As I have wrote the previous article on this topic, there’s no same journey for 2 people and each one has his individual, distinct path. That is to say, this writing is not made for you to take it as a model but to see one of the possibilities that are available on a pranic path.
In the below video Victor Truviano presents a secret pranayama technique that he has received in meditation. Due to his state of consciousness,Victor is nourished by prana, without the need of taking physical food, since more than 9 years ago.
I haven’t been posting much lately on where I am on my pranic journey, as most people are referring on how little they eat (or not eat) and for me that is not the most important thing at the moment. But, since some of you are asking, here’s my last two years’ pranic journey, in brief:
Mary Magdalene, is said to be Jesus’ (Emmanuel’s) greatest disciple, the woman who, according to texts included in the New Testament, witnessed his crucifixion and resurrection and considered a saint. She’s been said to have lived for 30 years in a cave in France, until her death.