reply to post by JHJ11
Yeah qigong master Effie P. Chow says drink 10 glasses of water a day -- just straight water. Then eat 9 servings of vegetables a day. Only 1
serving of carbs and 1 serving of fruit.
So that's a pretty strict diet.
I am super sensitive to sugar -- if I eat a banana I'll get internal tingling from too much sugar -- and this off-gasses as e. coli smell -- so my
brain actually leaches out the free radicals.
Chunyi Lin says to only eat till 70% full or else the food "goes to the head" -- so this is from the vagus nerve and carotid artery -- the brain
blood barrier is bypassed.
Following a "modified bigu" diet like Effie P. Chow recommends, requires not a lot of physical exercise unless it is actual meditation to create
more energy -- like Tai Chi or standing horse meditation -- horse stance, etc.
So it is a pretty strict scenario -- if a person has a good job not requiring a lot of physical activity and if they don't need to exercise much for
transportation and if they have a decent emotional environment with good companions then this will work out.
Unfortunately that's not the case for me so my diet does not meet up to my pineal gland standards --- I tell people how if I eat sugar I have to
counter it with some sort of antioxidant without sugar like a sulfur agent like onion or garlic -- but even in the strict Taoist Yoga diet like in
Vedic practice these sulfur foods are not allowed as they cause too much materialist focus.
The goal is to burn off the food energy into electromagnetic energy -- so this is different than just burning calories for physical work although the
two are related as muscles are stored electromagnetic energy.
Gabriel Cousens says the key to his deep yoga meditation in India was to not even eat fruit -- because it's too much sugar -- and, of course, this
shocks people as too extreme. Actually this is my experience also but I still eat fruit as it's unavoidable.
Gabriel Cousens says to eat the "rainbow diet" as the best -- so does Chunyi Lin - the pigment color of food is very important for antioxidant
But also for people with low jing energy then it's recommended to eat meat -- so right now I eat an extreme diet as I do a lot of physical labor and
I still burn off my life force energy into chi energy. Also the females around me take in the chi and jing energy -- so this is how the healing works
as the male creates the electromagnetic chi energy and the female provides the jing energy through her voice and emotional energy.
So the tantra practice enables going without food -- last summer I went 10 days with no food -- but I was also transmitting energy through my pineal
gland -- "flexing" it -- so I was not building up my jing energy into chi for storing it in the lower tan tien.
So there needs to be storing up of jing energy in the lower tan tien for three months -- celibacy and strong enough diet. I used just brown rice,
broccolli, black beans, etc.
Also in the advanced state it says to not eat salt -- so I was salt free as well -- but you get sodium from vegetables - it's just not having
chloride and decreasing sodium then increases the potassium for the electromagnetic energy from the relaxation vagus parasympathetic nervous system
going to the heart.
It's difficult to realize that in the bigu state there is no hunger nor thirst as the pineal gland and the electromagnetic fields have some sort of
fusion alchemy energy to provide the body with nutrition and energy and water. So it's like water is created -- literally it feels like this -- in
the middle of the brain and then it pours down through the roof of the mouth -- through some sort of reverse electrolysis. Similarly with food -- but
again this is an advanced state and dangerous although verified by science as real -- it's called "energy feasting." One study speculates it's
from gamma radiation -- I think it's sonofusion.
So right now I actually eat a lot of meat but when I was doing the tantra I would fast for 10 days or three days and not be hungry at all but I would
have to be in full lotus almost the whole time. Although I was not that weak -- I could do physical labor if I needed to -- on the tenth day of no
food I did a long hike and climbed a ladder to the roof and I was talking for a couple hours, etc.
The qigong master Chunyi Lin went a month in a cave taking no food, no water and no sleep.
So that is the real bigu meditation as holographic spirit energy -- he traveled into heaven and he said when his third eye opened up then the cave
filled with light and also his master checked up using the master's third eye to make sure Chunyi Lin was not sleeping, etc.
So the fasting is a serious part of the training although it's not necessary to become a qigong master although getting energy transmissions from a
master -- you can get phone healings and this will help immensely.