posted on Jun, 16 2012 @ 08:31 PM
It's been a minute since I've sungazed because my location with the surrounding mountains make it difficult. However, I would like to share some of
my positive experiences as well as a negative one.
I'll start with the negative. I started out sungazing for longer periods of time like the impatience dumbass I am
, roughly 15-20 minutes. I did
this for about a week with no ill effect. However, one day it was particularly bright and the intensity was bothering my eyes. Despite it, I wanted as
much of it as I could get and I paid the price. It resulted in me having a sun spot that lasted for about a week where I looked into electronics and
saw a halo effect. The problem was that the entire first week I was looking through a massive amount of chemtrails which was filtering the intensity.
The day I gave myself the sun spot, they let up on the spraying.
Now, for the positive. The increase in mood and how you feel is very noticable. You can be depressed when you start and feel like nothing can ever get
you down again by the time you quit. Perhaps it causes a serotonin release from the pineal stimulation? The energy improvement is also obvious. I have
CFS as well and I tested the energy claim after gazing one day. Knowing my limits, how long I can run without tiring, I decided to give it a go and
run a bit. The problem was I never got tired. My legs weren't tired either, nor was I winded so eventually I just quit from boredom lol.
"Eat The Sun" is one of my favorite documentaries of all time as it shares a lot of perspectives from people who've been doing it a long time. The
main theme of the documentary was that you can eat sun light and not require food. After seeing several examples of it, it made me a believer, granted
you're going to need to spend some serious time absorbing sun light.
There was also another claim by an optometrist that I found particularly interesting. All the blood in your body through the blood vessels in your
eyes in a rather short amount of time (can't remember the specifics but I'm 99% positive it was under 2 hours). So, you're essentially saturating
your blood with sun light. Anyway, that's my take on the subject. Hope it helps.