Sun Gazing is the practice of staring at the Sun for nourishment or as a spiritual practice. It is a Native American tradition, but has also appeared in many cultures, dating back as far as the ancient Egyptians, the ancient Yogis, and even the early Aztecs, Incas, and possibly the Mayans. It is believed to be a method of healing, curing physical and mental illnesses. Sun Gazing gurus have even claimed that it can lead to supernatural powers and immortality, and people who Sun Gaze long enough can become inedian, which means that they will no longer need to eat food to survive. Research has found that when direct sunlight hits the eyes, it moves through the retinal hypothalamic tract and continues into the brain, stimulating the Pineal gland. The Pineal gland secretes melatonin and serotonin, two hormones that regulate sleeping and waking cycles and positive thinking (feelings of happiness, etc). Melatonin is also a potent antioxidant, which slows the effects of aging. The Pineal gland shrinks and calcifies as we age due to fluoride, toxins, and electromagnetic pollution. Sun Gazing has been shown to enlarge the size of this gland.
Proof of this lies in a man in his 70's from India named Hira Ratan Manek. He started Sun Gazing after his retirement in 1992. When his brain, Pineal gland, and retina were observed by a Science/Medical team led by Dr. Andrew B. Newberg, they found that the gray cells in Hira's brain were regenerating. The neurons in his brain were reported to be active instead of dying. His Pineal gland was also expanding instead of shrinking. Typically, the Pineal gland starts to shrink after the mid fifties; with the average size being about 6 x 6 mm. Hira's measured to be an astonishing 8 x 11 mm! Other Sun Gaz...
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...nd. Walking barefoot stimulates glands in your toes, while being strengthened by the heat of the earth and the sunlight shining down on your body, creating a magnetic field which helps recharge yourself while the sun is entering your body. Walk for 45 minutes each day, at least 6 days a week for a year, and you will have no need for food. After a year, you can stop barefoot walking; only needing a recharge from the sun every few days for a few minutes at a time. You can decide to continue to barefoot walk to help strengthen your immune system, as well as increase your memory and intelligence power. The more you keep doing this, the more activity will occur in your Pineal gland. For more on the Pineal gland, and what it is capable of, click here.
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