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The Spiritual Power Of The Hair

The Spiritual Power Of The Hair

Beyond doing pretty or following the trend of cuts, according to Pakistani yoga teacher Yogi Bhajan, hair is an amazing gift from nature that can actually help develop the energy of the Kundalini (strength of creative life), which increases vitality, intuition and tranquility.

Yogi Bhajan is a Kundalini Yoga teacher and founder of Healthy Happy Holy Organization, this yoga practice uses breathing, rhythm, dynamic or static postures, sound, relaxation, singing and meditation to provide people the means to reach their maximum creative potential, free themselves from the past and realize their purpose of life. This teacher reveals through his wisdom, the spiritual power of the hair.

Spiritual Power Of The Hair

The unknown powers of the hair!

What happens when you cut your hair?

A long time ago, in many cultures, people did not cut their hair because they were part of what they were. There were no lounges. Often, when people were conquered or enslaved, their hair was cut off as a recognized sign of slavery. It was also understood that this would serve as a punishment and diminish the power of slaves.

When humans let their hair grow, they welcome maturity, the responsibility to be mature and powerful. That's why you will find grace and calm in a person with uncut hair from birth.

The forehead bones are porous and serve to transmit light to the pineal gland, affecting brain activity, as well as the thyroid and sex hormones. The cutting fringes that cover the forehead hinder this process.

When the hair reaches its maximum length, phosphorus, calcium and vitamin D are all produced and enter the lymphatic fluid and possibly the cerebrospinal fluid through the two channels at the top of the brain. This ionic change creates a more efficient memory and leads to greater physical energy, endurance and patience.

Yogi Bhajan explained that if you choose to cut your hair, you not only lose that extra energy and food, but your body must provide a lot of vital energy and nutrients to continually grow the missing hair.

In addition, hair is the antenna that collects and channels solar energy to the frontal lobes, the part of the brain that you use for meditation and visualization. These antennas act as ducts to bring you greater amounts of subtle and cosmic energy. It takes about three years from the last time your hair was cut so that new antennae form at the end of the hair.

Split ends
The hair can develop split ends. Instead of cutting them and losing your antennae, Yogi Bhajan recommends applying a small amount of almond oil to your hair during the night so that the hair can absorb it before washing it the next morning. Keeping your hair tied and wrapped around your head and protected by a hat during the day will help your antennas heal.

Wet hair
Yogi Bhajan was sitting in a living room with his disciples while having wet hair, he explained that he was drying them before tying them to avoid a headache. When you keep your hair wet, they tend to shrink and tighten a little and even break as they dry. The idea is to take the time to sit in the sun and let your hair dry naturally and absorb some extra vitamin D.

How to maintain your hair?
Yogi Bhajan recommends washing your hair every 72 hours (or more frequently if your scalp is sweating a lot). It can also be beneficial to wash your hair after being emotionally disturbed.

It is also advisable to use a wooden comb because it facilitates blood circulation and scalp stimulation. Wood does not create static electricity that causes a loss of energy from the hair to the brain. You will find that if you comb your hair and scalp from front to back, back to front, then right and left several times, it will refresh you, no matter how long your hair is. hair. All the fatigue of your day will disappear. For women, using this technique to comb their hair twice a day is said to help maintain youth, a healthy menstrual cycle and good eyesight.