by Siri Singh Sahib Yogi Bhajan
Each layer you put around your head, you totally wind in your own consciousness, your own commitment, and your own identity. A person just gives you one glance and with that one glance the person knows that you are something which he has to deal with.
Tying a turban and having hair on your head does not make you a Sikh. A turban crowns you with your own capacity to understand. You are deathless in the face of a direct confrontation with death.
Wearing a head covering enables you to command your sixth center, the Agia Chakra. Covering the head stabilizes the cerebral matter and the 26 parts of the brain, which are interlocked with the neurological system and electromagnetic field. Covering the head creates a focus of the functional circuit of the hemispheres of the brain, and tunes the neurological system. The whole head is to be covered, not just the crown chakra. The benefit of wearing a turban is that when you wrap the 5 to 7 layers of cloth, you cover the temples, which prevents any variance or movement in the different parts of the skull. A turban automatically gives you a cranial self-adjustment. You can pay for a cranial adjustment, or you can tie a turban for free!
- From Prosperity Paths Issue: April, 1998
- Man with the red Turban
- France Turban issue
- Turban Case - Hope Raised
- Turban Spiritually
- Turban Historically
- Turban Physiologically
- National Protest by UK Sikhs
- Legal Case Victory in the UK
- First High court judge to wear turban
- UK Legislation connected with turban