originally posted by: blueman12
Thanks for posting and I am very interested. I do think spirituality exists but there really is no basis for prana or the body being able to live off
of it in a scientific aspect. At least, the science that can be proven in a lab. For example, plants derive energy through photosynthesis,
chloroplasts... Animal cells do not have those organelles.
Therefore, breath, sunlight, and water energy (as you describe) would all have to be processed at some unseen and unknown higher level that is beyond
the third dimension. I don't expect an answer for that as, if breatharians is true, then the science is far beyond anything we are currently capable
Also, It seems dangerous for one to try this. Assuming this is real, if one fails to open the doors for prana intake, they risk the dangers of
I'd have to disagree with notion that many vegans are doing just fine without protein or all vital nutrients.
I think this is where you logic falls a bit. If one cannot get the prana energy, then one requires food right? And if one requires food, it has been
countlessly documented that they need nutrients and protein to live a healthy life. Not just to feel full. I haven't heard of one study by scientists
that claimed malnutrition isn't real.
Anyway, interesting to read.
The common denominator in all "breatharian" processes is consciousness. Ever wondered why science has never been able to figure it out?
Everyone is equipped to use prana as long as you have a pineal gland, however, as in the case of a muscle you never use because you use, for example,
an exoskeleton to lift, and gets atrophied, so it is with the ability to process pranic nourishment. It is for that reason that the 8-day process,
21-day process, etc. have been developed for a smooth transition where you start exercising a "muscle" you never used. Like in The Matrix, where Neo's
eyes hurt, because he never really used them.
And no one said malnutrition does not exist. It does, same as people dying of starvation. It's in the FAQ in the opening post. Also, has anybody
actually watched any of the documentaries?
No Way to Heaven (2008, Switzerland) - www.cultureunplugged.com...
In the Beginning There Was Light (2010, Austria) - available through file-sharing
Living Off Energy We Are Energy (2015, Czech Republic) -
The Light Generation (2018) - www.youtube.com...
originally posted by: bally001
a reply to: Rolci
On the Breatharian lifestyle. Will you live longer than everyone else. Or what age do you expect to live to. If you expect to live past the average
lifespan in your neck of the woods, how much longer and is this documented?
Hey Bally, The modern recurrence of breatharianism is fairly recent so we have no figures yet, but it is not the exact number of years that matters to
most of us, it's not being and feeling like a pile of cr@p by the time we achieve retirement age due to a lifetime of ingesting foods filled with
toxins. That aside, most of those that go as far as successfully completing our transition do so out of spiritual motivations, never physical, at
least I have never heard of one that had physical or especially material motivations, and I would be very surprised to hear that someone did. As I
understand it, that's not how it works as a certain quality of consciousness is what makes such a transition possible.
originally posted by: KansasGirl
a reply to: Rolci
So, if I haven't seen a healthy-looking vegan, I struggle to imagine a healthy-looking breatharian.
So how about some pics? Thanks!
Google some images, or watch the interviews on youtube. Hope this short list of a few breatharians helps.
Akahi Ricardo Saras
Camila Castillo de Salas
Dmitry Lapshinov (Dima)
Ellen Greve (Jamusheen)
Emeya S. Angelisme
Fabrice De Graef
Hira Ratan Manek
Jericho Genesis Sunfire
Julie Beckham (Atlantis)
Kirby de Lanerolle
Laura Fabris (Luce)
Mira Omerzel (Mirit)
Prahlad Jani (Mataji)
Ram Bahadur Bomjon (Bakji)
Sofia Waapiti Ra
Ziria and Radium
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