Hair symbolizes freedom and power, that is why the soldiers have their hair cut, a sign that they have been deprived of their own freedom and power and that they have been under another authority; nuns and monks also, when they cut their hair, it is a sign that they have voluntarily submitted to a higher power and that they have renounced their individuality.
Hair, the hair system in general, in all animal species and in human beings, also fundamentally has a protective function.
They protect the body from both physical and thermal shocks.
Losing it is an indication that the person is shedding her protection.
It also symbolizes vitality (Samson and Delilah), physical strength and virility in man.
The more vitality a person has, the more abundant his hair is and the faster it grows.
In the same way, it is an element of seduction and power of attraction in women.
There is also a close relationship between fear and hair.
In general, hair represents the image that I have of myself, the strength, the courage, the confidence that I have in myself and in my abilities.
Any hair problem represents that I cannot (for whatever reason) be “myself”.
It is a conflict of separation plus devaluation.
If I have hair problems it means that something has happened or happens in my life that makes me lose faith in myself, in life, in the Universe and in the future.
What situations make me feel unworthy and at the same time separated from something I want or someone I love?
Pulling out hair or eating it: It is almost always linked to authority.
It warns me of a conflict of separation linked to another conflict of loss of territory that occurred simultaneously or very close in time.
These experiences made me feel defeated, weak, and robbed me of my strength, my confidence, my security and I believed that
I could not get out of them alone, overcome them alone and I thought that I would never again feel protected, to be happy, to smile, to trust.
“I feel like hitting someone but I’m not able to”, “I don’t feel strong enough to protect myself”, “I feel unable to get rid of that person who assaults me”
In order to find these conflicts and to be able to express and overcome them, I have to search six months before I started pulling my hair out or eating it.
If none of this has happened to me, I have to look at the Sense Project or analyze my genealogical tree in search of an ancestor with whom I have an affinity who has lived them.
Psoriasis on the scalp: Double separation conflict for which I feel unprotected. It has to do with the ideas I have, with my way of thinking or with my convictions.
Brittle hair: indicates that our deep internal references are not solid.
I need to be more in touch with the universe, with the essential, with the spiritual.
It affects people who surrender to the needs of others, in such a way that they move away from what is truly important: themselves.
It could be said that, in general, they are people who have been very believers and suddenly due to routine worldly commitments, work, etc., they realize that they have forgotten or separated from their spirituality and they break down.
Brittle hair is common in individuals who put their faith, their strength, and their trust in the divine and when faced with an event in life they discover that this divine part did not help them, it did not save them and they are disappointed by it.
It’s not fair, I trusted the Universe and it has failed me! Why has God allowed this to happen to me?
Dry hair: The absence of vitality in the hair is synonymous with a lack of life, joy, illusion.
It is a feeling of feeling destroyed, without desire or strength to continue forward or face the new situations that arise in life.
He expresses that I feel devalued by someone with whom I live daily (mother, father, boss, coach, co-worker, etc.)
He constantly makes me smaller and makes me feel that I can’t think for myself, that I can’t do things by myself, that I cannot be independent.
This devaluation is drying my hair, my strength, my joy, my confidence.
“Trust me, if you don’t do things as I tell you, as I teach you, they won’t work out for you, but I love you”
Are you going by yourself? Are you sure you know how to go? Well, okay, I’ll accompany you!
This symptom affects dependent individuals who always seek recognition from others and for this reason unconsciously attract people who devalue them, so that they learn to value themselves and fend for themselves.
Oily hair: If I have excessively oily hair, it indicates that someone in my life has taken away my strength, my energy and I try to escape (fat) from their manipulation.
As the biological meaning of grease is protection, it expresses to me that I protect myself and I keep my power safe from those who want to take it from me.
My strength slips, something or someone causes me to lose the strength that I have felt: “I do not receive from the world the necessary information to be strong.”
I feel that I do not have the necessary knowledge and the grease protects me from the comments, from the opinion of others.
“I lack knowledge, I feel stupid”, “Nobody tells me what I need to know”
If my hair is oily and it is also falling out, it means that I feel the emotional need to recover my skills, my knowledge, my gifts, my abilities because I am losing them.
Curly hair: metaphorically represents change, freedom, the enjoyment of life.
A leonine mane cannot and does not want to be combed; it is enough to shake it.
In short, hair is a projection of the individual, his roots, his ideas and his personality.
It is the carrier of our memories and therefore reflects or manifests our deepest beliefs and our connection with cosmic energy.
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