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Arielle Vogel
@arielle-vogel
04/21/12 12:57:01AM
24 posts

Sungazing


Dreads and Diets

also so very cool to find someone else who is interested in this sort of thing as it is not really a topic that comes up in your average day to day talk. if you are starting to practice this i would luv to hear about your experiences as well. i will say if you start to or have sungazed and really feel it the way i do. you will never want to stop doing this.it is simply amazing.

Arielle Vogel
@arielle-vogel
04/21/12 12:49:15AM
24 posts

Sungazing


Dreads and Diets

my mother told me about breatharians and sungazing about a year ago. i can tell you a few things i havelearned about it. i have an open mind like you and i am vegitarian (dont know if i would personally go farther than that - i like food too much lol) anyway when she told me about it i looked it up and found out a few things. first of all you dont need to climb a mountian to watch the sun rise or set. if it is ever up where you are durring the day just watch it go up or down where it does from your point of view, if that makes sence. in the year that iv known about it i have watched about5 or 6sunrises and probly 60 or so sunsets. i LOVE this i dont do it ritually every day as others do but i can tell you that there is a definate energy like nothing else absorbed from the sun by simply watching it.it feels very empowering and i could see how if one was to train the body you could live on this energy alone it is litterally brilliant. one thing that i would suggest is if you are going to try it, stand barefoot on bareground if you can it will really help you to feel more closely connected to the earth and the sun while you do this and you will get alot more out of it this way. i dont know alot about it but my experience has been amazing. and it is so simple if you wanna try it and you just happen to glance out your window as the sun is beginning to set go outside and watch it its awesome!!

Arielle Vogel
@arielle-vogel
04/21/12 12:24:05AM
24 posts

hey guys im very new to this sight and also to dreading.


Introduce Yourself

i put in my dreads about 2 months ago, they are coming along very nicely i have been using only completely natural products in my hair. my dread journey has just begun and already i feel very closely connected to my locs(its hard to explain) anyway very new to the whole thing and at the moment have not a single friend with dreadlocs(i have a few who used to be dread heads) i was just starting to feel like i was all alone when i stumbled upon this site - so glad -


updated by @arielle-vogel: 01/13/15 09:24:09PM
Arielle Vogel
@arielle-vogel
04/21/12 12:09:05AM
24 posts

Aloe Vera


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

iv had my dreads in for about 2 months i use aloe religiously. after every wash i use it to condition. i did some research on the stuff and its one of the friendliest things you can put into your dreads and the best part about it is it will wash out easily with whatever soap you use(you can not say the same for most waxes and creams out there on the market). because its water based your hair will absorb it and it wont leave much of a residue. however you also need to wash your hair on a regular basis. leaving it alone for the first little while was probably a good thing however your going to find as soon as you wash it that it will tighten up conciderably

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