Sungazing is a simple practice which is as the name suggests: gazing at the sun. At sunrise or sunset, when the sun is closest to our planet, sungazers stand on the ground and look at the sun for about ten seconds. Ten seconds are added every day, and some people reach a duration of 44 minutes.
Ancient Egyptians, Tibetans, Indians, Aztecs, and Mayans understood the strong link between the sun and health and argued that that this practice benefited them by healing common diseases, eliminating the need to eat, and even making telepathy possible. While this idea seems far-fetched, there is scientific evidence which suggests that sun gazing basically provides human beings with super-human abilities!
As a matter of fact, even Nikola Tesla suggested that such abilities are possible: “My idea is that the development of life must lead to forms of existence that will be…
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