Sungazing for perfect health
Surely you have heard about the fact that we need the sun for vitamin D, for fighting cancer and to get into a more positive mood. However there is much more to say what the sun can do to our body and souls.
There is a practice called “sungazing”. Sungazers gaze directly into the sun during safe hours where the UV index is at zero (during the first hour after sunrise and in the last hour before sunset). Sungazing stimulates the glands in our brain, especially the pineal gland. It is helpful against depression and for a better sleep. Sometimes I feel soo happy and energized after sungazing! The sun has a power that most people underestimate.
You always hear that looking into the sun is bad for the eyes. This is a myth. It is true that it can be dangerous if you exaggerate it, but there is nothing to worry about if it’s done at safe times. I have heard that many people say that the sun even improved their vision.
The sungazing method comes from the indian man Hira Ratan Manek. How does it work exactly? There are a few things to consider:
1. Stand barefoot on earth while sungazing (better for the energy flow)
2. Start with 10 seconds of gazing and increase it each time you gaze for another 10 seconds until you reach 45 minutes. You don’t need more.
3. After you have finished gazing, close your eyes and wait until the light you then see disappears (This usually takes about 2 or 3 minutes)