In the last 30 years or so, even minimal sun exposure has been actively discouraged. Widely promoted by the MSM, fear of the sun has seeped into the consciousness of far too many people on this planet, driving them away from the one thing that can actually reduce their chances of disease.
Paramahansa Yogananda knew the true healing benefits of the sun. Not only did he encourage frequent sun baths in Autobiography of a Yogi, he understood the life-giving potential of the sun’s rays:
Except from chapter 39 of Autobiography of a Yogi:
Therese Neumann, the Catholic Stigmatist
Therese greeted me with a very gentle handshaking. We both beamed in silent communion, each knowing the other to be a lover of God.
Dr. Wurz kindly offered to serve as interpreter. As we seated ourselves, I noticed that Therese was glancing at me with naive curiosity; evidently Hindus had been rare in Bavaria.
“Don’t you eat anything?” I wanted to hear the answer from her own lips.
“No, except a consecrated rice-flour wafer, once every morning at six o’clock.”
“How large is the wafer?”
“It is paper-thin, the size of a small coin.” She added, “I take it for sacramental reasons; if it is unconsecrated, I am unable to swallow it.”
“Certainly you could not have lived on that, for twelve whole years?”
“I live by God’s light.” How simple her reply, how Einsteinian!
“I see you realize that energy flows to your body from the ether, sun, and air.”
A swift smile broke over her face. “I am so happy to know you understand how I live.”
While I think Vitamin D supplementation is helpful, I don’t think it’s quite as beneficial as soaking up the actual rays of the sun. I’m not talking about frying yourself; I’m talking about spending 15 to 20 minutes in the sun, three to four times a week.
I think the sun has the power to recharge our bodies in ways traditional science doesn’t yet comprehend. And I believe the power of the sun is behind the secret of yogis who are able to live without food and water for decades. Shine on!
Avoiding the sun’s rays is a misinformed trend causing global rise in cancers
By Marco Torres – Humans Are Free
A causative link between the sun and cancer does not exist and never has.
The cancer and sunscreen industries have made it their mission to convince the world that sunlight is a primary cause of skin cancer, when in fact it has been shown to prevent it and many other forms of cancer.
It is a common sight these days to come across girls riding their two-wheelers and scooties, all covered up to avoid the sun’s rays on their person.They even wrap a stole around their faces, so that not an inch of their face is seen, and wear gloves to keep the sun away from their skin.
Experts say that despite living in a tropical climate, it is unfortunate that many don’t expose themselves to the sun to get the RDA (recommended daily allowance) of vitamin D.
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