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04 Sun-gazing blog 8

Well, we are back again. Sun-gazing just fascinates me every week I learn more and more about it. I honestly would love to try it personally, I just do not have enough time. This blog is going to be more along the lines of HRM which is the man from India. His full name is Hira Ratan Manek. He is a living legend in the sun-gazing world. Everyone that sun-gazes should know who he is. He is the one that kind of made it popular. I was on YouTube one day just messing around, and came across his video, it intrigued me because I had never heard of it until him. I think that, that is most people find out about it, but I could most definitely be wrong. Hira found that sun-gazing was an old old method of getting nutrients. The Greeks, Native Americans, and Egyptians were also sun-gazers. He was not always a sun-gazer. He came into the practice in 1992 after his retirement. Once he retired he began to look into the art of sun-gazing. Sun-gazing was not around much in the time he began to sun-gaze. It was old and forgotten. He studied and researched it for years before actually re-discovering it. Which is crazy, most people do not think to research and study something but for a couple hours before they decide to dive in or not. To this day he continues to live only off sun energy and water. How crazy is that. It blows my mind. The sun is such a awesome thing. He has been studied by numerous University’s and NASA. Which is so amazing. He is an amazing man, with a love and commitment to sun-gazing.

04 Sun-gazing Post 5

Some people think that sun-gazing is fake, it doesn’t work etc. For those people, it is understandable, but there is studies out that proves sun-gazing works. It is considered an art form. I personally would love to start sun-gazing, but just simply do not have the time to take it on right now. If you plan to sun-gaze you definitely need to be able to commit and devote time as needed for it, or you will not get the results desired. If you look up on youtube Hira Ratan Manek, it will come up some videos of him explaining sun-gazing. I will attach a link under this blog to one of the videos. He is the man that went without eating for eight years. He is kind of a legend in the sun-gazing world. Honestly, I have read articles and blogs about people doing it, but so far his results are the most astounding. There are long videos on him, but the short ones are just as good and gets the point across. Sun-gazing is becoming more popular the more people learn about it. It is very popular in India and other parts of the world. Sun-gazing is now NASA confirmed, in my previous blog I talked about how he (being Hira) submitted his findings and research to NASA for further studying has been proven. That is a big step in the sun-gazing world. Now people that tend to not believe that it works has proof.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KpmyDeVFT0s

This is the link to the youtube video.

Thanks for reading!

04 Sun gazing Part 3

Sun gazing usually takes place in the morning or evening. You should be barefoot and in the dirt. Hira Ratan Manek is the man in the western world that made sun gazing “cool”. He stands by his research and findngs. It is so interesting. He swears he has gone 8 years without eating because he gets all his nutrients from the sun while he sun gazes. It originated in India as early as 1995. The studies included people fasting and sun gazing. The first one lasted 211 days. The second one lasted 411. That is so crazy. That is over a year without eating. It is so cool that the sun can give you the nutrients you need and your body does not need food. The third study took place in the US. In philly. It only lasted 130 days, but that is still so cool. Sun gazing is different for everyone. Their bodies are different so therefore different results. To reach the 44 minutes mentioned in the blog before this one it will take you 9-10 months. It is very stressed that you stay within the time limit because it can be extremely damaging to your eyes if you do not. Sunrise and sunset only. The hour when it comes up and the hour when it goes down.