit over my dreadlocks any more. I had no choice but to let some air get to my hair.  I stood out like a sore thumb everywhere I went. But somehow I felt free… I washed my own hair in the shower, which I enjoyed doing, I felt beautiful from head to toe in “my own” hair! I felt like I had stepped into me.

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That was 5 years ago. Today my dreadlocks are long, they look beautiful. I am wearing my own natural hair, some men find me irresistible…some are shocked, to see a black woman with long natural hair. Two things I didn’t expect having dreadlocks…How Free I feel, and how many men who are not black Approach me in conversation. I feel great knowing that like most women outside…I am wearing my own hair, and it is long, and beautiful.

Products I used to Lock my hair!

Rasta_Way_of_Life_Cover_for_KindleI used a lot of lime juice to force my hair to lock. I had to do that because My ends were full of Lye from perm I had used for almost 20 years. My hair could not lock using my natural coils. The lime Juice worked pretty good for my hair. I avoided washing my hair for 5 weeks to allow the locks to form. I did feel icky. When I finally washed my hair some of my Locks unraveled, But I just twisted them again and reapplied the lime juice. In Jamaica many Rasta use a mixture of real lime juice and aloe. I talk about this in my new book “Rasta Way of Life” Rastafari Livity Book. The Lime helps the hair to lock fast under the son. The Aloe kind of acts as a sticky sealer to seal in the loose hairs. I hope this was helpful.

Blessed.


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Rastafari; Beliefs and Principles (book)

bobmarleytributeHello every one. The truth is right now I have to pee. but I am so excited to tell you about my new book coming out. I have finally chosen a title….lIts called…“Rastafari; Beliefs and Principles” I hope many people will appreciate the book, because it has taken me a long time to right it. Every week I figure it will be done by next week, but each week seems to lead into the next and then into the next.

I do hope it will be done by next week lol.

Here are the table of contents of my new book

“Rastafari; Beliefs & Principles”

(my new book)

Overstanding

Understand how and Why Rastafari got started. however unglamorous it may be this is the truth.

Embracing the Faith

In this Chapter I have included some things a person may not know or may need to be aware of when embracing the Rastafari faith.

  • The sabbath and the covenant
  • The Lion of Judah Flag
  • Jah Light

and more…

Jah

I have a section about Jah. What he looks like so to speak, his name can be found in the bible… and I explain if other Gods really do exist.

  • who is Jah
  • 6 Truths of Jah
  • What is the true Image of Jah
  • and more…

25 Principles of Rastafari

I have included about 25 principles of Rastafari. I feel this is what people want to know…how we live, what we know…and what is the basis for all the Rastafari principles truly.

Here is a list of some of those principles…

  • Love
  • Unity
  • Self Awareness
  • Natural Living
  • Dreadlocks
  • Pro-life
  • The Temple
  • Self Awareness as Rasta

But I discuss these thing more in-depth in the book of course

Beliefs

  • Non- Attachment
  • Satan
  • Judgement

etc.

The Hero’s and Leaders

  • King Selassie I
  • Marcus Garvey

How to Enter Zion

 “…For many are called, but few are chosen…” Matthew 22:14

 

 

How to Enter Zion

  • Jah in Zion
  • Jah Cleanses Us
  • Depend on Jah
  • The Holy Christian Bible
  • How to Handle Enemies
  • Rastafari fast

What is Zion Like?

Zion is a place where the weather is always nice. The birds are always chirping, the trees, grass and bushes are all manicured and maintained, and the Sun is always shining, Zion is also known as heaven. In Zion there is no crime, no poverty, and no negative energy to speak of. Zion is full of love, full of harmony, and all souls who are in Zion etc….Buy Rastafari Beliefs and principles ebook on amaozon.

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Rastafari as a Non African

white rastaAs stated earlier Rastafari is a way of life, that is rooted in African Culture and Traditions. Because Rastafarian is of Jah, people of all Nations may embrace the Faith of Rastafari. How should you embrace this faith as a non-African? There are a few guidelines to be aware of. A Few boxes that must get ticked, in order that we keep within the principles of the Rastafari.

 

Self-Awareness as Non African

 

Rastafari feels that the foundation of a man/woman must be strong in order to last and be strong. In other words in order to embrace this faith, you will need to start by learning about your own roots and culture. One of the principles of Rastafari is “Self Awareness”

 

Know Accomplishments of your own people

Connect spirituality to your own ancestors

Take pride in your own nation and appearance

Celebrate your people

 

Two Cultures to Be proud of..?

I became acquainted with one individual who felt it “ok” to learn as much as he could about Ethiopia and King Selassie I and Empress Menen, but did not feelrasta god, selassie it necessary to give the same respects to his own roots and culture. According to the principles of Rastafari, this is not allowed. It completely ignores the principle of “Self-awareness” and “self-Love.”

 

Rastafari does not ask Non Africans who embrace Rastafari to know African history and Culture and to ignore their own…to do such a thing is “Babylonian thinking!…It’s like me a black Jamaican African woman embracing the faith of Hinduism, and ignoring my own traditions culture, values and ancestry. Nonsense!

 

So if you want to embrace Rastafari as a non-African…

 

 

Principles of Rastafari

 

When you read the Principles of Rastafari with the Overstanding that Rastafari was…

1.created and implemented by Jah in heart of every Rasta men Rasta woman and Rasta child

2.to help and heal, the black nation out of Slavery, into freedom and independence,

3.to live as peaceably with other Nations,

4.Teach The black nation live clean in order to Enter Zion

…then you will acquire the “Spiritual Essence” of Rastafari.

The true light love and Guidance of the faith of Rastafari.

I have separated the Rastafari Principles into 3 major Categories, for Overstanding and Organization.

Jah

Self

Zion

Others

Jah

 

 

His name is “Jah”

“…Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the Heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him.”

– Psalms 68 vs. 4 King James Version

Who is Jah

Jah is the God of the Universe. There is only one God just as there is only one Universe. “God” does not exist. Only Jah!

What is the image of Jah ?

The image (vibration) or likeness of Jah is…

African,

Black….

 

How to Be a True Rastafari

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religionForget Religion!

More and more people are coming to the light of Jah Rastafari. That is good, because we are in a very sensitive time. This time and your choice of spirituality will determine your spiritual destiny. If you plan to approach Rastafari the same way you approach religion – Forget it! They are not the same. All religion is corrupt anyway.  If you approach Rastafari as a Religion and not as an awareness or way of life…you will miss the light and truth of Rastafari.

Rastafari is 3 things very simple….

  • The truth of Mankind
  • Truth of Self
  • Truth of Jah (God)

Not complicated not religion, no set prayer times….Just follow your heart.

 

Accept and Love our Leaders

martin luther kingIf you want to be a true Rastafari you will have to love and accept our leaders the same way we do. Rasta Salute Marcus malcolm-xGarvey, King Selassie I, Bob Marley, Malcolm X and many more Leaders in the Movement for black Rights and Freedoms. We hang their photos in our homes and teach our children about the progress they made for our rights to walk free today.

Incorporate Spirituality into your Life

I always call Rastafari “my spirituality.” Do things that feel good. Light incents and light candles, just because it feels good. Air out your home, and keep it clean. Rasta love to burn some Nag Champa.

 

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Natural Living

Rasta lives natural. When I was my hair I let the air dry it. Even though my locks are heavy when wet, I never use a blow dryer. I use tea tree oil to clean my home, and I always use natural deodorant, and do my best to avoid wearing perfumes.

Love the Black Nation

black man black womanAll Rasta have a deep love for the black Nation. If he is Rasta and does not love the black nation, he has disrespected his Covenant. The Black Identity is the apex of the Rastafari way of life. We have a black God, we know Jesus Christ, or Yeshua was indeed black, and we celebrate African Culture in just about everything we do – daily. The black nation is Rastafari – Rastafari is the black nation.

 

 

 

 

 

Love King Selassie and Empress Menen

king selasse with empress menenLove King Selassie I and Empress Menen. King Selassie I was crowned in 1930 in Ethiopia as King. His wife Empress Menen was Crowned the same time. There for we give just as much respect to the two of them equally. We know King Selassie I was sent here to protect Africa. Rasta are born to love King Selassie I and Empress Menen.

 

 

 

Hang your Lion of Judah Flag

rastafari jamaican flag, lion of judah flagThe lion of Judah Flag with its red yellow and green with the lion is the ultimate symbol of Rastafari. The lion represents King Selassie I and the Red Yellow and Green represents African. Together they are Rastafari. Keywords of this beautiful flag are.

  • Love
  • Strength
  • Spirit
  • Victory
  • Royalty
  • Hope
  • Pride
  • Unity
  • Jah

As you can see to hang this flag in your home shows the world that you represent the truth of the God of all mankind. Jah- Ras – Tafari.

Grown your Natty and be proud

black jesusGrow your natty dreadlocks crown and be proud! Let me be honest, when you first begin this journey as Rasta, it wont be easy. But as time goes on, it gets easier. People will look down on you…but for some reason the longer your locks get the less they stare….weird. Dreadlocks symbolize the same thing as the Lion of Judah flag, the only difference is that the symbol is now on your head instead of hanging on the wall. Oh Jah we love you so.

Buy Red Yellow and Green Everything

Rasta people love Red Yellow and Green. We have just about 1 of everything in Red yellow and green. Rasta hats, Rasta scarfs, Rasta jewelry, Rasta t- shirts, Rasta Towels, Rasta clocks, I have seen it all. Usually if we cannot get it in Red yellow and green we want it with the Kings face on it. I love that I could love my spirituality so much. Jah is so good to me. You don’t even know the extent of it. Jah – Rastafari, King Selassie I. I – I.

Thanks for reading….Do not forget to check my book “How to become a Rasta.” Jah Rastafari

psychic intuition, sixth sense: trust your feelings

psychicEverybody has a sixth sense. For some the “sixth sense” is well-developed, and for others, not so much. Life is full of things we would like to know more about, before we reach, or just for knowing sake. Sometimes using the power of our sixth sense can provide us with the information that our 5 senses does not.

Recently I started getting to know a single man. He was just my type, Rastafarian, long dreadlocks, a libra sun sign. He had all the right attributes. We got connected over the internet. As time grew closer and closer, I noticed he didn’t act towards me, the same way,  that any other “dread” would. I was puzzled by this.

At the same time around getting to know this person, I was reading about the Joran Vandersloot murder. In case you don’t know, he confessed to killing a girl in his hotel room because she was looking up information about him, on his laptop. I am assuming she was looking up information on Jorans involvement in the disappearance of a Alabama native, Natalie Halloway, while she was vacationing in Aruba, where she met Joran.

As an astrologer, and having mars in Scorpio, I wanted to know more about what drove this young man of just 22 years, to murder this young woman, just out of the blue. I first check his astrological information online. You would be shocked to read what I had discovered. I will put the link at the bottom of this article for you to read it.

Back to the Rastafarian man I was getting to know over the internet. Eventually I checked his planets too to get to know a little bit more about him. I soon discovered that he has two of the same planetary placements as Joran Van Der Sloot. Apparently these placements, cause a person to conduct themselves, with a “sense of entitlement”. All I know is, this sounds like something I don’t want to mess with.

Now where is all of this going you ask? I was starting to have bad feelings about meeting with the Rastafarian gentleman over the black coupleinternet. I mean it was as if something was telling me not to go. But, I was thinking “but, he’s so perfect to me” So I was gonna go anyway. Ok…I recently had to make a trip somewhere, I had no idea that the place i was travelling to was on holiday. This messed up travel plans for many people. Anyway, I had to make alternative arrangements. About an hour before shipping out, I started to have a bad feeling. But I kept making excuses about why I should go, I even had second thoughts as we were pulling away, but I didn’t want to be the odd man out. So, I went anyway. It was one of the worst experiences of my life of 31 years. I ignored my instincts, my sixth sense, my psychic intuition, and paid, dearly for it. I promised my self, that I would never ignore my sixth sense ever again.

black jesus3I know God is always with me, and he was trying to warn me, not to go. But, even more profound than that….this experience happened to protect me from meeting up with that Rastafarian man over the internet. I have now decided not to meet him. God knew I had every excuse in the book, to go and meet this guy, so he had to show me in a “big way” not to go. It worked, I wont be meeting with him.

I learned so many lessons in going against my feelings. Here are just some of the things I learned from this experience…

I must trust my self:

In life you learn a thing or two from each experience you have. Dont drop your rules, your beliefs for anyone or anything.

Stand firm in Jah:

Some times life will throw you a curve ball. Something you didn’t expect. Just know you are not here to serve, evil and wickedness. The devil loves new recruits. You must watch your actions, and always represent the team of Jah, Rastafari

Forgive your enemies:

Those who mistreat you, know not of God. They choose to serve their ego, to lift themselves up because they do not feel lifted from within. Sometimes this may mean putting you down. However allow them their space, remain humble, for “those who exalt themselves, will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.”

When crossing a river, to get to the other side, don’t complain when your chest gets wet

I heard this in a video, by a very talented trio, called, “sons of Malcom” you need to check out their videos. But basically they were discussing, being an african warrior, and that sometimes you just need to do what needs to get done and not wait on someone else to do it. Sometimes when others put you down you must be the bigger person and just let it alone.

My psychic intuition:

My psychic intuition is more of a feeling than anything else. There have been times when it has come across clearer. I have realized this happens when I commit my self to a lot of prayer. I was truly amazed at the information I get sometimes. Like when my ex and I were going to break up, I knew it, but didn’t want to believe it. The feelings were that there book be a “break in time” between us. Interesting huh! And that’s exactly what happened, We havent gotten together since.

I even knew before I met my boyfriend, that I was gonna meet someone and fall deep in love. There are many ways to tune into your own psychic ability. The best way is through prayer and relaxation. Or just start out as an intuitive, this means you simply use your sense to tell  whether or not something is “good” or “not so good!”

Have you ever had any sixth sense experiences? I would love to know about them.

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 Miscellaneous Blogs Old Rastafari Blog Posts:

rastafari you fill the need of my soul: What it means to be rasta in a poem

rastafari: you fill the need of my soul

rastafari is my strength: When I feel weak I turn to you, for you are always strong, you never steer me wrong, my love will always be true to you.
rastafari is my god: God you are always there, you never reject me, you only love me, how could I turn my back on you. You love me with such patience understanding and persistence. you stay true to me and I stay true to you.
rastafari is my love: no human will ever love me like you. You have known me since my conception. I have made many mistakes, and underestimated you love for me, but there you were lovin me more and more every time.
rastafari is my center: You give me direction in all areas of my life. You know whats good for me even before I come to you. You keep me centered, give me strength and the inner knowing to go on in tough times. You give me purpose in my life.

rastafari is my confidence: Wherever I go I know your love, I know you never forsake me, you always listen, and you always know. For this I am always confident, for thru you I know my self, and my purpose

rastafari keeps me inline: You let me know right from wrong. I stand strong in you. Others do not understand, but you chose me, and this is an honor, that I too, must honor. Read Rasta Way of life

rastafari is God, and God is love!

Jah rastafari!

 

"Rastaman" a tribute to all rasta man

“Rastaman” a  tribute to all rasta man

 We are the God people of today yesterday and tomorrow. I wanted to tell all  rastafaria tribute, is my way of paying respect to the men of the  Rastaman of the rastafai culutre

We rasta people are often looked at with obscurity and intrigue. Many do not know what we are really capable of. The love in our hearts and the things we can do to make others feel at ease. Unless you know a rasta man personally, you wont know that he is pure love in human form. We the rasta people, believe in love, acceptance, Jah. Just be one with Jah and all good things will follow. The rastafarian know that and they share their love and talents with the world. Here is my tribute to some famous rasta men. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Dear Rastaman “Bob Marley”

 

 

God made you! We loved your works. Your many songs of love. Many songs about Jah and zion. One of my favorite songs created by you is “punky reggae party” I think I love this song, because it could almost not be reggae music. But you have that way about you dear Bob, to take a song and make it “splash!” Punky reggae party is almost like where reggae meets punk music or funk music but not quite. You and your creative genius, and of course Jah created this unique piece or art.

Many called you a genius, but I know you worked with a genius. Its ok this is our job as Rastafarians, to deliver the message of jah to all nations, you did it well mr Bob Marley, very well.

We will not forget you, How can we …your musical “genius” lives on. Jah Rastafari!!!

Dear Rastaman Damian Marley

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God made you! The ladies love you! You are the son of the great legend” Bob Marley”. You too have the creative genius, or the musical gift. I only learned of you in 2006,

when you hit song “Welcome to jamrock” was playing in Montreal, in cars driving by and on the radio. I heard that song and it made me want to dance! I then saw the music video, and was in awe of this young talented man whose “locks” where swaying in the video, almost touching the ground. The girls on the internet say you are “cute”, I say you were designed to look this way with a purpose. I am honored to know you are rastafarian like me. Another messenger of Jah roams the earth. Respect to you Mr. Damian….Rastafari

Dear Mr. Jacob Miller

You are my favorite rastaman singer. I love all of your songs. From “I am a Rastaman” to “all night till Day Light” your fans love your for your honesty your lyrics and your lively performances where you connected with your audience without hesitation or thought for what others in high places would think. Mr Miller I plan to name a pet cat after you some day. I will call him Mr. Miller. You are another example of the works of Jah.

Rasta man Mr. Sizzla

You blow my mind. You are truly a blessing to this planet. I saw a video on youtube on how you are responsible for a place in Jamaica where rastfarians live and are educated by a rastfarian priest, On the teachings of Rastafari, so that they themselves may educate the people. You also mentioned the children as being the future, and that we must raise them up with the values of rastafari and protect them from uncleanlieness and wickedness of bablylon. Mr. Sizzla you are….very special. You are doing what God intended for people with money to do – help the ones who do not. Thank Mr. Sizzla.

Dear Rastaman Mr. Dennis Brown

Mr. Brown, you are my biggest rasta man crush. God I think you are cute, with your classic “black” wide nose, and beautiful lucious lips, and your “natty dreadlocks”, and smooth angelic like voice. Looking at a picture of you makes my heart beat fast, oh my! I wish I could have met you. you made many love songs that made us all wonder and think “what must that have been like?” From “silhouettes” to “cheater” You made us think and ponder relationships and deep love, with songs like “how could I leave you” and “aint that lovin you” Many of these songs were written by others.  Mr. Brown the way you sang these songs, you made them your own. I grew up listening to you as a child, having no idea you were rasta. That smooth voice, those smooth words, I should have known. The biggest part of your musical recognition is that, dance halls now use your songs, to “christen” the songs to come as a way, of creating a feeling of greatness in the room. Many of you Jamaicans know what I am talking about. For those of you who dont, jus know only a few reggae artists have that type of recognition in the reggae music world. Dennis, you came to teach us about jah, and the natural magnetic love between men and women, and that love lives, and creates memories in all of us. Mr. Brown I love You.

“hey rastaman…hey what you say give me some of you sensi!” Biggup to all rastaman, I am so happy you roam the earth. I never really knew you until age 20. Now I know a rastaman is the best man – well at least for me as a rasta woman.

To all rasta man who were not named here, you are beautiful and unique. Jah mek you. Continue to be you, continue to love, Jah depends on you. One love to all. Jah bless.

Many see your red eyes after some herb smoking, the colors you wear, your red yellow and green, your long dreadlocks, hear your Jamaican patois,  and hear the intelligence of your words. But many will never really know the greatness of the almighty Jah, that resides inside of you.  Read Rasta Way of Life

Jah Ras Tafari!!