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Watch this 7 minute video from Natural News TV which shares one man’s experience with Sun Gazing. Learn how Magnus Mulliner, of the UK, has been sun gazing since 2005 and has experience many remarkable benefits – including eye sight improvement. Magnus Mulliner’s eyesight has improved from 20/20 to 20/12 feet – the U.K. equivalent of improving from 6/6 to 6/3.8 meters. Mangus has tested his vision regularly since sun gazing and noticed that his eyesight continues to get stronger. The world record for best eyesight is 6/3.5 meters. In a few years, maybe Magnus can break this record!

Sungazing – The benefits! video

Uploaded 10/26/2010 6:02:42 AM by MagnusMulliner
Natural News TV

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Hi Folk’s in this recording I remind you how to sungaze and reap the benefits.

Starting with the benefits – increased Pineal gland (The pineal gland (also called the pineal body, epiphysis cerebri, epiphysis or the “third eye”) is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It produces the serotonin derivative melatonin, a hormone that affects the modulation of wake/sleep patterns and seasonal functions. Its shape resembles a tiny pine cone (hence its name), and it is located near the centre of the brain.), increased serotonin and melatonin production, improved eye sight!

If you think about it for millennia we’ve lived with this wonderful light force. In fact the sun has never been our enemy causing us harm, unless like all things in life we don’t find our own BALANCE. Too much not good, too little not good either.
I’ve been sungazing for over five years and have found it very therapeutic. My invite is for you to make time and give it a go… There will be low or no UVA/B rays during the first hour the sun rises and the last hour it sets. These are the times you can look/stare at your SUN.

Stand straight up in a neutral posture, hands by your side. Breathe in fully and deeply through your nose and out through your nose too and stare directly at your SUN.

If you’ve never stared at the sun before then only practice this for 10 seconds day one, day two, 20 seconds, day three 30 seconds and so on. That means each time you create the opportunity to stare at the sun during the first or last hour it is in the sky increase your time period by 10 seconds. It doesn’t matter if you miss a day or so.

I have found that it makes me feel phenomenal. I’m told it will increase the size of my pineal gland and it allows the full spectrum of colours through into my body.

Wearing sunglasses in my opinion damages your whole body. It’s NOT COOL and as I stated in this recording, NOT being able to look at your sun without screwing up your eyes due to its brightness could mean

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7 Comments

cd2012 said:

on October 28th, 2010

I would encourage people who want to try sungazing to remember it has to be done barefoot on sand or dirt, not just sitting in your car with shoes on!!!

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Mary Hession said:

on October 28th, 2010

This video wouldn’t play for me!?!

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SunYogi Reply:

Right now, the Natural News TV website is down. When the get back online, the video will work again. The video worked a few hours ago, so stop back soon.

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Mary Hession said:

on October 29th, 2010

Thanks Lincoln ~ got it! 🙂

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anderson said:

on June 5th, 2011

What is the advantage of stading barefeet on the dirt, sand or gravel? Do you really have to remove your shoes to achieve the benefits?

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experienced said:

on September 2nd, 2011

First hand experience” gazing at sun will give a good feeling. However it will cause damage called “Solar retinopathy” You will experience haloes and vision will be impaired. When you rush to the ophthamologist he will look at you an impression that surely you have lost your mind. So be very very carefull

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SunYogi Reply:

It is important to follow the sun gazing instructions given by Hira Ratan Manek and gaze only a sunrise or sunset when the sunlight is comfortable on the eyes. Also do not stare intensely at the sun, but rather soften the gaze to allow the light to diffuse over the field of vision. If the sun is difficult to gaze at or feels too strong then a person can close the eyes and face the sun.

I do appreciate that you have shared your feedback. After all we are searching for truth. However, contrary to your own experience many sun gazers have experienced measurably improved vision as well as psychological benefits. I wish you the best. Shine on!

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