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Why Vitamin D Supplements Are NOT the Same as Sunlight

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The assumption that vitamin D supplements will protect you against diseases associated with low vitamin D levels is incorrect, according to Australian researchers. The report found that vitamin D supplements are immunosuppressive and may actually make diseases worse.

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Surya Namaskar sequence

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Surya Namaskar is the famous Sun Salutation exercise of yoga. Traditional Surya Namaskar is a combination of movement and stretching asanas, combined with breathing pranayama, yoga bija mantras, chakra concentration, and bhakti devotion. Surya Namaskar was developed as a complete spiritual practice that integrates every major system of yoga. Surya Namaskar is considered by many experts to be the most complete exercise in the world.

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Runner’s Diet: Running on D

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The December 2009 issue of Runner’s World educated runner’s everywhere about the importance of vitamin D and athletic performance. Learn how vitamin D is necessary for bone health, reduced fatigue, improved athletic performance, reduced rate of injury, and muscle tissue and bone repair. Modern research is forcing athletes to embrace the sunlight and vitamin D if they wish to perform at peak levels.

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Kundalini Maha Yoga – Hita Nadi connects to the Sun

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In his book Shakti: An Introduction to Kundalini Maha Yoga, Shri Dhyanyogi Madhusudandas briefly mentions that the human being is connected to the sun via the energy channel called the Hita nadi. Shri Dhyanyogi Madhusudandas was a Kundalini Yoga master who performed miracles and lived to the age of 116.

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The Truth About Vitamin D Toxicity

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The Vitamin D Council was established to educate the public and professionals about Vitamin D Deficiency and its numerous associated diseases. This article answers the questions: Is Vitamin D toxic? How much Vitamin D is recommended?

This article has been removed from Sunlightenment.com at the request of the Vitamin D Council.

May we all one day learn to share our love, light, and knowledge as freely as the Sun, whom shares itself without restriction to all of life upon this planet.

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The Healing Power of the Sunlight: A Fourth Method of Using the Sunlight for Healing Purposes

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Jakob Lorber (July 22, 1800–August 24, 1864) was a Christian mystic and visionary who referred to himself as “God’s scribe”. He wrote that on 15 March 1840 he began hearing an ‘inner voice’ from the region of his heart and thereafter transcribed what it said. By the time of his death 24 years later he had written manuscripts equivalent to 10,000 pages in print, expecting and receiving no financial reward for his work.

The Healing Power of the Sunlight is one of Jakob’s books, which discusses the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of sunlight and ways to effectively use the sunlight for healing and spiritual awakening.

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Sun Gazette Newsletter – Issue 3

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The International Sun Imbibers’ Society released their second Sun Gazette Newsletter in Winter of 2006.

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Light Metabolism book excerpt

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In her book Foodwise: Understanding what We Eat and how it Affects Us, Wendy Cook explains how the human body metabolizes sun light using magnesium to bring light into substance and iron to release light back to energy.  Hemoglobin, found in human blood, is show to be similar to cholorphyll in plants.

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Lack of Sunshine Vitamin Linked to Cognitive Decline

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Research have linked vitamin D deficiency with cognitive impairment. A recent study shows that as levels of vitamin D goes down, cognitive impairment goes up.

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Possible 75% cancer mortality reduction with Vitamin D (video)

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In a new study, researchers used a complex computer prediction model to determine that intake of vitamin D3 and calcium would prevent 58,000 new cases of breast cancer and 49,000 new cases of colorectal cancer annually in the U.S. and Canada. The researchers’ model also predicted that 75 percent of deaths from these cancers could be prevented with adequate intake of vitamin D3 and calcium.

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Sun Gazette Newsletter – Issue 9

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Sun Gazette Newsletter – Issue 9

The 9th issue of The Sun Gazette newsletter (Summer 2009) has just been released by The International Sun Imbibers’ Society / Sun Center of Phoenix.

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Sunbathing : the Benefits are more than Skin Deep by Richard Hobday

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The June/July 2007 issue of Creations Magazine published an article by Richard Hobday on the benefits of sunbathing.  Richard Hobday is the author of The Healing Sun: SUnlight and Health in the 21st Century.

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Sun Gazette Newsletter – Issue 6

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The International Sun Imbibers’ Society released their sixth Sun Gazette Newsletter in Spring 2008.

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Akhenaten and the Hymn to the Sun

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Akhenaten, also known as Amenhotep IV, was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt. He ruled for 17 years and died in 1336 BC or 1334 BC. Akhenaten transformed Egypt when he abandoned traditional Egyptian polytheism religion and introduced a monotheistic religion that centered on the worship of the Aten or the Sun. Akhenaten’ s name means “Effective spirit of Aten” or “Spirit of the Sun”.

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Japanese method of Simplified Surya Namaskara with Reiki

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In Japan, a modified version of the yoga technique Surya Namaskara – the Sun Salutation – has been created for the elderly who face physical limitations and find it difficult to practice the 12 postures of the traditional Surya Namaskar of Sun Salutation. This blog post created by Shreedhar shares the 7 stages of Simplified Surya Namaskara.

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Eat the Sun (video)

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Released today, Eat the Sun is a film that follows one man’s journey of sun gazing. This videos features reknowned sun gazer Hira Ratan Manek, and shares insights from other practicing sun gazes in the United States.

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Hockey’s Chicago Blackhawks are the first vitamin D sports team

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In John Cannell’s Vitamin D Council newsletter, we learn that the remarkable success of the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks can be attributed to the entire team’s use of Vitamin D. Currently in Stanley Cup finals, the Blackhawks are at the top of the league after many disappointing seasons. If the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup championship, Vitamin D could become an important factor in every sports team’s success.

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The Healing Sun: How Common is Vitamin D Deficiency?

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The Healing Sun by Richard Hobday presents evidence showing an increase in disease with a decrease in sunlight exposure.  This article asks the question: How Common is Vitamin D Deficiency?

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Water, Cells and Life: Cells Act as Light-Driven Batteries

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Like plants, the human body not only needs water; it also needs sunlight. The near-infrared rays in sunlight actually penetrate your skin and structure the water in your cells. In this way, sun exposure plays an important role in your body’s energy production. As noted by Dr Pollack, cells actually act as “light-driven batteries.”

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Can Working Indoors Give You Skin Cancer?

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Contrary to what you may have heard, appropriate sun exposure actually helps prevent the fatal type of skin cancer, melanoma. In fact, melanoma skin cancer, has been found to decrease with greater sun exposure, and can be increased by sunscreens. In fact, indoor workers get three to nine times LESS solar UV exposure than outdoor workers get, yet only indoor workers have increasing rates of melanoma — and the rates have been increasing since before 1940. Read this informative article to dispel the many myths of melanoma skin cancer.

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Sunlight’s Healthy Rays Help Guard Against Autism

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Is the lack of healthy sunlight exposure and vitamin D in a child’s mother the cause of childhood autism? Mothers missing on the first source of vitamin D can affect their child’s health. Without a neurosteroid that depends on vitamin D, called calcitriol, prenatal children do not regulate brain development well enough to fully develop. The neurosteroid also protects against viral infections during pregnancy that can contribute to poor development.

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This website is dedicated to the free discemination of information on the healing powers of the Sun and the spiritual practices of Sun Gazing and Surya (Sun) Yoga. All information is given in the spirit of the Sun, whom shares its Light and Love without restriction. May all of humanity benefit from the enlightening energy of the Sun and the wisdom of all beings who share in this service of Sun Yoga.


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