hey all -
i read about this in another thread. i found it under 2012 section (2012 conclusion), but that thread is pretty long and varied in topics. i wanted to breathe life back into this topic for all the newcomers though....
after reading about this i was trying it in the mornings, however the sunrise view is pretty scattered at my house and with gas at $3.20 i'm a little hindered to travel about... overall the experience was calming, but not what i had been "led to believe".
anyway, i had the opportunity while at a friends house last evening to give this a go for the sunset and i must say - wow!!! once my eyes got adjusted and focused i really felt a sort of "communication" and definitely felt the energy coming through as i stared into the setting sun. (for those new to this idea, it is a specific process when performed at correct times is "safe" - others can provide the links and share their experiences).
someone awhile back mentioned that they thought the sun was getting brighter - i would agree. to me it seems to have gone from a "yellow" sun to more of a "white" sun...
for those who haven't heard about this i would recommend looking into it. for me, this experience was raw and powerful - needless to say i can't wait to do it again! now only if i can get to a suitable viewing locale and follow the recommended "procedure"...
i've done it a few times as well, but usually only at sunset. the view from my kitchen window allows this and i usually do it while washing dishes. lol
i've not seen the sun white but more of a violet/purple "aura" that almost looks like a natural gas pilot light and flickers like a small candle flame. this only occurs when i let my vision go unfocused. i also see a small black dot on the sun sometimes. i don't know whether this is mercury or a sunspot.
i saw a presentation by a fella named hira manek here at the rogue valley metaphysical library in ashland oregon. he's done some serious sun-gazing in lieu of food for many monthes at a time. google him up. as well, to my understanding the molecular structure of hemoglobin and chlorophyl are only one bond different from each other. seems like not a very far stretch that we could adapt our systems with conscious intent to somehow gain much more from the sun than we do now.
when you see the black dots be somewhat cautious as it could be a symptom of overloading your eyes. i'm not saying it is in your case, but i would recommend some caution. better to be safe, no?
well i don't do it more than 10-15 seconds anyway a few times a month when it's not cloudy out (which is rare to see a clear sky), and our home was built in 1842 and made of mostly wood. i agree with you and it should be outside on ground. but when it's 0 celcius outside, that's not the ideal weather to be going out barefoot.
Originally Posted by ceara
omraam mikhaŰl a´vanhov (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/omraam_...a%c3%afvanhov), a famous sungazer told his students to sungaze from spring to fall and to skip winter unless there were days that were physically condusive to sungazing.
i skip harsh winters due to extreme coldness/chance of frostbit, but if the weather breaks then i sg. i prefer to take a vacation, if possible, to a sunny destination during the winter. it is good for getting the body some good vitamin d and full-spectrum light.
i would also like to bring to your attention the following article which interviews dr. john ott, the father of the full-spectrum light bulb.
pay attention to the part below as he talks about the effect of windows and other filtering devices on humans.
excerpt (from http://www.motherearthnews.com/diy/1...ohn-ott.aspx):
plowboy: do you feel that there could be a definite link between some chronic diseases and a lack of exposure to natural sunlight?
ott: yes; i'm referring here to what i call biological combustion. my studies have indicated that light is a nutrient, similar to all the other nutrients we take in through food, and that we need the fullspectrum range of natural daylight. this is a fact long since proven by science. in 1967, a paper presented by three russian scientists to the international committee on illumination said, "if human skin is not exposed to solar radiation (direct or scattered) for long periods of time, disturbances will occur in the physiological equilibrium of the human system. the result will be functional disorders of the nervous system and a vitamin-d deficiency, a weakening of the body's defenses, and an aggravation of chronic diseases.
that's the condition i now call malillumination, a lack of the necessary amount of sunlight, just as malnutrition is a lack of the proper nutrients in our diets. malillumination occurs when wavelengths are missing in various types of artificial light or are filtered from natural light passing through window glass, windshields, eyeglasses (particularly tinted contact lenses or sunglasses), smog, and even suntan lotions. those particular minerals and chemicals in the individual cells of our bodies that would normally be metabolized by the missing wavelengths remain in the equivalent of darkness.
plowboy: in other words, you can't extract the energy from food materials if you don't also get the proper wavelengths to help break them down chemically.
hope this helps.
question to charran (hi!):
since you have been doing it for three years, what kinds of changes/benefits have you noticed from the start to now? i have read that the sging benefits accrue up to 44 minutes of straight sging, after which the main light downloads will have already been accomplished. is that correct or misinfo?
as for me i have to walk to a nearby cemetary (of all places!) to catch the early-morning sunrise and i like to gaze at the sun at it starts to peek above the horizon, staring straight at it while it does its three-minute poke-past-the-horizon climb, plus whatever length of time that i can do afterwards (usually a few more minutes). i am sure that i can do 20 straight minutes at each sging eventually, including the first three minutes of partial sun as it starts its climb past the horizon.
when i look at the sun, i see all sort of prismatic colors and i also see the colorful mandalas, as well as the sacred geometries--all in motion coming right at me. indescribably beautiful. well worth the effort. i think that morning sunrise is better than the evening sunrise, but whatever sun you can get, the lowest-possible one to the horizon is best, imo.
i may be a clueless clown when it comes to the actual teachings about the loo, but i do know a great and helpful outlook when i see it, with 2012 just around the corner.
enjoy the day!!!
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