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brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
02/21/10 10:23:58PM
13 posts

Cold head,Warm heart :)


Introduce Yourself

kind of...its a special fiber cloth that pulls liquid up without alot of effort...they sell it as a kitchen towel on tv or probability in corporate stores like walgreens and walmart by now. I bet it would work quite well.
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
02/03/10 11:43:53AM
13 posts

i would like to talk about a good book


General Talk

No, I have never read or herd of it but it does look like a very inspiring read.Thanks for the heads up Ill definitely check it out.. pce
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/16/10 12:59:46AM
13 posts

who here has dreads and isn't Rastafarian?


General Talk

truth is in ourselves...right onDidjeridurian said:
Dreadlocks go back to Ancient Egypt even before to ancient Sumer. The ancient celts wore them too and so did most of the anglo and germanic tribes. Rastafarian is not the root of dreadlocks. Nature is the root of dreadlocks and of all things. I respect your beliefs and how dreads fit into them but please show respect to other cultures who had dreads long before and for different reasons.
Peace
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/16/10 11:01:24PM
13 posts

Regrets, and a shift in philosophy


Dreading Methods

Have faith in the process..belief that in your natural creation is PURE ART(nothing pulled from influence)As necessary as your conscience step;is the feeling of the stride.---peace
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/08/10 09:32:23AM
13 posts

lice a dreadlocks worse nightmare


Dread Maintenance

that sucks man!! I would cut off one of your dreads and see if they have made it on the inside yet...cause if they are there the NITS can survive anything...hopefully you all have caught it soon enough. I have battled this before (many times) and last year when my 6 year old brought them home from school I caught them fast enough not to get infested...just be sure you clesn your whole house anything you cant wash has to be put in garbage bags for at least a week! Ill keep asking around for more ideas.
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/06/10 03:57:07PM
13 posts

Whats my problem?


General Questions

Its happing!!..I wouldnt stop washing...you want clean,strong hair. I would suggest a tight ball-cap or bandanna,especilly at night..just make sure your hair is dry first. keep at it!
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/05/10 10:07:43PM
13 posts

the spirituality of dreading (regardless of religion or lack of)


History and Religious Significance

Beautiful and Inspiring! This is what I was looking for on this page...and in life! The understanding that whatever path we choose to walk, we are conscious of our step.That we are a part of the natural beauty around us; and that discovering "self" is our purpose. I am greatly looking forward to the discussion that will come from your post...thankyou for sharing your heart.
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/02/10 11:29:19AM
13 posts

Nature and dreadlocks


General Talk

that is exactlly how i feel...for me it is more then a hair style its a life style..and its representing the way i am trying to live my life in whole. The fact that it is what your hair does naturaly is what makes them so beautiful...i think if more people felt this way they wouldnt be so concerned in speeding up the process. Love yourselfsoaringeagle said:
thats exactly whhat i always say..
and jester..
we have dreads because we are natural humans living as close to our natural way as possible..
dreads are the natural state of hair its whats nmeant to be when you stop all unnatural processes, thats why tio me unnatural processes like backcombing and crochet make no sence tro me for making what nature creates naturaly

(and beautifuly)
brooke blinebry
@brooke blinebry
01/01/10 05:16:35PM
13 posts

[HELP] what is the best way for me to make my new growth knot up?


Dread Maintenance

Iam not sure what a dread purm is but if its what i think that is what is causing the dry scalp...maybe try to give your scalp back some oil with a natural tint-ture...tee-tree, lavender.sandlwood..whatever you like diluted in water. My hair is "silky" as you say..and the new growth is hard to keep tight...i find that a hat or bandanna on when i sleep helps them lock up fast. This is my third set and i think the best thing you can do is keep your hair healthy and strong.
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