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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 5:20 pm    Post subject: comments Reply with quote

by the way, if anyone is actually reading this... if you have any comments or questions, you can just post it here into this thread. thanks!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 6:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Philos.

Your blog has 282 visits so far, you're not talking to the void.

I am among those visitors, and I'd like to thank you, specially for the reference to Dr. Morse. I have looked at some videos of him on youtube, very interesting stuff.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 6:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

By the way, I am another "heavy drinker", so to speak. 3 or 4 quarts of liquids a day are the norm. My belly is like a water bed.

But I plan to stop drinking and make a serious attempt on nothingness begining at the Spring Equinox (next wednesday!). Somebody wants to join??
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Deshimaru wrote:

I am among those visitors, and I'd like to thank you, specially for the reference to Dr. Morse. I have looked at some videos of him on youtube, very interesting stuff.


i think dr. morse is one of the greatest healers on the planet at this time.

before reading his excellent book and watching his videos i never realized how important the lymphatic system is and what role it played in detox.

btw. here is his book:
http://www.amazon.com/Detox-Miracle-Sourcebook-Complete-Regeneration/dp/1935826190
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Deshimaru wrote:
By the way, I am another "heavy drinker", so to speak. 3 or 4 quarts of liquids a day are the norm. My belly is like a water bed.

But I plan to stop drinking and make a serious attempt on nothingness begining at the Spring Equinox (next wednesday!). Somebody wants to join??


i don't think i'm ready for dry fasting. i'm trying to master liquidarianism first. i tried dry fasting a few times and never lasted for more than a week.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:35 pm    Post subject: day 15 Reply with quote

food
16oz alkaline water
a couple persimmons, 4 apples
1 quart orange juice
16oz bottled fruit juice
1 quart green juice
6 tomatoes, 2 bananas

activities
40min walking
2x 5min contrast shower
10min dry brushing

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brought a couple cases of small persimmons, the last of the season
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:56 pm    Post subject: day 16 Reply with quote

food
16oz alkaline water
16oz green juice, 16oz orange juice
4 apples
6-7 persimmons
2 cups tomatoes, 1 quart orange juice

activities
1,5 hours walking
20min chi-machine
5min contrast shower
5min oil pulling

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did some oil pulling to pull dirty lymph and toxins into the mouth.
one takes a tablespoon of sunflower or sesame oil and swishes it around for 5-10 minutes and then spits it out.
i once did it consistently but forgot about it.
http://www.oilpulling.org
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I did oil pulling for some time too. I was surprised of how whitish and "bubbly" the oil became after only 5 minutes of swishing. I guess that's sewage coming out of the lymph system.

I think that at the end, health is all about hygyene. A clean body is a strong and healthy body. It's that simple.

Have you tried the so called Neti Sinus Wash? That's one of my favourites.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Deshimaru wrote:
I did oil pulling for some time too. I was surprised of how whitish and "bubbly" the oil became after only 5 minutes of swishing. I guess that's sewage coming out of the lymph system.

I think that at the end, health is all about hygyene. A clean body is a strong and healthy body. It's that simple.

Have you tried the so called Neti Sinus Wash? That's one of my favourites.


yes! it's very bizarre... the oil gets muddy and disgusting whereas before it was clear and translucent.

of course, it could just be saliva, enzymes, etc. but, i'm pretty sure the body recognizes the oil in the mouth and mobilizes fat soluble toxins through the thin membranes of the mouth and gums.

i also read a theory on curezone.com that when you swish around oil in your mouth, the body already begins dumping bile into the duodenum in anticipation of a fatty meal, which never comes of course.

if that's true it would be awesome! because that would mean you could flush your gallbladder by oil pulling and follow it up with a salt water flush to get rid of bile which is one of the major detox and retox pathways.

i noticed some gurgling and "secreting" sensations a few times when doing the oil pulling, so the gallbladder-dumping theory rings true for me.

thanks for reminding me of the the sinus wash. it's on my todo list!
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

here is an interview with a breatharian called "carlos antonios" that i found on my hard-drive.

thankfully i saved it, because it was pulled for unknown reasons after being published in the interview section on rawguru.com

this interview can not be found anywhere on the interwebs, except here Smile

i remember contacting him a few years back. i asked him if i can send him a few questions and he said yes.

after i sent my questions, i never heard back from him even though i offered to pay him for the time spent.

---

Interview with Carlos Antonios

1. What is a breatharian?
It is a person who does not need to ingest any kind of food, be it in
either solid or liquid state for physical sustenance since the body has re-
learnt to derive its sustenance from its natural surroundings. More on
that in the answers that follow...

2. How old are you? What is your height and weight?
I will turn 43 on June 12. I am 5'11' tall and weigh 148
stable pounds.

3. How did you become a breatharian?
I started the process of changing my body's metabolism on March 2003.
My diet in the beginning consisted of raw salads, fruits and fruit juices,
nuts, and the occasional pasta. In order to give my body the time
needed to adjust itself to the ever changing conditions, I very slowly and
gradually diminished the amount of food intake as well as the variety of
foods so that I could transition smoothly into becoming a liquidarian.
Again, by very slowly diluting my drinks I finally reached the physical
condition where the presence of any foreign substance in my body was
no longer required. Since September 2005 I have been living as a
breatharian.

4. Would you recommend becoming a breatharian to others?
What are the benefits?

I recommend the breatharian lifestyle to those who sincerely aspire to
live a very long, vital and healthy life, a clear mind and more acute
senses, to those who value that enough to pay the price that it takes by
walking the long path that leads to that end, and to those whose
reasons are legitimate and based upon a conscious choice.
It is great not to have to worry about making money to buy food, spend
the time to prepare it, wash the dishes and finally dump the waste
matter in the toilet, thereby giving out contribution to polute the
environment. What further benefits may follow on a physical and
mental level as a result of such a lifestyle I am not aware of, though I
have read all kinds of statements made by so-called spiritual
leaders...

5. Where do you get your nourishment ( minerals, vitamins, protein.. )
How are you still alive?

Good one Alex <smiles>. This is one of those crucial questions involving
breatharianism. When the physical body frees itself from the need to
obtain stimulus from food, its natural ability to obtain its nourishment
directly from natural sources is reactivated. It is common knowledge
that matter is nothing more than energy in a highly condensed state
and that our planet is constantly being bombarded by cosmic rays. Such
rays are picked up by our chromosomes and transformed into vital
electric currents and condensed into the various minerals and vitamins.
The cells of our body are sustained by these minerals and they
manufacture all their constituents from cosmic rays. It is worth
mentioning that, for some reason that escapes my understanding,
despite the presence of food in the body, it somehow retained the
ability to condense vitamin D from solar rays. Lastly, the nitrogen in the
air is transformed into protein in the body. The protein, like everything
else that is ingested, never becomes part of the body. Food is a vice, it
only provides the stimulus the body adjusted itself to, it does not
become part of the body's constitution and leaves it just as fast as it
entered, the only difference is that it leaves the body in the form of
putrid matter...

6. Do you crave or miss food?
I do not feel hunger since it is caused by the presence of toxins in the
body. Once in a while though I catch myself thinking how nice it would
feel to eat some cheese along with some chips... So I guess I should say
that I have not entirely eradicated from my cellular memory the old
pleasure of tasting, though it is much weaker now and easier to keep
under control. You should remember that this is a fairly recent process
that I went through and so I am still adapting myself both physically and
psychologically to the total absence of food, therefore the occasional
thoughts of an old habit that I kept for almost my entire life.

7. Do you exercise?
God, I really hoped you would ask me that one! <smiles> . Yes, I have
for many years been into fitness. I do enjoy both the pleasure of
exercising and, admittedly enough, the looks of an athletic body.
I go to the gym twice a week and I have very long weight-lifting
routines. It is worth mentioning here that I do not experience fatigue
and I could just go on and on. I jog once a week, and again, I can do that
for a long time. I am thinking to soon put myself to test and find out
where my limit is. In any case, I always make sure never to overdo my
exercises and expose my body to unnecessary strains of any kind.

8. Do you drink any water? If so, what kind?
About a glass of bottled water every day depending on how moist the air is,
I would assume. Distilled water is the best kind for the human body though.

9. Do you have any bowel movements? Do you get sick often?
I do not have any bowel movements and I cannot remember the last time I was sick.

10. Have you ever been checked out by a doctor?
I cannot remember the last time I went to a doctor, perhaps some time
in my childhood if ever. Since I now enjoy perfect health I do not see
why I should visit one.

11. Do you brush your teeth? Do you use any kind of soap or shampoo when showering?
I brush my teeth twice a day , I use regular toothpaste and organic body wash and hand soap.

12. Have you met any other breatharians?
I have never met any nor do I look for those, though I am sure that it
would be a unique opportunity to share thoughts and experiences with
a true breatharian and connect with someone who knows what it
entails to follow this path.

13. Do you save a lot of money by not eating?
Yes! Is that not just great?!

14. What do you think about raw diet (eating mainly raw and living fruits,
veggies, nuts and seeds)?

The less harmful food for the human body are raw nuts and fresh fruits,
specially the berries, melons and... the divine orange, queen of all fruits!
They contain the best and purest fluid distilled by natural processes.
Also, fruits and nuts are the foods in nature that contain in a minimum
amount calcarious earthly matter, which are present in the soil,
vegetables and table salt. The vegetarian has grown vain in his conceit
because he thinks that he has found dietetic perfection and that his diet
puts him ahead of the flesh eater. Records indicate, however, that the
average life-span of a vegetarian is not above that of the average
carnivorian. Frutarians are winners!

15. Any final words? Will you be writing in more detail about your experience
for others to learn more about breatharianism?

Alex, there is of course a wealth of information that is left unsaid in this
interview. I do not make plans to write a book but I have been playing
with the idea of putting together a personal website in order to expose
more thoroughly both the subject and my personal experience from a
scientific standpoint. I must stress that before embarking on this
adventure I did quite a lot of research from non-mainstream literary
sources, of course, on good nutrition and on how to live, and that
eventually led me to my final destination. I have had the chance to read
all kinds of disparities from people who claim to have attained certain
physical states that allow them to live completely without any food by
undergoing a few days' fasting, breatharians who claim to have been
assigned a spiritual mission among mankind with the help of angels ,
and so forth... For those of you who would like me to strongly
recommend a good book, one of those that shed so much light into my
life and set me on the right path to attain my goal is entitled "Man's
Higher Conscience" by Dr. Hilton Hotema. I sincerely hope that those
who are new to breatharianism and are on the quest for some
enlightenment on the subject will not be so unlucky as I was to come
across Jasmusheen's writings when I first set out to look for in-depth,
scientific and realistic information. Remember that the evolutionary and
adaptive processes taking place in Nature are slow and gradual. It is at
least naive to conceive that the habit of eating, so deeply rooted in our
cellular memory as well as in our emotional and mental dispositions can
be completely eradicated from our system in a matter of a few weeks or
months ( and most certainly not in 21 days... ), save the possible rare
exceptions out there..
Is it possible for any one to become a breatharian? Absolutely yes! Is it
easy to get there? Absolutely not! It does require a significant amount
of discipline, determination, patience and time! All allied with a strong
belief that food is an illusion and one of mankind's oldest vices. And do
not forget some self-lenience now and then...
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:48 pm    Post subject: day 17 Reply with quote

food
16oz alkaline water ph 9.5
1 quart orange-berry juice
1 quart orange/grapefruit juice
16oz green juice

activities
salt water flush
40min walking
20min chi-machine
5min contrast shower
5min oil pulling
30min meditation

comment
my weight this monday: 175lbs. (79.3kg)
i made some photos for the orange-berry juice recipe. see below.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

orange-berry juice recipe (one of the tastiest drinks ever)

here's what you need: oranges, 1x lemon, 1x lime, 2x kiwis, 2x sweet apples, 1x passionfruit, 2x cups berries



juice the oranges, lemon and lime



throw the juice into the blender with the cored apples, passionfruit and berries.
blend on highest level for 45 sec.



important step: strain blended mixture through nut milk bag



the finished product: 1 quart of glorious juice!



here is all the skins, seeds and fibers we got rid of through the straining process.
we don't want that s### roughing up our intestines.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:01 pm    Post subject: day 18 Reply with quote

food
16oz alkaline water ph 9.5
1 quart kombucha
1,5 quarts juice with orange, grapefruit, lemon, lime
1 quart of bottled juice after the hike
1 apple, handful of dates

activities
salt water flush
2hrs. walking

comment
interesting articles:
http://www.goodmanlivingwell.com/contents.htm
i especially like "stop eating: fasting and elimination more important"
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:10 pm    Post subject: day 19 Reply with quote

food
16oz alkaline water ph 9.5
16oz. kombucha
4oz of kale chips, half an avocado, 8x tomatoes, 1x artisanal hemp beer
16oz. kombucha
10oz. coconut water
some lettuce leaves, half an avocado

activities
5min contrast shower
40min walking

comment
i tried this hemp beer that is made from mountain spring water from where i live.
it was quite tasty and refreshing, but i didn't like the aftertaste. i still finished the bottle... Smile
felt somewhat of a buzz afterwards. not surprising, considering it's like 6% alcohol or something.
by the way, this diary is going to be 100% honest. everything that is eaten is going to be journaled.
thanks to the grace of god (or the universe/higher self) i'm quite stable nowadays and mess-ups are rather infrequent, although i don't want to tempt fate... Wink
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 22, 2013 10:11 am    Post subject: day 20 Reply with quote

food
16oz alkaline water
16oz bottled organic grape juice
16oz bottled organic grape juice
8x tomatoes
6x bananas
16oz bottled organic grape juice
8oz green juice
handful of dried pineapple

activities
40min walking

comment
i had a substantially more coated tongue this morning.
that's from the kale chips and the beer i had yesterday.
i have been scraping my tongue, with a tongue scraper, twice a day for over 10 years.
it's a great tool for oral health and to get an insight how clean the digestive system is.
the coating on the tongue reflects how clean the entire digestive canal is.
more toxins in the intestines equals more coating on the tongue.
during a fast for example, the body dumps a lot of toxins into the entire digestive system from mouth to rectum, so the tongue is usually very coated.
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