Rasjohnmon's Famous Reggae Mixes and Concerts With An Abundance of PositiVibes To Help You Live Joyfully And Fill Your Days With Love and Thanksgiving!

Rasjohnmon Reggae Radio Mix 2014 download

spin the REGGAE Music vibesReggae musicRadio Reggae FacebookReggae musicIrie Reggae VideosReggae musicBBC Reggae Music Special Reggae musicRasjohnmon's Club TropicalReggae musicRadio Reggae Music SearchReggae MusicReggae Music Search Reggae music


Rasjohnmon's Reggae Music at Radio Reggae

Player #1 has the sounds of a beautiful island beach. Click the PLAY button on either of the other players, put on some headphones, find a comfortable spot and let your body relax, close your eyes and drift off for some PositiVibes. You can adjust the volume levels on the players for just he right blend of waves and music.

Links to more Mixes and Concert Recordings on the other side of this page ---->
None of these players will work without FLASH - for non-flash Streams, click here.

Great Reggae Music at Radio Reggae

Rasjohnmon's Radio Reggae BLOG

Join Radio Reggae Groupreggae music
RadioReggae Facebook Page

More Rasjohnmon's Radio Reggae Music Mixes Rasjohnmon's Radio Reggae Music Videos Rasjohnmon's PositiVIBES Rasjohnmon's Radio Reggae Featured Artists Radio Reggae Facebook Page Radio Reggae Sitemap Rasjohnmon Radio Reggae Events The Story of Reggae Music
irie reggae musicRadio Reggae formerly Reggae.comRasjohnmon's Roots Reggae Music PositiVibes

You're tuned in to Radio Reggae
You Need Adobe Flash Player For This Site

Ras John's Radio REGGAE Music Mixes  Mixes   

Live Reggae Concert Mixes

Go to Reggae SumFest 1995 - nearly all of the four nights can be heard by clicking HERE

Got a Message? email Rasjohnmon@previewnet.com. Radio Reggae's PositiVibes Girl (imagineered by Alana Brodie) and all other original artwork is copyrighted and trademarked by RadioReggae.com, a Transforming Reality website. Music on the site is available for your free listening pleasure with an interest in promoting this rich and positive music genre, Reggae Music. We encourage you to support these artists by purchasing their music and seeing them in live performance when ever you get the chance. Use this link to get great deals and the biggest selection from: Amazon - Shop. Connect. Enjoy. All from Earth's Biggest Selection.Search for Reggae Music at Amazon
Finding PositiVibes at Rasjohnmon's Club Tropical





Finding Rasjohnmon's Righteous Vibes Club

There was a Bob Marley tune and some laughter on the light breeze as I pulled into the parking lot. I parked the dinged up rental car under a tree in the dirt parking lot, glad to be off the main road. The car had no air conditioning other than the 360 air of four rolled down windows but the temperature was pleasant. I took a last hit from the spliff that I had found in rental car's ash tray and turned the key to shut off the engine. Discovery of the spliff had been a nice surprise upon leaving the Thrifty Car Rental office in MoBay - even though it was Jamaica, I doubted most rental cars came so equipped.

The spliff was dropped back into the ash tray. I turned to get out of the car and nearly interrupted the night with a scream. A huge bird was zooming straight at me. I thought it was going to smack right into my head but at the last moment it pulled up and landed on the car door knocking me back with a shock and a blast of wind from its jagged wings. I had a vision of eyes being peeked out in an Alfred Hitchcock film but quickly cancelled that thought - definitely not wanting that to be the next scene.

The bird looked straight into my eyes with what was hopefully not a hungry look and then delivered another shock by screeching, "Who are you?" with what sounded like a pirate accent. It was a big greenish grey parrot of some type with an menacing looking beak. I hoped it was a vegetarian and preferred fruit and seeds to flesh. The bird screeched again, "Who are You?"

"JB" I replied trying to sound friendly and not frightened - I thought it wise not to show fear or weakness - confidence always helps keep situations under control. Hopefully he was a regular here and didn't generally harm tourists.

"Who are you?" demanded the bird again in the same nasty tone.

"JB" I said more forcefully.

"Who are you?" screeched the bird for a fourth time.

Relaxing a bit I replied this time, "Sometimes I don't know who I am. Who do you think I am?" Finally I just said firmly, "go away!" and the bird flew away leaving me wondering how potent that ashtray spliff was and a bit confused at the unusual events. Was this a bad sign? A good sign or no sign at all? Who are you was certainly a relevant question considering my current state of mind.

I think I had come here on a search for enlightenment. It was all very strange. In my head I sang "what a long strange trip it's been" - the Grateful Dead song but to a Reggae beat. I'd been playing one of the "Fire on the Mountain" CD's of Reggafied Dead tunes while I navigated the dark roads alternating from coast road to stretches of overgrown pavement deep in the inland's lush tropical foliage. All of these elements combined to create a surreal and uncertain sense of where I was and where I was going. I felt a little like a puppet moving to an unseen hand. I deliberately shook that feeling off - I was coming to realize that for better or worse I was the one behind the steering wheel. Somehow I just needed to learn how to be a better driver and navigator.

There are said to be many roads to enlightenment and I had given up looking for a map. I was just going on instinct and possibly clouded perceptions. A little herb often helped or maybe it hurt. The important insight it had provided was that reality could totally shift in moments depending on state of mind. So, if reality was not fixed and was only a matter of perception, then, all kinds of life experiences were available it would seem. The trouble was that it often felt like you were being tossed around on a sea of uncertainty with no control over what was going on.

It still seemed better than being one of the masses that were cock sure that their sense of what reality was at a given moment was all there was for anyone and everyone. Anyone that didn't see it their way was simply wrong. That was definitely not the road to enlightenment. In fact, I was totally certain that anyone who thought they had all the answers was mentally and spiritually deficient.

I had made a lot of twists and turns on his road and wasn't at all sure of where I was going but I had a lot of questions seeking answers. Jah only knew why I thought I might find some answers way off the mainstream at Rasjohnmon's Righteous Vibes Club. Any of my friends would have felt it was pretty far fetched and that I was just going to chill out and party in the tropics. Well, if that was all it turned out to be, that would be fine too. It would just be one more little side trip. I sat back to collect my thoughts and try to get centered. I could hear lightly crashing waves in the distance and the rustle of the breeze through the dense tropical foliage. It was soothing after the bird incident and the long drive from the hotel.

The car door creaked as I finally opened it sending some other unseen birds and other night creatures scattering in alarm. In the distance, I heard the opening bars of a song called "Celebrate Life". The timing was perfect. It was a favorite of mine for the music and the message. As I walked toward the entrance of Rasjohnmon's Righteous Vibes Club listening to Lucky's "Celebrate Life" from the club sound system in the distance, I wondered what I was supposed to be doing to make this a better place to live.

A stone walkway lit by flaming torches on tall poles lead from the edge of the dirt clearing where the car was parked to the open entrance of the club. Lucky's voice rose above the sounds of talking, laughter and clanking of glasses and dishes. Looking around, this was a pretty good place to celebrate life for a few hours at the very least. There was an empty table by a window looking out toward the beach that looked joyously inviting. A couple of dozen people spread out between the bar and an open air deck with more tables. An unoccupied stage was at the end of the room opposite the deck. Inside it looked like a Caribbean Hard Rock Café with every nook and cranny filled with musical mementos from framed vinyl discs of various sizes, photos, posters, ticket stubs and all kinds of other colorful artifacts. The floors were a dark wood and it was easy to picture hundreds of dancing feet polishing them over the years. The swoosh of big bamboo fans turning lazily above pleasantly circulated the ocean breezes and fragrant night air.

As I relaxed back into my chair a short dark skinned girl in shorts and a bikini top came over and said, "Welcome back". That caught me by surprise and for a split second I thought back trying to remember if I had ever actually been here. I'd been to the island before but not here as far as I could remember. Maybe she had me confused with someone else but I just said, "Thanks". Then in one of those a-ha moments, I thought maybe she was actually talking about a "state of mind" - PositiVibes filling my brain.

The girl said, "You gonna have a nice cold Red Stripe?" Giving an affirmative nod, I thought that sounded perfect for the moment. The story line was going nicely now… Red Stripe, tropical beach bar and Reggae Music mixing with the sounds of happy people and ocean waves in the distance. Moments later the frosty bottle of Red Stripe arrived and I took a big thirst quenching gulp. In fact, this seemed an ideal spot to begin some intentional transforming of my personal reality. Are you ready to take control and write a more entertaining and fun adventure story for your life? I sure am.

You can learn to transform reality to your liking if you choose. To find out more, VISIT HERE

Transforming Reality