“Our hair fashions might be just a trend, but if we investigate, we may find that we have been depriving ourselves of one of the most valuable sources of energy for the human vitality.” –Yogi Bhajan

As we noticed in many different cultures hair seems to have a celestial aspect right from the begining .Some kind of sacred ground.

Such as the Rastafarians who believe that their hair is their strength and also their weakness, if it is cut off… to native indians believe their hair is a physical manifestation of the growth of the spirit, and rumor has it, it also allows for extrasensory perception, and connection to all other things. Each nation withholds a tradition connecting to long hair.

But once you think about it this mindset starts making some real sense. What if I told you the hair on your head does more than act as a stylish main ! Humans have this benefit also considered a true gift, as the only species known to grow unlimited hair through the years. certain cultural beliefs indicate hair is a gift that can raise energy, life, intuition and much more.

“When the hair on your head is allowed to attain its full, mature length, then phosphorous, calcium, and vitamin D are all produced, and enter the lymphatic fluid and eventually the spinal fluid through the two ducts on the top of the brain. This ionic change creates more efficient memory and leads to greater physical energy, improved stamina, and patience.” As explained by Yogi Bhajan.

Seems like our hair is some sort of Antennas. Like some kind of superpower , they help us communicate, heading into the Kundalini Hair care, certain places like India a Rishi is known as a wise one who coils his or her hair up on the crown of the head during the day to energize the brain cells. During the day your hair can absorb energy from the sun but in the evening it absorbs lunar energy. These facts can also be “measured” by Kirlian Photography . Its a method to captures a subtle field of electromagnetic energy that radiates on living beings.


Dying hair, blow drying, perming or basically over processing your hair can lead to split ends. Yogi Bhajan suggests instead of cutting your hair apply almond oil overnight so it absorbs and wash it the next morning.


Never put your wet hair up, in a ponytail avoid a headache. Your hair will tend to shrink and tighten and even break as it dries. An even better way to naturally dry your hair is in the sun. Getting your vitamin D, only shampoo once or twice in 2 or 3 days. Unless needed other wise. Next time your upset or go threw an bad emotional scene, wash your hair see how it can help the process.


Yogis often recommend using a wooden comb. Beneficially giving you better circulation and stimulating your scalp. The beauty of the wood is that it does static your hair with electricity , which causes loss of hair energy and connection to the brain.

Basically a person who has short hair wastes his body’s energy. A person who cuts his hair over and over forces the body to grow 22 meters of replacement hair. Someone who keeps his/her hair only produces 1.5 meters of hair over their lifetime. Humans allow their hair to grow, they are welcoming the maturity, the responsibility of being fully-grown, and fully powerful. Less depressed and more energetic. That is why you will find grace and calmness in these type of people. The creator has a definite more complex reason for giving you hair.




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