Although it may seem far-fetched, there is evidence which suggests that “sun gazing” provides regular human beings with super-humanabilities. Ancient Mayans, Egyptians, Aztecs, Tibetans, and Indians—along with many modern-day proponents—all argue that sun gazing benefits humans by healing common illnesses, by making telepathy possible, and by virtually eliminating the need to eat.
In fact, even the great Nikola Tesla seems to indicate that such human abilities are possible: “My idea is that the development of life must lead to forms of existence that will be possible without nourishment and which will not be shackled by consequent limitations. Why should a living being not be able to obtain all the energy it needs for the performance of its life functions from the environment, instead of through consumption of food, and transforming, by a complicated process, the energy of chemical combinations into life-sustaining energy?”
So what does sun gazing actually entail? You must allow sunlight to enter your eyes an hour after sunrise or an hour before sunset, and your bare feet must be in direct contact with the earth itself. When you’re first starting out, only sun gaze for ten seconds, then do so for twenty seconds on your second say, thirty seconds on your third day, and so on—until you work your way up to forty-five minutes per day after nine months.
Because of Hira Ratan Manek, sun gazing is also known as the HRM phenomenon: he enabled NASA to test him in order to validate the practice of sun gazing. The testing was conducted by medical doctors at the University of Pennsylvania, and it involved monitoring twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week, for over three months. Surprisingly, Manek was able to survive the ordeal by ingesting only small amounts of buttermilk and water in addition to sunlight, and the results were similar to those found in other studies involving severe food deprivation.
Sun gazing experts argue that only energy—not food—is required in order to adequately maintain the human body. Moreover, they claim that after nine months of “sun eating,” cravings for the taste and aroma of conventional foods vanish entirely. And not only does foregoing food in favor of sunlight not affect their brains negatively, but it actually makes them feel mentally charged. But after nine months, the focus must be shifted to the earth as opposed to the sun.
To take the next steps (pun intended), one must walk on bare earth barefoot for forty-five minutes per day, for six days straight: this will activate the pineal gland, which is thought to be connected with the big toe. The second toe is said to be connected with the pituitary gland, the third tow with the hypothalamus, the fourth toe with the thalamus, and the pinky toe with the amygdala. As a result of these glands, and the sunlight on top of your head while walking, magnetic field forms in and around your body and charges your brain further.
As you repeat the walking process, your intellect and memory continue to be enhanced. The pineal gland, in particular, is said to possess superior navigational and psychic abilities, which leads some to believe that both human telepathy and even flight are eventually possible. Allegedly, these abilities can be realized if this type of forty-five-minute walk is undertaken every day for a year, and they can then be maintained by walking only three to four days per week from then on out.