I am sorry about the delay in answering any previous questions, I didn't realise there was a second page here, just noticed all these posts here. I
don't use forums very often these days.
There was a question about calories. I have a hunch that that has something to do with energies? I have never looked into all that, I have always had
my own personal opinion of when people "count their calories". If you start, it'll become an obsession, therefore I have never chosen to "believe" (as
in becoming an observer to make it become real like in quantum physics). In other words, I figured if you don't look, the tree in the woods is not
really there. And for all practical purposes, for me at least, it never was. I maintain that those that pay no attention to "calories" and what
vitamin is in which foods and what mineral and all that, then you're not worse off than those that do. I used to believe (chose to believe) that food
supplements are for real. I used to take them. I didn't feel different. I stopped. Just went to show (me) that it was all make-believe stuff. I cannot
advise. How many calories does prana give? Per what, hour? No idea. Can it be calculated directly from the weight gain by breatharians during
meditation? I am not aware of such formula. Unfortunately my knowledge on that field is limited by my own choices in the past and the present. I'm
glad I never went into all that. If it's your thing, to worry about all that, you carry on.
Dear user Nothin had a similar question relating to energy and a video, I did watch the video, hats off, but watching him gutting and eating that dead
bird did not win my approval. Otherwise, impressive. Energy-wise, again, I have no clue, I am not living his life, or even his sort of life. Like I
said I do volunteer. I do physical stuff. I walk. I jump. The energy comes from prana (to my mind essentially same as chi). Do I ever "run out of"
The CO2 "debunkers" again, yeah I used to be one of them, so when prana gets converted into nutrients (see quantum biology) obviously most of those
will be carbon-based. End of story, no further comment, do your own research, I have done mine, not that if I had found all other answers except this
then that would invalidate my own personal undeniable experience. Get over it. And you keep saying no one has demonstrated it, over a dozen people
have, I have given a list in the OP, again, you have your free will choice not to accept them and convince yourself they were invalid. Here are just a
And I am not trying to sell books, I have never written one, not even my own story, the closest I ever came to that was when I made my OP here a few
days ago. There is nothing in this for me, other than the satisfaction I take from sharing with fellow humans, some of whom might be ready, just need
some info, some encouragement.
Alomaha, the documentary you were talking about was In the Beginning There Was Light. Came out 9 years ago, you used to need subtitles for English,
last year they released a revised version with English narration that you can rent (and download) for $6. Probably the best documentary on the
What's the argument about the mortgage subject again? Sell your mortgage, buy a tiny house, live off grid. No more mortgage, no more bills. More and
more people are doing it, it's like an epidemic. Have you actually looked at the youtube channel I suggested?
Only thing you'll have left to need money for will be food. Until you transition to B of
course. Then you're free or the monetary system. Only if you're really ready and crave freedom. Some people genuinely enjoy consumer fetishism and all
the other "wonders" of modern capitalism (aka plundering the planet shi#less as opposed to resource-based economies like the Venus Project is
preparing to be).
There was a question about the differences between 'pranarian' 'solarian' and 'breatharian'. I will start by saying that everybody uses these
differently, I do not believe there is a consensus so I can only say how I see them. I use the word "breatharian" as an umbrella term for all kinds of
people that no longer NEED to consume physical food for survival, regardless of whether they drink water or not, or where they get their energy from.
I use the term solarian as a synonym for sungazers, to describe those breatharians who have the belief that they "use" the Sun's rays for energy. They
stare into the sun when it's just above the horizon as a kind of meditation with the added auto-suggestion of harvesting energy. I cannot comment on
the supposed mechanism of that particular type of breatharianism as I never looked into it and I do not count myself among them, sungazing is not part
of my belief system. Pranarians are, similarly, those Bs that believe they gain their sustenance and energy from prana, aka Chi, which is a
well-researched phenomenon, as indicated by my links in the OP. Other Bs do not necessarily believe in prana, for example not all sungazers do.
There are many other subtypes of B, but at the end of the day it's one phenomenon, with a multitude of belief systems held by practitioners who have
the one thing in common that they no longer need physical food. And obviously you don't have to believe in something to become a B, but it helps.
There are Bs that don't believe in prana, or sungazing. But that does not mean they disbelieve them or never practise them. I would call myself a
pranarian-waterian if I had to use labels, but I do sometimes gaze into the sun, I do believe there is a spiritual connection, that I feel, so I only
do it when it "comes to me", and when I do, I actually enjoy it, but I do not believe it gives me sustenance. It's like realising all magick beliefs
are arbitrary, so you drop yours, then pick and choose - that's how chaos magick was born.
"Telling people they can survive without eating is dangerous." - My answer to that: Governments should ban automobiles - over a million people die
Don't compare the 4 people who died in the past 30 years trying to transition to B while not following the guidelines to the 36 million people that
died in road accidents, most of whom were innocent passengers and pedestrians, just because people BUY INTO the need to live rushed lives. Where's the
rush? We're building skyscrapers like it's a cosmic race and we must be first. To do what? Make the planet unfit for life? But taking the evolutionary
leap that results in living a compassionate and sustainable, let alone truly free, life, is of course dangerous. One person dies every 26 seconds in a
road accident. Cars are dangerous. Do you drive? To a job you don't need? To the supermarket to spend it on stuff you don't need? Good on you.
Yes, fasting is VERY dangerous. For big pharma, at least. For humans, it gives a better health and a longer life:
Then how dangerous can permanent abstinence be? And how does that compare to simple dry fasting? Instead of me answering everything, get a clue:
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