“Your hair is not there by mistake. It has a precise purpose, which saints will discover and other men will laugh at.” – Yogi Bhajan
In ancient days and even till a few decades ago, people from different cultures did not use to regularly cut their hair. However, their hair was cut forcefully, as a symbol of slavery, during the time they were enslaved or conquered.
Hairs Are Our Energetic Antennas
Hair is, just like skin, the extension of our nervous system.
Hairs are our natural energetic antennas, to pick up energetic vibrations around us and sense them well ahead and transmit large amounts of important information to the limbic system and the neocortex.
Yogis, spiritual masters, indigenous shamans and people always knew about the function and purpose of hair and never cut it.
“When the hair on your head is allowed to attain its full, mature length, calcium, then phosphorous, 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 improved stamina, greater physical energy, and patience.” – Yogi Bhajan
Buddhist monks are an exception amongst all the wise and enlightened, as they were traditionally shaving their heads. It is said that they wanted to cut off the connection to come into complete spiritual balance on their own first, before letting it regrow to re-establish the channel to spirituality.
Spiritual Meaning Of Hair Loss
Hair loss occurs as a result of tension, fear, and mistrust in the process of life, as well as a need to control every aspect of their lives.
Moreover, hair loss may coincide with sudden changes in self-image or traumatic experiences that challenge one’s previous self-statement.
On a physical level, a cause can be an excess of testosterone. It is medically proven as a contributing factor. Additionally, women with overly high testosterone levels usually experience symptoms such menstrual irregularities, acne, fertility issues, polycystic ovary syndrome, and even sexual dysfunction.
The metaphysical way to balance this out relates to focusing more on feelings and embrace the more female way of going through life.
”I think positively to send good energy to my head and scalp.”
”I am safe. I trust life. I love and approve of myself.”
”I have a full scalp of hair, full, strong, healthy, equally spread, thick, and beautiful, all increasingly, eternally.”
”My hair is strong and healthy.”
”My hair cells are producing my natural hair color.”
”My hair is returning naturally.”
Autoimmune disease – a condition in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the healthy tissues, in this case, its own hair follicles – it attacks them and makes the hair fall out.
Hereditary hair loss – this condition is known as androgenetic alopecia and is probably the most common cause of hair loss.
Scalp infections – infections, like – ringworm (a fungal infection of the skin), can invade the hair and skin of the scalp, ultimately, leading to hair loss and scaly patches. However, once infections are treated, hair typically grows back.
Too many vitamin A supplements – according to the American Academy of Dermatology, they can trigger hair loss.
Fad diets – they usually promise quick weight loss, however, most do not work and can be quite dangerous for your overall health. For instance, if you lose twenty pounds very quickly, you may lose a considerable amount of hair within months.
Drugs – like – warfarin (a medication which is used as a blood thinner), allopurinol (a drug used to decrease high blood uric acid levels), or chemotherapeutic drugs.
Smoking tobacco or second-hand smoking – there have been a few studies which concluded that there strong association between smoking tobacco and the rate at which men lose their hair.