Then 3 years later they proved that this can be done by literally ANYONE. Now that was #ed up. There is no way out of this, no explaining away:
Without going into too much detail I just found out recently that they are now looking at how the human brain can do all that. Fascinating stuff to
say the least, but this is all science now. You can research all this yourselves if you're interested:
At this point I felt I had to put a stop to my research into the possible powers of the mind and meditation, I just felt overwhelmed and considered it
a real possibility that I will end up in mental hospital or something as I felt the paradigm system I had lived in for a lifetime crumbling around me,
or to be more precise, inside my head. I recall having that feeling that those lines I had heard in the matrix were actual reality in my life: where
Morpheus tells Neo how he sees that he feels like Alice in Wonderland, tumbling down the rabbit hole. Except this wasn't a #ing movie. Yet I was
determined to further investigate breatharianism itself as it was the original line of enquiry I had started out upon, so I simply abandoned this
detour into meditation and returned to my research into breatharianism.
Right. So far I had learned how breatharians use chi, meditation, and charged water, and how these techniques can do their miracle which ultimately
falls into the realm of quantum biology, which you must study to have some rudimentary understanding of the processes involved here. Okay, I had done
all that. At that point I realised that as long as I keep looking I will just keep finding, which is fine up to a point, but ultimately the test of
the pudding is in the eating. And although the Wim Hof method seemed like a more appealing "choice" for a new lifestyle if I were to adapt one, with
all the scientific research behind it, I chose to remain faithful to my original choice. I had already become aware of Jasmuheen's so-called 21-day
process. But I wanted to "know all there is to know" before I were to delve deep into an actual experiment. So I watched all the documentaries I could
No Way to Heaven (2008, Switzerland)
In the Beginning There Was Light (2010, Austria)
Living Off Energy We Are Energy (2015, Czech Republic)
The Light Generation (2018)
These are all available on the internet to watch for free.
I learned, among a lot of other interesting things, of the 8-day method, the 10-day method, basically I realised that whatever works for you. Anyway,
I chose the 21-day method because its high reported success rate (I watched dozens of hour-long interviews with breatharians, I will not list them all
here) and its more graduality.
Long story short, it did not work the first time (or at least it did not work for me, maybe wrong mindset, haven't figured it out) but second time I
did a more stretched-out approach in phases of different diets, that I would approximate as vegetarian - vegan - raw vegan - fruitarian - juicing -
waterian - solarian - pranarian - breatharian. Now that did the trick. It was a long process, and I had my doubts in spite of all my previous
research, but I think it was ultimately this gradual approach that enabled my mind to let my body transition progressively.
While technically this marks the end of my breatharian story and it would seem that it should suffice to end the story here I must emphasise that
drawing the line here would be equal to a lie, in that it would hide the truth. Everything I have written up to this point is the TECHNICAL side. It's
like, follow this and this step and you get here and here. But the bigger question is this: WHERE IS HERE? That, my friends, is in itself FAR more
amazing than a journey towards and including a transition to breatharianism. Again, I will be brief, so bear with me for a while longer, you'll see
it's not only worth it, it's the whole point of, well, not only of this whole text, but the whole experience.
What I am talking about is the ramifications of a breatharian lifestyle, everything that is a result, either directly or indirectly of this lifestyle.
I am trying to think of a format that would carry the immensity of the unfolding that follows the transition but I am left with no ideas. I will try
some kind of logical sequence here I guess.
Okay. Got it. When you become breatharian there are 3 waves of ramifications.
The first: The obvious direct consequences: No more spending money on food. No more travelling to the shops. No more shopping lists, no more
brainstorming of what to eat and where. No more cooking. No more washing dishes. No more need to store food, no more need to store bowls and dishes,
plates and cutlery, or for that matter a dining table let alone a dining room. You have more money. You have more time. You have more space. You have
more freedom. These are the obvious and immediate direct consequences.
The second: The slightly-less-obvious and slightly-less-direct consequences. No more hunger. No more upset stomach. No more indigestion. No more
food-related diseases from pesticide, chemicals, GMO, E numbers, artificial additives, and so on. Basically better health. Which is further increased
by consuming the afore-mentioned "blessed" water, meditation, chakra-cleansing, if you develop interest in all these and learn and practise, starting
with my favourite, the Wim Hof method.
The third: All the indirect consequences. This is the biggest one, and NOTHING can prepare you for this, save reading it right here and right now. You
don't find this in documentaries and you can't "work this out" in your mind in advance. And it beats everything in the previous two categories, simply
because it is an endless unfolding of a NEW LIFE STORY. Let's stop for a second and sum up the previous steps.
Research. Find information. Gain knowledge. Horizons expanded. Mind blown. Personal experiment. Failure. Try again. Success. More money, time, space.
Better health. Now let's see what can possibly beat all this.
Now that you have all this behind you, you are face-to-face with a new life. You can't deny it no more, you have put behind yourself an aspect of your
previous life that could best be described as a limitation, or to quote The Matrix again, a prison for your mind. Something you have been depending
upon, but have now gained freedom of. As an unavoidable side-effect of that will be a mind that has become free and opened up TO AN EXTENT and this
mind will now look AND FIND ways of pushing this freedom beyond all limits. No, I'm not talking about, if I can live without food, can I live without
drink (apparently we can) or breathing (let's not get into that conversation here). I am talking about deconstructing all the other limitations that
living in a society has imposed on your mind. So now you have more money. Money is not part of nature, it is an artificial human construct. Now you
have more left. How do you get rid of "the money trap" altogether? I instantly remembered the story of Mark Boyle who made headlines years ago by
living without money in the UK. Now there is a new article out about him: