reply to post by vardlokkur
"why would anyone not want to eat?"
Actually yogis practice celibacy.
There's a close tie between food and sex -- obviously -- the best way to get to a man's heart is food as it's said.
But the yogi has the secret of unlimited sex by abstaining from food.
The secret is again the vagus nerve - it's ionized by ultrasound created through focusing sound internally. The frequency of bone pressure is
Ultrasound cavitation creates the light biophoton energy which, as it intensifies, can transmute matter providing the necessary nutrients and
So there's two ways about it -- the Bushmen call it "N/um" and it's reported they "collect the N/um of young maidens" -- the Bushmen were the
original humans to go without food and water.
It's standard training in the Bushmen culture -- 90% of human history -- since there were regular famines. So the males regularly fast. The young
males train with the older males for a month -- fasting from food and water.
That's why this training has to remain secret because it is based on changing sex energy for food. Which is better? Rats will choose opiates
instead of food until they die.... just a hint.
Gurdieff discusses this quite a bit in "In Search of the Miraculous" -- about alchemy -- how sex energy has to be purified through the heart -- but
that sex energy is the secret to go without food. Gurdjieff states that real meditation doesn't start until a person feels hungry.
So the belly gets hot first from the ultrasound ionization -- this is called N/um -- Bushmen -- or tummo -- Tibet -- or Jing - China -- or Kundalini -
After that with continued meditation then you can go without hunger or thirst -- once the third eye opens up. This is called "achieving cessation"
for Buddhist monks -- a week long fast from food and water. It's the first step in enlightenment training -- samadhi.
So the serotonin of the lower body is able to bypass the blood brain barrier and this creates amazing bliss. But also the anaerobic bacteria of the
lower body will go into the brain.
So after the third eye is opened then a "modified bigu" diet is required -- which means a real yogi is not only vegetarian but also keeps the diet
to a minimum -- just a small veggie meal once a day plus fasting one day a week.
That's the "modified bigu" diet -- it's what the real yogis do. You can go totally without food and water but it requires a special practice.
[edit on 29-4-2010 by drew hempel]