SUNGAZING – People Are Capable Of Super Human Abilities Using This Ancient Technique – by Educate Inspire Change – 8-9-18


by Educate Inspire Change

Sungazing is a simple practice which is as the name suggests: gazing at the sun. At sunrise or sunset, when the sun is closest to our planet, sungazers stand on the ground and look at the sun for about ten seconds. Ten seconds are added every day, and some people reach a duration of 44 minutes.

Ancient Egyptians, Tibetans, Indians, Aztecs, and Mayans understood the strong link between the sun and health and argued that that this practice benefited them by healing common diseases, eliminating the need to eat, and even making telepathy possible. While this idea seems far-fetched, there is scientific evidence which suggests that sun gazing basically provides human beings with super-human abilities!

As a matter of fact, even Nikola Tesla suggested that such abilities are possible: “My idea is that the development of life must lead to forms of existence that will be possible without nourishment and which will not be shackled by consequent limitations. Why should a living being not be able to obtain all the energy it needs for the performance of its life functions from the environment, instead of through consumption of food, and transforming, by a complicated process, the energy of chemical combinations into life-sustaining energy?”


As explained in the very beginning, to reap the full benefits of this practice, you need to allow sunlight to enter your eyes at sunset or sunrise and keep your bare feet on the earth. Start by looking at the sun for ten seconds, for twenty on the second day, thirty on the third day, etc. After nine months, you will reach a duration of forty-five minutes daily.

Hira Ratan Manek is the man who made sun gazing popular as the HRM phenomenon and let NASA test him to validate the benefits of the practice. The test was done by doctors at the University of Pennsylvania and it involved tracking 24 hours daily, 24/7. Manek managed to survive the ordeal by consuming small amounts of water and buttermilk in addition to sunlight.

Experts claim that energy-not food- is needed in order to maintain the human body properly. Furthermore, they claim that after nine months of sun gazing, the cravings for taste of foods go away completely. This doesn’t mean that foregoing food to be replaced by sunlight affects the brain negatively, but it actually makes it feel mentally charged.



Sungazing – Hollow Earth News


In July I posted an article by NASA about the “Super Human Benefits of Sun Gazing.” –

There was much interest, and our friend, Fred, of The Twin Flame Project,
launched right into notes and comments about his SunGazing experience
and the supportive practice of walking barefoot. –
Somehow, all of this information “got buried.”
I just had an inquiry about this and have set up a new page: SUNGAZING.
It will all be there now for you – not to get lost again.
This is a a very valuable tool that Sananda and I wish you to have.

Sun Gazing – Bringing In The Light – 5-15-16


By Kim Caldwell,

Make hay while the sun is shining– Miguel De Cervnantes

Sungazing is a powerful process that dates back to ancient Egypt. There is much evidence that points to the knowing that the Egyptians received downloads of Divine information from practicing Sun Gazing as light carries information. This could be described as letting in the light or being a light worker.

When we start this practice our minds open clearly and we experience a wonderful enhancement of mood and well being that let’s us feel beneficial shifts are taking place, like a flower blossoming in the light.

The sun has long been worshiped by ancient civilizations. The Incas, Egyptians, Aztecs, Greeks, Romans and many more knew the power of the great central sun and how the sun enlightens us.  It is common to see ancient Egyptian art where the figures are gazing up at the sun with a knowing look.

Obviously there are many who believe that looking into the sun at anytime can be dangerous. The practice of sun gazing has specific times we are aloud to look around the sun. We are told that the first hour of sun in the morning and the last hour of sun of the day, are safe times to do our sun gazing practice.

I say “look around the sun” because after experimenting with the process, I do not give the suggestion to look directly into the sun. When I practice sun gazing I look at the rays coming from the sun or watch the sun through the leaves of trees for protection to my eyes and I get wonderful results. I find the tree and leaves also add a unique flavor to the experience.

Each person is unique and must do what is best for them but I do not suggest direct watching. I think less is more in this case. We must each do our own research and listen to our bodies. Go slowly with the practice and listen to your body. A little sun gazing goes a long way.

During the time where we are sun gazing we want to plant our bare feet directly on the earth, this gives the practice a big boost and more power. Going barefoot is a whole other beneficial practice as we are charged with the earth’s electromagnetic fields and balanced on all levels.

When there is a headache, walking around outside barefoot is a great way to help soothe it. When they say “mother earth” we may become aware of her healing and loving gifts for us. It is our birthright to enjoy all her wonders and benefits.

Some of the benefits of sun gazing are as follows:

  • Enhanced vitamin D absorption. Vitamin D is wonderful for stronger bones and teeth and great for mood enhancement. We are all aware that sun deprivation during winter months is responsible for many cases of depression. When we practice safe sun gazing during winter months we can expect to alleviate the winter blues.
  • The ability to heal and reactivate our pineal gland. The pineal glad will shrivel with age. The pineal gland is responsible for our enlightenment, creative abilities and connection to Divine Intelligence. Enhancing our pineal gland helps to waken us up and remember who we really are, sun Gods and Goddesses.

The sun is a great analogy for how a highly evolved human could operate by radiating great energy and love to those around them. We may use the sun to help us radiate more love and light in our lives, as the sun is an unlimited supply of energy and light. Yes, the sun will come up tomorrow.

Anytime we feel drained or out of sorts this is a great opportunity to meditate in nature and the sunlight to fill our cup back up. Nature will keep us balanced and happy, we simply want to remember to take time in her splendor. Nature is a wonderful counter balance for all the computers, cell phones, electric outlets, etc.

It is interesting to note that the bosses in most businesses have offices with large widows, which bring in a lot of sunlight. Do these bosses subconsciously know that they are getting information from the sunlight?

Whether they are aware of this fact or not, it is true that the sun radiating through the windows is giving them a huge advantage and boost. We don’t have to be the boss to benefit from the sun, everyday makes it a point to spend some quality time in the sun without any sunglasses on getting filled with love, light and vitamin D.

Hira Ratan Manek is one of the best-known sun gazers. He believes that the sun can be used to heal the mind, body and spirit. He explains that when we eat plants we are eating the energy of the sun. He states that we can get that energy directly from the sun without ingesting the plant, a human photosynthesis of sorts. Hira claims to have been living on sun energy, water and a few drinks for social occasions since June 18, 1995. He also says this has regenerated his brain and pineal gland. This is certainly “sun food” for thought.

I have always found it suspect that we are told that the sun causes cancer. Toxic food and thoughts seem much more likely to do this. Surely moderate sun exposure has its place in a healthy life style.  Of course all things in moderation, even moderation. The good news is we all are perfectly capable of testing out these theories for ourselves and information is power as we share the Divine ideas at the speed of light on the Internet. The beautiful thing is that our Divine radiating sun is free for everyone. Makes one understand that Divine minds really are at work.

Kim Caldwell is the author of the Solfeggio Switchword Meditation Series.

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Andrew Kaleb·76 videos

Sungazing is a practice that includes gazing at the sun for nourishment or as a spiritual practice. Looking into the sun is dangerous, and can cause solar retinopathy and lead to permanent eye damage or blindness.There is no scientific evidence that sungazing provides health benefits

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This an earlier video about or Sun Gazing experiences in 2011.
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