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23. METHODS - sungazing

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 10, 2005 9:13 pm    Post subject: 23. METHODS - sungazing Reply with quote

SUNGAZING

This method mainly consists of gazing at the Sun and walking barefoot on the ground - it has been known and practiced for thousands of years, mainly in India. They say that this practice will heal the body and mind. After much practice, sungazing keeps a person in a state of perfect health, good mood and high level of life energy. The healing factors are the energies of the Sun and Earth.

The freedom from eating appears later. It is one of the side effects (happens to almost all sungazing adepts, even those who don't believe it) of the high energy level being felt by the person. Noticeable decrease of the appetite appears usually after about seven months, but it can happen after only three months of constant practice or after nine months.

One of the first persons who made this method known again in the present times is Hira Ratan Manek from India. In his web site (www.solarhealing.com), Hira describes in details the procedure. There is also a discussion forum about sungazing.

Here is a short description of the Hira Ratan Manek (HRM) sungazing method. Every morning at sunrise, or every evening at sunset, you would gaze at the Sun?s center. Stand barefoot on the ground during the gazing. The first day, start with maximum 10 seconds. Each following day, gaze 10 seconds longer. In this way, if you gaze at the Sun every day, you will reach 5 minutes after the first month and 44 minutes within 9 months. This is the allowed maximum, in other words, don't gaze longer.

The second important activity with his method is walking barefoot on the ground, for at least 45 minutes a day, every day, even if you don't gaze at the Sun. When walking, don't look at the Sun.

Altogether, if you gaze at the Sun every day, the whole process takes about 1 year and 9 months to accomplish. Later you don't need to gaze at the Sun every day (it is even not recommended). You can do it to keep a sufficient level of energy, from time to time. How long and how often, depends on the individual person, the climate he/she lives in and the life style that is conducted. Barefoot walking is still recommended, every day.

When you live in a place where the sunrise and the sunset can't be seen every day, the whole process may take longer. If you didn't gaze at the Sun for a few days, don't extend the time at the next gazing. If you have had too long of a break (say, a few weeks), shorten the next gazing time.
It is very important (in order to protect the eyes) to finish the gazing not later than one hour from sunrise, or start the gazing not earlier than one hour before the sunset. It also means that one should not gaze at the Sun during the day, especially not in the midday.

I hope, that the following warning is self explaining: Forcing the eyes to gaze at the Sun at any other time, except sunrise or sunset, can cause damage to the retina of the eye! Too long a period of gazing, without preceding gradually increasing adaptation, overexposure may burn this delicate part of the eye. Because of the burns, if at all the person is able to see, everything may look like an image with holes or spots. Such damage of the retina is officially considered incurable.

Another person, who promotes information about the beneficial influence of sungazing, is yogi Sunyogi Umasankar (http://anandacrafts.org/sunyoga), who ?has discovered a method of absorbing energy directly from the Sun, removing the need to eat, drink or sleep?. Thanks to these abilities, Umasankar-ji walked 62000 km in India, without money, teaching people his method.

According to his teaching, the first sungazing is started at the moment of sunrise or sunset. First it should be done for a short time, later the time of gazing is extended gradually. If gazing directly at the Sun dazzles the eyes, one can look a little above it. It is very important to do the practice regularly.

By the way, here is some information regarding one of the biggest mistakes made by people ? the use of sunglasses. There are situations when protecting the eyes with dark glasses is recommended because the eyes are dazzled by too much light. Such situations include, among others, electric welding, walking on snow in a mountains when the Sun is shining, or on the beach, long driving against the Sun (if you haven't exercised sungazing).

Using sunglasses during sunny days usually increases the deficit of ?life energy? in human. The falling of the sun rays into the (unprotected) eyes is an essential part of natural processes required for proper operation of the human psyche and body. This mainly relates to the function of the skin, pineal and pituitary glands. Many so-called ?chronic diseases? disappear when the ill person gives up using sunglasses and allows the sun?s rays to fall on his/her skin.

It is worth to remember that the Sun is the father that gives life to all the planets in this solar system. How does a child feel and develop if the contact with his/her parent is being limited?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 9:15 am    Post subject: examples Reply with quote

Switch the English subtitles on to read the translation:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hdq6VdvdZ7s

A few minutes before Sun appears:
http://servilo.website.pl/fotoj/2011/201104/P1080121.JPG

Nature at the sunrise:
http://servilo.website.pl/fotoj/2011/201104/P1080128.JPG
http://servilo.website.pl/fotoj/2011/201104/P1080145.JPG

Me enjoying sungazing:
http://servilo.website.pl/fotoj/2011/201104/P1080141.JPG

Sun and the horizon reflects in my eyes:
http://servilo.website.pl/fotoj/2011/201104/P1080132.JPG
http://servilo.website.pl/fotoj/2011/201104/P1080136.JPG
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