What is the spiritual meaning of the rats tail haircut?

What is the spiritual meaning of the rats tail haircut? For me it's that it is a reminder that the past is behind me and for spiritual protection.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    A thread died for your musings

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      The threadmaker is always right

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Better spiritual protection is not cutting your hair

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Thats what the ratstail is. A peice of hair you never cut. You can't do that with all your hair. 99% of people get normie haircuts to fit into society.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Better spiritual protection is not cutting your hair

            I cut hair because my hair is thick and gets unpractical and umcomfortable if I don't. I don't cut hair on top of the head. Sides and back only. Are there any difference to ratstail in metaphysical sense? I know back of the head is associated to moon in kabbalah but don't know what to make of it in the context.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous
          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Very interesting. Somehow this seems to reflect my strenghts and weaknesses to a degree.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            The little bit of protection a rattail affords one is rendered moot but the negative views of it from society. Fully no cutting has far more efficacy.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shikha_(hairstyle)

          The little bit of protection a rattail affords one is rendered moot but the negative views of it from society. Fully no cutting has far more efficacy.

          The power storing from not cutting hair is mystic, still on the material, temporary plane.
          The sikha is a spiritual act, transcendental to ideas of power in the hair.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ...a simpler time when the human machine only needed one USB port

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    This board is so terrible

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What are the spiritual implications of wanting to vomit when I see this ugly ass picture?

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    https://krishna.org/the-story-of-the-chastisement-of-bisakisen-by-srila-bhaktivinoda-thakura/
    >Thakura did not fail in his determination, for he knew that the Lord would protect him from the insignificant powers of the yogi. The Thakura’s wife, Srimati Bhagavati Devi, became very anxious for the safety of their children, and she pleaded with her husband to let Bisakisen go before he destroyed their whole family. “Yes, let us all die,” the Thakura replied, “but this rascal must be punished!”

    >The Thakura recalls in his autobiography: “All over Puri there were disturbances. At that time the Puri School had a fire, and all of the people suspected him. Also at this time Kadambini came down with fever. Bisakisen, by his practice of yoga, had by some means attained yogic powers, and I obtained a lot of evidences against him. For twenty-one days he did not eat or drink even a drop of water, but he did not show any weakness."

    >On the seventeenth day of the trial, Bisakisen stood up and screamed, “Did you see what great calamity occurred at your house the other day? Still you are not coming to your senses! When will you be able to recognize me as the Supreme Lord? The final day of my judgement will be your death! What is the punishment for one who disrespects an avatara? How Death sits on the seat of judgment and gives out his commands, I will see!”

    >When Thakura Bhaktivinoda returned home in the late afternoon of that day, he took off his court clothes, and all of a sudden he felt a sharp pain on the right side of his chest. The Thakura was unshaken in his determination, but it was unclear how he would be able to enter the court in such a condition to give his final judgment. In the morning the severe pain persisted. Finally by about 10 A.M. he felt a slight subsiding of the pain, and he was ready to write the judgement.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Bisakisen was being led away from the court, when suddenly the District Medical Officer, Doctor Walters, jumped on the rascal from behind and cut off his long hair with a large pair of scissors. The English officer had come to know from his studies of yoga that yogis often conserve their powers in their hair. As soon as the matted locks of Bisakisen were cut, he fell to the floor devoid of all power and unable to walk. The pain in the body of the Thakura vanished, and the yogi was removed from the courtroom on a stretcher. When his followers saw that ‘God’ had been overcome by having his hair removed, most of them deserted him. Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura recalls in his biography: “When his hair was cut, his followers said that he was a cheater and left him.”

      >The Thakura walked home peacefully. Bisakisen was held in Puri jail for three months and then transferred to the central jail in Medinipur. In 1873, while still in prison, he took poison and died. After the rise of Bisakisen, there were other so-called incarnations. In Yajpur a ‘Brahma’ took over Bisakisen’s former group and was similarly punished, and in Khandagiri, a ‘Balarama’ made his attempt but was also swiftly thwarted. Just as Durvasa Muni had attempted to punish the pure devotee Ambarisha Maharaja but was himself punished, a similar attempt was made on Thakura Bhaktivinoda, but by the grace of the Lord he was fully protected and victorious.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I have a rat tail but it's made of NECK HAIR. like ,literal neck hair not "head" hair.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Get thee behind me, Satan!

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