Q: If we are not meant to consume food then why do we have teeth, a digestive system, breasts, etc. in the first place?
A: All these organs are simply vestigial organs, the remnants from our previous evolutionary stages that we no longer need, like body hair, the
appendix, male nipples, wisdom teeth, tail bones, or the wings of flightless birds. As long as they're being used by the majority of the species they
remain functional. It takes a long period of non-use (usually hundreds of thousands or even millions of years) by a species for an organ to become
dysfunctional and atrophied.
Q: Then why do babies die without food?
A: Unless the fetus begins its life cycle in a breatharian mother's body (as happened in the case of Camila Castello) it will get used to receiving
food-based sustenance and will lose (or never develop in the first place) its ability to process pranic sustenance. From that point on it will "need"
food the same as any animal until such time as it uses its consciousness (unique to humans) to gradually transition to pranic nourishment.
Q: If it is possible to live without food then why do people in Africa starve?
A: Access to prana is strictly a faculty of consciousness, more precisely that of a certain level of development, which is why animals have no access
to it is spite of being more in tune with nature than humans in general. All humans are capable of accessing prana the same as we are all able to
access a state of spiritual enlightenment. We all have the potential, however that does not mean that all of us have the call or the will to access
it. Regarding those that starve to death, there's a lot of difference between when you choose something and when it is forced upon you. Starving
people are in a state of fear, they operate from their 3 lower chakras only, their upper chakras, most importantly their crown chakra, are all closed.
From an energetic point of view that makes all the difference. It is not possible to access prana with those chakras closed and from a state of fear.
It's like not being able to breathe even though there is air all around you, like when you experience intense fear and you have shortness of breath or
tightness in your throat. The air is there the same. FEAR causes blockage and constriction.
Q: Alright, if you really are a breatharian then why don't you prove it by undergoing observation and medical tests?
It has been done numerous times by a number of breatharians, voluntarily, putting their own reputation on the line, with nothing to gain. The results
of some of these studies have been published, others withheld, some have been made into documentaries. Just a few examples:
1965 - Angus Barbieri (Maryfield Hospital, Dundee, Scotland) (Technically not a breatharian, he "only" completed a 382-day fast under constant medical
observation (meaning regular blood and urine tests which would have signalled instantly even the smallest amount of food consumption), with an average
blood sugar concentration of 30 mg/dL (1.7 mmol/L) during the fast (compared to an average person's level of 80-140 mg/dL). He was able to go about
his daily business and suffered no ill effects. Due to the well-documented nature of the "experiment" he was admitted into the Guinness Book of
1998 - Jasmuheen (60 Minutes, Australia)
2003 - Jani yogi (Sterling Hospitals, Ahmedabad, India)
2004 - Michael Werner (Lindenhof Hospital, Bern, Switzerland) (results withheld)
2006 - Ram Bahadur Bomjon (Discovery Channel - The Boy with Divine Powers)
2007 - Michael Werner (University Clinic, Prague, Czech Republic) (results withheld, refused to comment)
2010 - Jani yogi (Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences of India)
2013 - Ray Maor (Israeli TV)
This is of course only a partial list of the more well-known studies - the point being that it is pointless to go out there to try and "prove"
anything by undergoing more studies, the results of which may be withheld, distorted or simply explained away as being due to the tests not properly
conducted after successful results. Give us a break.
Q: I heard that 4 people died trying to transition to breatharianism. Isn't that proof enough that this doesn't really work?
A: You heard right. There are hundreds of guides now worldwide who run breatharian workshops and over 50.000 people have transitioned over the past 40
years. However breatharianism isn't for everybody. You must listen to your own body first and foremost. Some of those trying to transition wanted it
too bad and did not follow the guidelines. This is very similar to some motorists not following the guidelines, which causes over 1 million deaths on
the roads EACH YEAR. But travelling in metal boxes at high speeds while you pollute the air and create noise and kill people is fine. So fine in fact
that people pay $$$$ each year to take part in the fun (of queuing at traffic lights, sitting gridlocked in traffic jams and circling around car parks
looking for a space, or breaking down, having flat tyres, etc.). But you all noticed how breatharianism massacred those 4 people. Well done.
Q: People lose weight simply by breathing out carbon dioxide, which has weight. How come breatharians do not constantly lose weight?
A: As explained above, breatharians gain sustenance in energy form. Energy has mass as expressed in the famous Einstein-formula E=mc2. This is why
breatharians will show weight gain while meditating on a scale (as demonstrated at the 2018 Pranic World Festival). But you don't need breatharians
for this, many people report weight gain on a 3-day dry fast and especially longer (say, a 30-day) water fasts. You don't need breatharians to prove
that. But regardless of all that, starting from Santorio Sanctorius (who invented the “static weighing chair,” a device that allowed him to weigh
himself before and after meals, sleep, toilet breaks, even sex) up to recent times countless studies have been done into researching this and they
found that there is always much less weight loss (sometimes even weight gain, causing overall fluctuations in the measurements) in humans between
meals than should occur due to normal metabolism, the energy needed to break down food, heat production, perspiration, etc., especially in studies
measuring weight loss during exercise. But of course, no one talks about all that, because no one has done their research.
Q: What about your energy levels?
A: After all the above it's needless to say, almost all breatharians have a high energy level most of the time. Read their stories and listen to their
testimonials - there are hundreds out there.
Q: Okay but you can't expect me to believe that you can "infuse" water with human emotions and intention.
A: No, I can't, and I wouldn't. But I would encourage to start reading those science journals, whenever you're ready.
Q: Really, meditation? That's all new age hoo-ha, its effects are just placebo at best and wishful thinking at worst, just like mind over matter.
Got anything else you wanna doubt today?
to be continued...