Sun Gazing for Health: An Ancient Therapy

Fountain of Youth
Posted by Happyone (Northern Virginia ) on 08/19/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I didn't know this was a thing. I've been looking at the full sun at full day since I was a child. I'm in perfect health and have maintained 20/19 eyesight my entire life (40+). I do it instinctually just as I do most everything else. I'm not saying that I always remember to quiet my mind enough to hear my inner knowing, but I do my best.

Sun gazing feels as natural to me as taking deep breaths. I don't follow a ritual or do it at a specific time of day for any regular length of time. However, I recall that I sungazed a lot more during the periods when I was fasting.

I always trust my instincts over any "authority". If you think sun gazing may help you, it probably will. If you're afraid you'll damage your eyes. You probably will. Listen to your inner guidance on all matters.

Satnam

Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Lisa L. (Bushnell, Florida) on 06/18/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I started sungazing only recently. Sunrises at 6:30am here and I can see it from out of all the trees by 6:45/50am. I earth walk a bit before during and after and meditate. I'm enjoying it and my brother does it with me.

I read that staring at an eclipse of sun or moon through a telescope is actually worse for you than anything.

I will continue doing my sungazing. Im already part blind in my left eye so perhaps it will improve. I'll keep you all updated.


Fountain of Youth
Posted by Jody (Honolulu, Hi) on 05/26/2017
5 out of 5 stars

My last sun gazing session was for about 35 min, & I'm not blind, in fact my eyesight has never been better, the depression that I've been battling most of my life has completely disappeared & I am so happy and relieved to finally feel normal and happy everyday!! I also have Hashimotos, would love to keep in touch with you!! Feel free to email me whenever!! light & love. -Jody


Improved Vision
Posted by Muhammadel (Denver, Colorado) on 05/02/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have been gazing for years every since the age of 11. I usually like the sun at 10:30 - 11:00 am for about 10 minutes every other day. I have 20/15 vision. Doctors are amazed how I'm curing myself with this form of treatment, its funny how they tell me to stay away from vitamin D.


Improved Vision
Posted by Glen (Gulf Port ) on 04/09/2017

Amazing. I can look directly into sun for as long as I like. At anytime also. It's amazing and wonder why others can't. I can for as long as I choose. No effects on sight at all.


Improved Vision
Posted by Gleb (Gulf Port) on 04/09/2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have been looking for others that can stare at the sun. I have been doing it for over two years. I can for hours if I wanted too. It has no effect on me. Anytime of the day on any day. I don't know why others can't. I have great sight and doesn't affect me one bit. Come visit me and I will show anyone who don't believe me.


Sun Gazing and UVB
Posted by John (Trang Thailand) on 03/29/2017

Re: Sun Gazing & UVB, are they long waves or short. Do they do good via the eyeball or are just bad for the skin. I dunno, I am confused. A 1000 years ago I read a book by John Ott – Health & Light which is about – light, sun & artificial. I thought it said that UVB that goes in through the eyeball does bloody good, like make progesterone in menopausal ladies that makes them feel nice. Heaps more in the ebook or a free download on the WWW. BUT in a search for UVB & stem cells - they also do bloody good - heaps spoke about the bad effects of UVA, UVB, & UVC. Because this gets us to sun gazing – not looking at the sun but around it and between 1100 am. & 1300 pm. before & after this time, UVB won't show its face. Too shy I guess. Anyone know? John

Improved Vision
Posted by Fred (Los Angeles) on 03/20/2017

First guess, it could be lymph moving faster than your body can handle. Add any type of jumping exercise: rebounder, skipping, jump rope, etc.
Start with ten min per day and build to one hour.

A second guess would be from air toxins.

In a bucket, put 20 mule team borax and a few squirts of antibacterial dish soap.

Dissolve this with very hot water. if the borax fully dissolves then add more borax. Some should be undissolved on the bottom of the pail. when cool enough to use, stand in the shower, using a washcloth...wash down every part of your body. do not rinse. put on a bathrobe and let the liquid air dry. you should have some borax all over your body. when dry, the borax easily brushes off. then some people cover their body with glycerin. I did not do the glycerin but the borax alone got rid of the itch.


Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Jann (Or) on 02/26/2017

If an eye doctor started telling people the truth, that the sun does not damage your eyes but rather strengthens them then he would soon be out of business.


Improved Vision
Posted by Geoff (Here Now) on 11/26/2016

I'd guess it's a build of of energy and YOU strongly urging YOU to go out of body...


Fountain of Youth
Posted by Ray (South Africa) on 11/17/2016

Try boron for your thyroid, research it like you say with sungazing


Improved Vision
Posted by Michael (New Zealand) on 10/17/2016

Don't do it if you value your eyesight! Who recommended this to you? Highly irresponsible of them! When I worked in the Middle East for seven years, just going outside during the hot months was like opening the door of an oven. No kidding. You could feel your eyeballs heating up! (And various other parts also). I would strongly advise against staring at the sun- very damaging indeed. Why else would astronomers advise using very dark glasses when looking at a solar eclipse? Strangely enough though, people would look at the sunSET in Muscat but they would never do that in New Zealand! Our light may well be the strongest in the world and the Middle Eastern heat may well be the strongest. Don't stare at the sun is my message to you. It ought to come with a statuary health warning from the Surgeon General.


Improved Vision
Posted by Aleksandar (Qatar) on 10/15/2016

Can I do sun eating at Doha Qatar? Here the Sun have more strong impact since is closes to the earth? Will it damage my eyse if I do ii here, rather then others place?


Improved Vision
Posted by Mohan (Maharashtra) on 09/29/2016
4 out of 5 stars

BETTER BUT WITH SIDE EFFECTS

I do sun gazing during the last one hour of sun sets. I do it for half hour for almost 15 days. I have read that it helps to open pineal gland. It has improved my eye sight a lot. However, now I am getting lot of itching on my entire body mostly during late evening hours. I really wish to continue sun gazing. I simply love it. I don't know what to do now. Please help

Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Mike (Usa) on 08/31/2016

I too am trying to find out if there is any artificial light that can be used to sun gazing. Have you found any?


Vision, Insomnia, Arthritis Pain
Posted by Vicki (Toronto, Canada) on 08/20/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I have started sun gazing June 26, 2016 and after finishing 10.20 minutes of sun gazing, my eye sight improve with 40%. I can read without my glasses for short period. my insomnia disapear I am sleepign 6-8 hours, my arthritis pain is gone. My doctor prescribd very strong pain killer which used for cancer petient. I took only one pill and made me very sick. By the way I am 77 and for long time did not feel so good as today.


Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Josephine (Madison) on 07/09/2016

I am also having posterior vitreous detachment, can I do sun gazing?


Improved Vision
Posted by Mfzl (San Jose, Ca) on 07/07/2016

I recently started sungazing, and now I am at 7:30. It is doable at this point, it will be impossible to do over 30 minutes in the morning because I work full time, 8:30 to 5 Mon to Fri.

Would it be still effective if I split the sungazing time to sunrise and sunset, for example 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes in the evening?

Also, the area I live often gets cloudy in the morning in autumn and winter. If I miss the sun in the morning, would it be OK to do sungazing in the evening?


Fountain of Youth
Posted by Bill (Ecuador) on 05/30/2016
5 out of 5 stars

On the coast of Chile from Valparaso to norther border you can sun gaze every day and its a beautiful country .. I Sun gazed for 9 months there cured my Body of very serius problems and was awakened to a whole new life.


Improved Vision
Posted by Ram Jagessar (Toronto) on 03/28/2016

Your situation is not uncommon among sungazers, Yolande. I have been doing HRM method sungazing for 12 years now, and have seen major improvements with my eyes. I am also a type 2 diabetic for 25 years and am now 68 years old.

Early in our sungazing both my wife and I threw away our sunglasses because we found we didn't need them any more. Bright sunlight didn't bother us. My night vision for driving, which had declined badly, recovered fully and now I can drive all night if I have to. The vision in my eyes came better by three quarters of a diopter in both eyes. I observed that the floaters in my eyes, which were plentiful before, declined significantly.

I know several people who have thrown away their reading glasses after doing sungazing for a time. My sister in law found that she could do without her glasses entirely even for driving, although her driver's license said she had to wear corrective lenses.

I met one Canadian woman at a sungazing lecture by Hira Ratan Manek in Toronto several years ago. She came up with a white cane as she was legally blind. A few months later I held a little sungazers get together at my house in Toronto and invited the woman, who came with a friend, but minus the white cane. I was quite shocked, but then she said her peripheral vision had improved due to the sungazing and now she could see some blurred shapes, enough for her to avoid bumping into things. Previously she could see nothing at all, only light and darkness. She said she only used the cane in winter because her vision was not sharp enough to detect icy patches on the ground that would cause her to fall, and so had to use the cane to feel out those patches.

As a diabetic I have seen major major advances in my ability to manage my diabetes from the early days and continuing. Before sungazing I had to be very careful with taking my medication on time and eating meals on time. If I missed out by an hour or two either on medicine or meals my eyes would start getting blurry, I would start feeling very uneasy and my hands would start trembling. After a couple years of sungazing and until today, I find I can miss medication or mealtimes by five or six hours and not feel any diabetic symptoms. I can miss medication for an entire day and three or more meals without paying the cost. I have done and can do fasting (no meals at all) for two or three days comfortably, which diabetics normally can't do at all.

You don't have to convince me of the benefits of sungazing, as I've had many other than the eye and diabetes one mentioned above. Best of all, it all free!

Ram Jagessar


Improved Vision
Posted by Peggy (San Diego ) on 03/19/2016
5 out of 5 stars

I am a teen who has an opinion on all of this. I have the best eyesight in my family. I am in the top of my classes. But I have never even heard of this before. But I have also done this many many times before. When I look straight at that sun during the car ride while its sun set I see a bright yellow ball form and it starts turning clockwise. It always was wierd and always did wonder.

People say it's not safe and I believe them but also don't believe them. Don't trust anybody but always look beneath the lines. Don't trust anything because you'll never know sometimes, you have do more research and ask the right questions.


Sun Gazing Tips
Posted by Cathy (Delaware Beaches, Usa) on 01/28/2016

Thank you for this beautiful reminder!


Improved Vision
Posted by Yolanda (Montreal, Canada) on 07/06/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I am in my 60s, I am diabetic for the last 10 years, the point is I started gazing at the sun for about 7-8 years. And every time I visit my eye doctor his amazed that my eye sight has not changed at all in 10 years, he told me on my last visit, that it's amazing that my eye sight has not changed in over 10 years, especially for someone who's 67 and diabetic.

I only gaze at the sun for few seconds at time, I don't gaze for minutes at a time.

Can you explain this to me please. Thank you. Yolanda

Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Diane King (So Calif) on 06/07/2015

Yes, Southern California.


Fountain of Youth
Posted by Kathleen (Calif) on 05/30/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I don't consider it to be sun gazing if you have your eyes closed. I know that can feel good & I use to sun my eyes closed, but the effect from sun gazing with your eyes open takes on a whole different meaning. I've been sun gazing for eleven years.


Increased Energy
Posted by Cynthia (Boulder, Co) on 05/27/2015
5 out of 5 stars

I agree that you do not have to slowly add gazing times by 10 seconds a day. I accelerated my gazing very quickly and worked up to a full hour within two months over a dozen sun rises. I only did it at sunrise when the light was safe. I Earth whenever possible, but can't do it daily due to cold weather.


Increased Energy
Posted by Darrell (Buri Ram, Thailand) on 05/25/2015
5 out of 5 stars

Dear Earth Clinic,

I started "drinking" in sunlight immediately after the article of NASA bringing an Indian man for observation. I found it to be very "energizing" immediately! I've been doing it for about 1.5 years now and its just amazing!!!

I do feel that someone has taken the simple truth of the situation and made it much too complex by telling people to walk for 45 minutes after they have reached a 44 minute sun-gazing level. Its as simple as letting the direct sunlight into ones eyes during the first and last hour of each day. Additionally, live barefoot as much as you can for "grounding" of you electrical current. You can take a few minutes out of the process and give the baby a bottle or go to the bathroom......stopping the process temporarily doesn't affect the intake at all. Once your "tank" is full of this amazing energy you can just keep topping off the tank wherever possible. You don't have to do it EVERY morning or evening.

I lay down on a lawn-chair as my legs are quite bad.....so you don't have to stand up barefooted to benefit from taking in the sun's energy!

It makes me want to scream at how some "left-brain" dominant people have made this seem quite complicated.....when its as simple as looking into the sun in the early hours of the morning and the late hours of each day. Then be aware of "grounding" your body by barefooted contact with the earth, the floor of your house or the ocean!

I've eventually combined my "sun-drinking" with a crystal mediation over the 12 chakras at the same time. I place a quartz crystal gemstone over the chakras for just a few minutes in each position while I'm drinking in the sun! At 66, and badly needing 3 major leg operations, I FEEL FANTASTIC!!! Its truly amazing! In a recently re-discovered article interview of Nickola Tesla, he mentions getting energy directly from the sun......but he hadn't discovered "sun-gazing" yet!

ps: drink "kifir/kambucha" too!!!!

Darrell "Rollee" Rolstone, American ExPat in Asia

Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Lenny (San Francisco, California) on 05/22/2015

Sun Gazing: Is there any artificial lighting that can be used? I've done sun gazing and have had positive results but I'm not going to get 9 mos. of cloud and/or fog free horizon and I can't go to the desert quite yet for that. Anybody know where there are 9 month clear morning horizons or even clear evening horizons?

Fountain of Youth
Posted by Tom (Usa) on 05/13/2015

The pineal gland is in the middle of the brain, right? Well the macula of the eyes absorbs all the good stuff from the sun and transfers it back to the brain in which the brain becomes energized and then sends the body its share of the suns goodies. Very simple process with large benefits.


Fountain of Youth
Posted by Sue (Florida) on 05/09/2015

I am curious to know why it has to be absorbed through the eyes? It seems the pineal gland to be the activator and the sun could go through the 3rd eye, couldn't it? Eyes closed method, I guess, to protect the eyes from harm.


Sun Gazing Tips
Posted by Sue (Florida) on 05/09/2015

I am curious to know why it has to be absorbed through the eyes? It seems the pineal gland to be the activator and the sun could go through the 3rd eye, couldn't it? Eyes closed method, I guess, to protect the eyes from harm.


Sun Gazing Tips
Posted by Anne (Tucson, AZ) on 03/24/2015

I would hardly compare the TV to the sun....like apples to broccoli I would think...

A 2013 study linked LED lights in bulbs, computers, cell phones, and TVs to increased risk of irreparable harm to the retina in the eye. Researchers stated the damage came from high levels of radiation in the "blue band" of light. They estimated the problem is likely to grow as more computers, mobile phones and TV screens use LED lights. Experts have called for built-in filters to cut down on the blue glare.


Sun Gazing and Bad Eyes
Posted by Anne (Tucson, AZ) on 03/24/2015
0 out of 5 stars

I have tried this sun gazing before...it seemed worse the next day for a week so I stopped...I recently tried again and the next day I was constantly putting eye drops in to be able to see..couldn't figure out why my eyes were so bad...then I remembered this happened before when I tried this...I have cataracts and eye floaters, is this not good for conditions like this ..does anyone know ?


Sun Gazing Tips
Posted by Om (Hope Bc Canada) on 10/28/2014
5 out of 5 stars

Madison (Iowa, United States)

Living in the damp ever changing climate in western Canada, sun gazing is a dream. So on better days I do it with eyes closed, directed at the sun. Even that can be, in the winter time, quite elusive.

However, there is a fabulous practice called meditation on the Inner Sun. Need one say more ? It is forever, not temporary and finite.

Problem solved. Namaste... Om

Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Mmsg (Europe) on 08/26/2014

Dennis, of course you should err on the side of precaution.


Sun Gazing Feedback
Posted by Dennis (Tampa, FL) on 08/26/2014

I have only recently learned about Sun Gazing practice through your web site and would like to try it, but I have a Vitreous Detachment in my my right eye - would that make it unsafe for me to practice Sun Gazing ?

Sun Gazing Tips
Posted by Eli (Ca) on 05/20/2014
5 out of 5 stars

It is true that sun gazing may damage your eyes, IF YOU DO IT DURING UNSAFE TIMES. If you do it during safe times, unless you are on the equator or that one place in Africa with no ozone lair, It is literally impossible for you to damage your eyes, unless you looked at it through a magnifying glass...Do some research before saying things like this.



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