Note: I’m just throwing this up here for now before editing because my new book is referring to this process. So here it is.
The official 21-day initiation is divided into 3 sections, 1 week at a time, the first week the toughest as it is seven days without water, a dry fast. Impossible as it seems it is not, lost of people have reported success in being totally water-free from 7 or more days and I have done this process as my wife has too. So I have first-hand knowledge that this is doable.
Now, of course, there have been deaths of people trying this three-week process so I cannot recommend this process to anyone. I must state very clearly that this is not for everyone, not every single person can do this without severe health consequences or even death. You must be your best guide in this matter, only you can judge if you are capable mentally, emotionally and physically to complete this crazy thing that you have been educated in completely the opposite way. Don’t get me wrong here, you need water to survive but the idea here is that we have water inside of us that. We tap into when we don’t take it orally. It is taken from the atmosphere and taken from deep inside your cells. It is my opinion that is is the most powerful transformative effect, the sucking out of the old water out of the body. This water contains the past memoirs of limiting conditions, bad habits, phobias and the like. This water has memory, a memory that may no longer be required to live in a new frequency of a purified you, in a new timeline of heart-centered living – we live easily, forgiving yourself and others for everything. Living closer to the heart the mind and to the life one is living. Only if you realized that you are not the person that you thought you were, perhaps not so loving and forgiving as your image might have projected to yourself and to others. This can be shocking at first and be revealed at the same time and the best part of the whole thing as the following two weeks are spent the same way, but you can have juice, but still isolated and introspective all the same. The second week is devoted to healing and the third to the transformation itself.
In describing the 210day process I will take from 3 different and distinct sources, the original, Jasmuheen, the new, Ray Amor and the direct, me and my wife. However, I’ll not go into the personal details of the process as this would take a whole book to cover the topic in any detail so I will keep this short to the brief experience to the procedure itself.
First I will begin with how I approached this breatharian initiation.
Pre-Process: I cut out eggs and dairy out of my diet completely 2 months before the first day. During those two months the calorie intake was reduced every few days from 2 meals a day to 2 smaller meals per day to raw vegetables and fruit to raw fruit to fruit juice to water only. I was taking only water about 11 days before the first day. This is a little extreme compared to the other methods and I cannot recommend this to anyone. If you ask me if it was difficult I would say yes, the most challenging thing that I have done so far but on the other hand it was automaticly flowing from being inspired, being free, feeling the possibility of such clarity of thought and heart. And day by day got easier, it was almost easier to do the water fasting than the reduced calorie dies as I was resolved to not be taking any food at all. My body was used to it and adapted to my energy level was getting pretty low by the time I entered the first day of the process. I remained inspired by reading books on Breatharianism, blogs, and even videos on youtube on the same topic. Connecting, at least mentally, with those who had done this before. One movie that really put me in the mood for this process is called “In the Beginning There Was Light”. During this pre-process it was not my intention to do the 21-days process, I was just feeling it day by day. I felt better with less in my intestines, felt my heart opening up, my ego not in control anymore in place of that something gentle took over. This was easy because I was becoming more gentle as I was weaker naturally. One thing led to another and after watching the above movie I resolved to go ahead and do the breatharian process as prescribed by Jasmuheen’s book “Living on Light” which I had encountered indirectly in 2000 when I met someone who had tried and failed at the process. Then I met Jasmuheen in 2010 in India and got a jolt of energy as I listened to her talk about being a breatharian and how it is possible to live on prone only without taking physical food. I know I will loose some people here. That’s fine. If this seems impossible then it is so there is no need to read further. However, if you do feel something inside kicking you in the gut saying that this may have some degree of truth to it. Then keep on it. At that time I bought her book “Food of the Gods” but didn’t read it until 5 years had passed. And then I read it’s predecessor, “ Living on Light”. And two years later did the process. I didn’t come in contact with Ray Mao’s material until after the process, but I found his take very insightful as did my wife as she didn’t take much to Jasmuheen as I did but rather got inspired by Ray Amor which was the significant contributing factor that leads to taking on the process. Of course, when I didn’t die from it she got confirmation that it was possible and wanted to join her husband in the band of frequency and she did.
Back to the process, the first week: no water is taken, no water through the mouth. The only water I directly came in contact with was just a shower in the morning. I didn’t even brush my teeth which here clean enough anyway after a long water fast. The first four days are significant because you are supposed to die after 3 days of no water, die of dehydration, but I didn’t and urinated 3 times per day in spite of not taking any liquid whatsoever. During these first days, I stayed in one small cabin 15 by 15 feet with some music and audiobooks with inspirational material. However, I stop listening to novels because they had scenes describing food and I found it created some desire in me that otherwise would not be there.
To be continued…