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Old 23-05-2018, 03:31 PM   #408
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Originally Posted by bamboozooka View Post
i read sungazing activates the pineal. now tips on how to do it without going blind.
How to Practice Sungazing

Sun-Gazing-Activacion-de-la-grandula-pinealSungazing (also known as sun-eating) is an ancient practice of gradually introducing sunlight into the eyes. It has become a popular practice, rediscovered through the work of people such as Hira Ratan Manek (HRM), a sun gazer who has spread the word with his talks around the world.

To practice it, you need to look at the rising or setting sun once per day, within the first hour after sunrise or before sunset, times on which the ultraviolet and infrared ray’s exposure is minimum, avoiding harm to the eyes and your body(6). This must be done standing on bare earth with bare feet and looking at the sun for only 10 seconds, while gradually increasing your practice by adding 10-second intervals each day. Following these rules makes the practice safe (7,8). Discontinue if you feel any discomfort and never practice this technique unless the sun is at it’s lowest angle with it’s the mildest intensity. The intention of this practice is an unfocused gaze toward the rising or setting sun. This is very different from ‘staring’ directly into the full sun, which would focus overly intense sunlight into the retina and cause acute damage to the eye.

After 9 months or 44 minutes, you should give up sungazing for the protection of the eye. The body will get discharged when stopping the practice, which has to be recharged. Walking on bare feet on bare earth for 45 minutes daily for a total of 6 days is recommended (8).

p.s. I finished the sungazing practice back in early 2014, it took me almost 3 full years to finish the practice but it was well worth it.
Ecclesiastes 11:7 "The light is sweet, and it is delightful for the eyes to see the sun"
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