The ancient civilizations hold many mysteries and extraordinary techniques hidden from plain sight. And it would be no wonder to assume that not everything is as we have been told by our education and other mainstream sources.
What if somebody told you that learning from the ancient people, you could attain super human abilities that you have never thought to be possible? For instance, imagine feeling no hunger or need for food, or being able to achieve extraordinary telepathic abilities.
Sun-worshipping cultures like the Egyptian, Mayan, Aztec, as well as the Tibetan and Indian yogis, have found the key to attaining such abilities and they offer this ancient technique to anyone eager to delve into their endless possibilities.
Just as Nikola Tesla once said, life is bound to develop into a form of existence which doesn’t require nourishment and is not shackled by consequent limitations. He believed that the living beings should be able to obtain all the energy needed for the environment, instead of through the consumption of food.
Whether he knew what he was talking about exactly or not, this ability is possible through an ancient transformational technique called sun-gazing.
What is sun-gazing?
The practice of sun-gazing involves a gradual introduction of sunlight into the eyes at its lowest ultraviolet index times of the day – sunrise and sunset. It is a strict practice with rules which need to be followed to the tiniest detail.
Once the proper period is completed, sun-gazing practitioners have reported that their need for food had been completely eliminated and that the results are much more rewarding than just that.
It is also called the HRM phenomenon, named after Hira Ratan Manek, a famous sun-gazer who willingly submitted himself to be tested by teams of scientists and researchers. Funded by NASA, the research lasted for 100 days, where he was observed 24/7.
The research concluded that Hira indeed lacked the need for food and that his brain showed extraordinary abilities which had not been observed in any other human being. One of the amazing discoveries was that his brain had the ability to sustain the life of the nerve cells indefinitely.
There are several rules to the practice which need to be followed closely.
First, sun-gazing must be done within the hour after sunrise or before sunset to avoid the damaging UV exposure.
Second, during sun-gazing, you must be barefoot, in contact with the earth (sand, dirt, grass, mud).
Finally, you need to begin with only 10 seconds the first day, increasing the length of sun-gazing by 10 seconds for each consecutive day.
This process needs to be kept on for 9 months, equaling to 44 minutes of sun-gazing on the last day.
After the 90-month period, you need to cease sun-gazing and start walking barefoot 45 minutes a day for 6 days.
The final step is to maintain the accumulated energy by walking barefoot for at least 3-4 days a week, 45-60 minutes each day.
What happens to the body during sun-gazing?
The sun’s energy is a pure, free and abundant energy. This means that it will inevitably affect your body and mind in several ways throughout the sun-gazing process.
In the first 3 months of sun-gazing, it has been reported that the sun’s energy will start moving through the eyes and charging the retinohypothalamic tract. The retinohypothalamic tract is the pathway that travels from the retina to the hypothalamus.
The brain then gradually becomes activated by the solar energy supply. In this period, sun-gazers have reported the first psychological experience of relief of mental tension and worry.
During the sun-gazing period, people have also reported a reduced need for food, which gradually increased with each consecutive day. Although it is said that hunger eventually ceases, it is advised to continue consuming food until the appetite disappears naturally. This is when the body switches its supply source from the energy created by food to that of the sun.
Another benefit early on that has been reported is an increase in confidence and a greater problem-solving ability. It is also said that attitudes caused by lingering psychosis go away, and the old persona full of fears is gracefully replaced by a positive nature.
After 3-6 months of sun-gazing, physical diseases have been reported to start disappearing. By the time sun-gazing has reached 30 minutes per day, it is said that all the colors of the spectrum will have reached the brain.
Color therapists attribute the gradual ceasing of physical ailments to the properties of the colors which reach the brain. All the organs and systems of the body are said to react to different colors of the spectrum. For example, in liver disease, color therapists recommend exposure to the color green for healing; red for kidneys; yellow for the heart.
After 6 months of sun-gazing, the energy stored from the practice is said to be no longer used for the reparation of the body and the mind, and can now move to supporting you in gaining more superhuman abilities.
By the time you reach 7,5 months of sun-gazing, the need for food should be dwindling. At the 9 months checkpoint, people who have made it this far have reported a noticeable change in the way they felt. Hunger pains and cravings disappear altogether, and the sun-gazer feels ‘charged-up’ solely by the solar energy.
After this period, you are supposed to walk barefoot for 45 minutes a day. During this period of walking, each of the nerve endings on the feet starts stimulating the different organs and glands connected to them.
This is when the pineal gland is said to become activated fully. The pineal gland has been reported to be connected to the locked psychic abilities. Its activation brings the gifts of telepathy, higher spiritual awareness, an increase in intellect and much more.
Beware the dangers
Sun-gazing comes at the risk of damaging your eyes due to the ultra-violet radiation. However, the UV radiation is 0 within the first hour of sunrise and the last hour before sunset. Those who have been practicing sun-gazing correctly have had their eyes checked and the results show no damage whatsoever.
It is advised to check your eyes within the first few weeks of your practice, just to be on the safe side.
Also, forcing yourself to unnecessary hunger and thirst is not recommended at all. In the end, the experience is beneficial even without the goal of eliminating all food for good. You will see how it affects you and you can adjust your habits to how your body responds.
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