I am in Canary Wharf Shopping Centre and this message came to me like a transmission so I will share it with you…
Om keep you hair long and those who have made a mistake in cutting it grow it long again and never cut it again for those who will walk on the New Earth will have long hair giving them full spiritual strength and beauty.. This is my humble request and come from within me.

Long Hair

Long hair has long been a common element of many spiritual prophets such as Jesus, Moses, Guru Nanak, Krishna, Buddha, Shiva, or the story of Samson and Delilah from the Bible, when Samson lost his strength with the loss of his hair.

Hair is an extension of the nervous system and it emits energy from the brain into the outer environment. Its an information highway reaching the brain, so when hair is cut, receiving and sending transmissions to and from the environment is hampered.

Long Hair gives you Spiritual Strength and acts as an Athenia picking up transmissions like a receiver.
God had given you hair and it is for a reason. Those who cut their hairs actually loose some of their Spiritual Power and connection to Higher Dimensions.

All the great Spiritual Masters kept their hair long for they knew the importance of keeping their hair long.
Those who have cut their hairs will find their natural tracking system not functioning properly which means that they are not at the right place at the right time but like lost souls on Planet Earth.
Q: Why do Sikhs keep hair?

A: This question is frequently asked, “Why do you keep hair?” Hair is a gift from God, therefore why should anyone give it away by cutting it? Hair is one of the five articles of faith for Sikhs. Sikhs live the way God made humans and never cut their hair. For Sikhs hair is the symbol of love for God and the respect for everything He has given us. The way God made us is the most beautiful of all. To Christians, even the Bible says, “God loves us and cares so much about us that even all the hairs of our head has well counted” (Matt.10:30).One argument often discussed is that if you do not cut your hair, it keeps growing and will eventually reach the ground. Sikhs never cut their hair and it does not touch the ground, their eyebrows grow to a specific length, their mustaches grow to a specific length, and their beard stops at a specific length. Our body has a natural way of shedding and regenerating hair, thus after a period of time, hair seems to stay at a consistent length.

Once the hair reaches its specific length, it stops growing. If the hair is cut, the body responds by growing it again to the specific length. It clearly indicates the link of the body with the hair all along its length.

Millions of Sikhs do not cut their hair and their hair grows to a specific length depending on their individual characteristics. Sikhs have been keeping their hair unshorn for centuries and know this fact for real.

Sikhs are not to use razors or any other such devices on their bodies from the time of birth, for they do not cut their hair from any part of their bodies. In order to keep hair neat and clean, Sikhs roll the hair on the top of their head. The hair is then covered by different types of turbans.

From the scientific point of view, keeping hair is practical because hair has many functions. It traps an insulating layer of still air just outside the skin, and thereby keeping the head cool in summer and warm in winters. Furthermore, hair absorbs harmful ultra violet radiations from the sun and reduces skin cancer. In addition, hair follicles can make androgenic hormones. Axillary hair provides larger surface area for evaporation of sweat. Although Sikhs do not need scientific explanations to keep hair, it is important to note that scientific explanations do indeed exist.

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