Sun Gazing

Sungazing is a practice that includes gazing at the sun for nourishment or as a spiritual practice. W00t
Hira Ratan Manek is full of crap. Did you see all the things sun gazing is supposed to help with....
Here are a few from the description.

1. "a person can live just on solar energy for very long periods without eating any food."

2. "The method is used for curing all kinds of psychosomatic, mental and physical illnesses"

3. "as well as increasing memory power and mental strength by using sunlight."

4. "One can get rid of any kind of psychological problems"

5. "and develop confidence to face any problem in life"

6. "and can overcome any kind of fear including that of death within 3 months after starting to practice this method.

7. "one will be free from mental disturbances and fear, which will result in a perfect balance of mind."

8. "If one continues to apply the proper sungazing practice for 6 months, they will be free from physical illnesses"

9. "one can eventually win a victory over hunger, which disappears by itself thereafter."

10. "enables one to harmonize and recharge the body with life energy"

11. "invoke the unlimited powers of the mind very easily."

12. "allows one to easily liberate from threefold sufferings of humanity such as mental illnesses, physical illnesses and spiritual ignorance."
"Fossil rabbits in the Precambrian"
~ J.B.S.Haldane, on being asked to falsify evolution.
When people have a half baked understanding of the world around them, idiocies like these are the result. Most people know that the Sun is a giant ball of fire throwing out enormous amounts of energy. But they can't understand how much of that energy is received on Earth per square meter. If they did, they would know that "staring at the Sun" could be easily simulated by sitting in front of a bright bulb. Frauds like Hira Ratan Manek cash in on this ignorance. They make absurd logical connections like "the Sun is a giant ball of energy. If you stare at it, you absorb all of that energy".

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