It is not just about loving reggae music, wearing dreadlocks, and wearing green, gold and red—but rather a function of the heart.
Sydney (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
Bob Marley sang, “emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; none but ourselves can free our minds.” Throughout Marley’s life he promoted peace and freedom with his music and became an advocate and symbol for the Rastafarian faith.
At 15-years-old, Sistar Julia’s life changed while attending a Bob Marley and The Wailers’ concert. Mesmerized by the music and culture of Marley, Sistar Julia began her spiritual journey that night. She began traveling the world in search of satisfying her soul. The people and experiences she encountered opened her eyes to new cultures, specifically the language of music. Her journey of self-discovery led to following in the footsteps of Marley as an advocate for the Rastafarian faith.
“Rasta is not a fashion but a faith and way of life,” Sistar Julia said. “It is not just about loving reggae music, wearing dreadlocks, and wearing green, gold and red—but rather a function of the heart.”
In Sistar Julia’s new book, “Breath to Consciousness,” she shares her journey of seeking consciousness, freedom of expression and insight on Rastafarian culture and beliefs.
For more information, visit http://www.breathtoconsciousness.com.
About the author
Sistar Julia was born in Australia in 1963. While working at an online website, she was able to interview several significant reggae artists, including Ziggy Marley and Aston “Family Man” Barrett. Her involvement in the Rastafarian culture includes holding an executive position in a worldwide Rastafarian organization and singing in a reggae band. Her song “Harmony” can be found at http://www.youtube.com.