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Spirituality and Hair | You hair journey is a part of your spiritual journey

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  1. Marcia Johnson Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Hi Tunisia, really enjoyed this video. I can say that my hair journey is very similar to yours. I wanted to loc my hair in 2000, and thought that by wearing a wig for 5 months but desperately needing to comb my hair after this period, I took this as proof that I wasn't ready yet. I did it again in 2002, with the same conclusion. But when my mum passed in December 2013 I got my hair relaxed for her going home celebration, but made up my mind that that was the last time I was going to relax my hair. My mum's passing was very instrumental in a number of life decisions I made that following year, including divorcing my now ex husband. I installed my SLs 4 October 2014 and I can honestly say it was the best hair decision I've ever made (like you, I've done so many things to my thick hair – hot comb, relaxed, big chopped, weaved then single braids, Leisure Curl, then Wave Nouveau, big chopped and then relaxed it again with loads of colour changes in between!). When that last relaxer grew out I started wearing a wig to allow for more growth before my installation. However, it was during an impromptu meeting at my desk with two colleagues – one Asian and one Caucasian – when the thought came to me very clearly, "would either of these two lovely women who I had great working relationships with, would either of them wear an afro wig apart from to a fancy dress party? NO THEY WOULDN'T! So what am I doing???" Well I contacted a SLs consultant and made my appointment at her earliest convenience, I felt that embarrassed that fateful day. I do regret not loc-ing my crown all those years ago, but I guess it was proof that I was not ready then. I feel so comfortable and at ease in my own skin, and am in love with my hair. I feel it enhances me on a spiritual level. I truly love and admire all sizes and styles of loc-ing. I love our loose natural and loced natural hair. Our hair is beautiful, and we must celebrate, nourish and nurture our crowns and each other as sisters. Thanks for bringing us this topic. Sending much love from London UK 🥰

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  2. Alotta Locs Hair Suite Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Hi there, I love your channel!

    After I began my Sisterlocks journey, I felt the need to make changes in my life like a rebirth. With that, I felt that in order to be able to accept my “whole-self” I have to make changes inside and out in order to move forward with living a deeper understanding of self love.

    First, I began working on accepting changes out my putter self, image and building up my self confidence. Second, I begin working on removing all the toxic people in my life that had no value such as, old friends and family members. Third, increasing my health wellness. This is currently ongoing for me because not only have I gradually change my eating habits, I’m more health conscious about what’s going into my body, taking care of my mental health and exercise to keep myself healthy overall.

    Thank you for this video❤️

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  3. lady of fire .poetry Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Your jewelry is bomb. I love crystals… I noticed you have a blue crystal for clarity of speak. Keep speaking your truth sistar. Your beautiful spirit shines thru.

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  4. Kiyah G Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    So much truth in your words

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  5. ogechi udoye Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    I got to a point where I said these constant braids doesn't make sense anymore and I got my sisterlocs. I have not made a spiritual connection yet but I have gotten strange inspirations. Not sure if it's connected to my 16 weeks locs.

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  6. The Stovers Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Your timing is perfect. I was just talking to my loctician today (I have sisterlocks) and saying that for a woman to look in the mirror, and her focus be what she must change or alter about herself through harmful means (chemicals, invasive procedures) is a direct result of a mental/spiritual disconnect. Changing our habits and practices to nourish ourselves is one thing, but to do things that don't represent our own value and self love is very telling. It is an indicator of our spiritual state, and I completely agree that a natural hair journey, especially a lock journey has a deep spiritual connection. Our ability to handle (or lack of ability to handle) the change process helps us locate ourselves.

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  7. Komplakaydid Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Just came across your channel. You are a breath of fresh air.
    I started growing my locs when I learned about the significance of hair. There is definitely a connection to my locs and spiritual journey. The so called “ugly phase” is simply a time to get us to see how beautiful we are despite what is going on with the top of our heads.
    You are so beautiful and you speak so eloquently!

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  8. sabrina foster Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    I've processed my hair and wore weaves and wigs for 30 years. As of today, I am 18 months sisterlocked and it has been the best choice I've made in my life. I was very insecure in the beginning stages of my locs bc I wasn't used to wearing my hair natural. I've always covered it up. I felt vulnerable. But, as the months past and my hair began to transform, I fell in love and accepted my hair and myself. I feel free and my hair is beautiful. It's different and unique but it's mine. This journey has allowed me to think differently about myself and has opened my eyes and mind.

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  9. aqua fina Posted on June 18, 2019 at 10:12 am

    You definitely have me thinking and you touched on sometgs that i have felt.

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