And now to answer your questions that I have found in other parts of this forum, in the topics about breatharianism:
1. How can you survive without an energy source?
A: We don't. Humans consume food for heat production, metabolism and to move about, all possible from the ENERGY stored in food. Prana is universal
energy similar to (or perhaps the same as) vacuum energy / zero point energy. Energy is energy, whatever the source.
2. What prana? There is no such thing.
A: This prana:
a.k.a. chi (Qi) in China:
The same prana that you can infuse water with as seen in Dr. Emoto's studies:
3. But how can prana replace food?
A: food consumption is simply a stepped-down form of consuming universal energy passed down, in our case, from the Sun. Plants absorb light and
transform and store it in various forms, which plant-eaters consume, which then gets passed on to meat-eaters. If you take the train of thought back
to the origins of life when there were the first living plant cells on Earth and move on from there you will see that the total biomass of the planet
is Earth-stuff (star dust) brought to life by solar energy.
We are all essentially condensed sunlight, taking downgraded sunlight for energy. From that understanding it is not a great quantum leap to come to
accept that we can take that same universal energy in its pure form. For where did all these suns come from? From the energy soup of the universe
after the Big Bang. All matter in the Universe was once energy. We are energy. e=mc2, right?
So you see, breatharianism is simply cells (the cells of our bodies, muscle cells and all) re-acquiring the ability to take that same old universal
energy in its pure form. Nothing magical about it. "Food" only seems natural while you think inside that box. But even in that box, we already use
sunlight for warmth. Imagine how hard all this understanding would be if we all lived underground unaware of the existence of the sun, relying
exclusively on food for both heat and movement. Luckily we know better. We are aware of the Sun being the source of it all.
4. 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 in 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 all around you. FEAR causes blockage and constriction.
5. 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.
6. 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 simple 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.
I recommend people further educate themselves by watching some actual documentaries on the subject of replacing physical food with zero-point (pranic)
energy. Here are just a few of the many documentaries on the subject:
No Way to Heaven (2008, Switzerland) - www.cultureunplugged.com...
In the Beginning There Was Light (2010, Austria) - Watch the newly-released US version for 6 bucks on the official website
Living Off Energy We Are Energy (2015, Czech Republic) -
The Light Generation (2018) - www.youtube.com...