There are many beliefs that do not recognize any ornaments in the neck. For example, the Vedas believe that this is how a person begins to feel himself as an "animal in a yoke", ceases to strive for the spiritual, paying too much attention to the earth.
Eastern teachings, recalling the karma and bioenergetics of the body, also do not really like ties. Their approach is explained simply: in the neck is the laryngeal (throat) chakra, which can not perform its functions when squeezed. A person who voluntarily puts on a tie hides his creative essence, ceases to form his own point of view about life, agrees with the one inspired from the outside.
The most interesting thing is that at the moment it is not known for certain the origin of this accessory. Historians put forward theories depending on their knowledge. At the same time, there is still no consensus on what caused the appearance of a tie. I suggest you decide for yourself which historical direction makes more sense:
- If you believe Wikipedia (http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%E0%EB%F1%F2%F3%EA), then the tie came to us from ancient Egypt as a symbol of social status its owner. A piece of cloth of regular geometric shape was tied around the neck, hinting to everyone around him that one should be courteous and polite with its owner. In the future, Wikipedia mentions 1635, when the French king ordered to bring the accessories of the Croatian army to the court that pleased him. From this came the word cravate (fr. - tie), like the self-name of the Croats. Until now, many historians are inclined to think that it is the first half of the 17th century that the fashion for ties is born.
- According to other sources, the scarf appeared in Roman legionnaires. But he was not the privilege of aristocrats or nobles! It was an important neck rubbing accessory shell plates. The armor at that time was very bulky, they were put on over a woolen shirt and the neck was practically the most unprotected place. This fact is immortalized on the triumphal column of Emperor Trajan, whose legionaries are depicted there. So 113 AD is an earlier mention than the war of the Croats in 1635 AD However, adherents of this theory do not refuse the first: Roman traditions easily migrated to the Romanians, and those shared with the Croats ...
- Few people mention that in 1974, Chinese farmers discovered several terracotta statues of soldiers while digging a well. Archaeologists, after processing the surface of the find, compared the facts and reported that the statues of the soldiers were guarding the burial of the first known emperor Qin Shi Huang (259-210 BC) in China. Accordingly, the scarves around the necks of these figures clearly hinted at the older history of neckties. But the meaning of his wearing remained unsolved.
- But the above-mentioned theories are not unique in their own way. There is another source claiming a completely different purpose of a tie. In ancient times, when, for the slightest leprosy, people could hang out on the gallows, there was a custom to pardon those who, by some miracle, escaped death. Sometimes the rope unexpectedly broke off in the process of hanging, and the lucky one was set free. A piece of rope around his neck testified to the rare luck of a person. And he tried not to take off this accessory, so that others could make sure that Fortune was somewhere nearby. As a rule, things were arguing and customers eagerly went to the owner of the “rope loop”. And then others, wishing to attract luck, began to wear a similar accessory. Through time, he transformed into a tie. The only thing BUT! If a person was weak in spirit, then Fortune very quickly turned away and the whole life went downhill.
At this point in time, a tie is important component of business life. It can be said that he again symbolizes not the soldiers, but representatives of the "aristocracy". But here's the catch: some people quite successfully climb the career ladder, putting a tie around their necks about and for no reason, and others becoming weak-willed “horses” who obey more powerful personalities in many areas of their lives.
If something in your life does not go well, your creative imagination has dried up (although it was recently at a height), then try to refuse to wear a tie. And learn to sing! After all, a well-set voice will gradually return inner freedom and a flight of thoughts. Only very strong people can wear a tie, and even with the temporary restriction of the Guttural Chakra, they have powerful energy and their own vision of the world. They succeed where the majority passes.
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