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cd2012 said:

on July 8th, 2010

Hi, do you know if there’re other Sungazers in San Diego, Ca?
Thank you.


SunYogi Reply:

No I do not. There are some sun gazing groups online. You should ask there. You can find the link at the top of my website. Click “GROUPS”


jookylim said:

on June 4th, 2014

gaze sun at 6,000 feet (1,828 meter) in a tropical country, Malaysia‏


Is UV high at 6,000 feet (1,828 meter) in a tropical country, Malaysia?
Is it safe to gaze sun at 6,000 feet (1,828 meter) in a tropical country, Malaysia?
It was stated that UV levels increase with altitude because there’s less atmosphere to attenuate the radiation.
Thank you.



SunYogi Reply:

Yes, it is safe to gaze at nearly any elevation. The best time to sun gaze is at sunrise and sunset. You can use devices, UV cards and websites to determine the UV Index at your location. It is best to sun gaze when the UV Index is low. A UV Index below 2.0 is best.


eva said:

on August 10th, 2014

new book Henri Monfort


vebop said:

on March 3rd, 2016

Can you sun gaze twice a day in order to make up for the days you cannot (ie.cloudy or rainy days)? Thanks.


Kathryn said:

on November 5th, 2017

Looking to chat with other sungazers, especially in australia


Francesca Reply:

Hello, Kathryn,
I am in the southwest of the United States, and have been watching the sun for about 2.5 years. As yet, I have not practiced with bare feet to the ground, as I mainly watch from sitting in my car.


Kathryn Whitbread Reply:

Hi Francesca,thanks for your response.
I have been sungazing for about two years, but not continuously – there have been weeks and sometimes months when I couldn’t do any. I am only up to 12.5 minutes but always do it barefoot. Not really sure if I could say that I’ve noticed any benefits just yet,however I really enjoy doing it when I can.
I live at Port Hughes on Yorke Peninsula in South Australia with my husband and dog.
Do you have any other contact with sungazers? And have you had improvements since you started SG?
Looking forward to your reply.
Cheers Kathryn


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