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Posted by BlueBeard (other posts) on March 15, 2019 at 09:41:20 Previous Next

In Reply to: The experiment of letting hair down for two months. posted by WG on March 14, 2019 at 19:08:05:

: I've had pretty long hair now for about five years. But for the most part, I tied it back in a ponytail. I decided for 2 months straight I'm not allowed to use any hair ties. first thing I noticed is that it began to change my physiology, and my life in subtle ways.

: For starters, I begin to have these kind of symptoms.

: * Random anger
: * forgetfullness
: * lack of motivation
: * mental fog... etc..

: I just pushed through and continue. It's been about two months, today I tied my hair back for the first time. All of those symptoms immediately went away. Only slightly lingering. I've always known that there is some kind of spiritual connection to hair and our aura, and how we function in society.

: This is had me questioning the role of having hair down for men in the first place. I've been thinking, are we even supposed to have hair down, or is it supposed to be tied back for mental clarity. If anyone concurs with this experience let me know.

I've had long hair most of my 46 years of life and back in January decided to start over because my hair was so damaged and bald spots needed care (receding hairlines can come back). Most of those years my hair was tied back in a ponytail, though I wore it down for about a year before cutting it. I also wore it down all the time in high school and college and was at the top of my class. Now, sadly, I don't have the length for a ponytail. I'm an engineer and never noticed any mental fog or any of those other things that you suffer from as a result of wearing your hair different.


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