Long or short, curly or straight, thick or fine. Love it or hate it, your hair is an important personal feature. We spend a great deal of time and money caring for our lovely locks, but hair is so much more than just a fashion statement. Hair has its own unique spiritual power and energy.

Hair, Religion and Culture

Hair, religion and culture often go together. Consider the men of the Orthodox Jewish faith (Hasidic Judaism) who wear their hair with the traditional side curls or Payots. This is done in adherence to the writings of the Torah, but wearing payots also reminds followers that there are two parts of the brain—the front part for spiritual thought and the back brain for bodily functions.

The hair covers the crown chakra—our connection to Spirit or the Higher Self. It can serve as a reminder of our connection with the Divine.

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Hair is the physical manifestation of our thoughts and an extension of ourselves.

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This information about hair has been hidden from the public since the Viet Nam War .

Our culture leads people to believe that hair style is a matter of personal preference, that hair style is a matter of fashion and/or convenience, and that how people wear their hair is simply a cosmetic issue. Back in the Vietnam war however, an entirely different picture emerged, one that has been carefully covered up and hidden from public view.

Hair down - spiritual effect of women leaving their hair loose


1. Die spirituelle Wirkung der offenen Haare auf Frauen – Einleitung

Haar-Shampoo-Werbung sowie Mode-Magazine und Klatsch-Zeitschriften, verbreiten auf der ganzen Welt den bezaubernden Anblick von Frauen, die ihr Haar genüßlich vor der Kamera schwingen. Diese Art des Marketings hat Frauen in der Auffassung bestärkt, sie würden bezaubernd aussehen, wenn sie ihr Haar offen tragen. Heutzutage ist es weltweit üblich, dass Frauen ihr Haar offen tragen, besonders wenn sie am Abend ausgehen und sich von der besten Seite zeigen wollen.

Touching a nerve

Date:January 11, 2012

120111103354 1 540x360Neuroscientists at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have discovered how the sense of touch is wired in the skin and nervous system. The new findings, published Dec. 22 in Cell, open new doors for understanding how the brain collects and processes information from hairy skin.

"You can deflect a single hair on your arm and feel it, but how can you tell the difference between a raindrop, a light breeze or a poke of a stick?" says David Ginty, Ph.D., professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins. "Touch is not yes or no; it's very rich, and now we're starting to understand how all those inputs are processed."

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