Can refer to energy, life, or breath. In other traditions it is called chi or qui, and some call it Life Force.
Light sensing machinery transforms sunlight into body chemistry
Whether it comes from the sun, the stars, or our phones, we are often bathed in light. We use both natural and man-made light to help us get through modern life, and we’ve even figured out how to harvest its energy through the use of solar panels. But the ability to capture the energy in sunlight isn’t new to humans. In fact, it’s coded in our DNA. The human body is capable of building specialized proteins that transform light energy into chemical energy. One of these proteins, known as melanopsin, uses light energy to set our biological clock and may be involved in embryonic development. Continue reading “How DNA Helps Humans Harvest Energy From The Sun”
Breathariansim (the ability of being nourished by Prana) refers to the practice of sustaining oneself without the need for food. This concept is not new; in fact, for thousands of years, various cultures around the world have written of this ability. Continue reading “Scientific studies on Breatharianism-Tested in Hospitals”
“Throughout the history there have been many saints and sages who have been nourished by energy/light/prana. From the reports on Paracelsus, Zalmoxis and others who have had this gift hundreds of years ago, to the Hindu Yogis nourished by Grace (Giri Bala, Pralad Jani), to the nowadays increasing number of people reporting to have had this state, it is obvious that this phenomenon no longer to be ignored. Continue reading “How to Choose Your Pranic Path”
“Unlike any other life on Earth, these extraordinary bacteria use energy in its purest form – they eat and breathe electrons – and they are everywhere.Tick an electrode in the ground, pump electrons down it, and they will come: living cells that eat electricity. We have known bacteria to survive on a variety of energy sources, but none as weird as this. Continue reading “The Pranic Bacteria – Bacteria That Live On Pure Energy”
As I participate to all the pranic festivals that are created, I am in awe to see how wonderful these are manifesting in the subtle planes.
In case you might not know that, a pranic festival is an event where people who have had pranic experiences (not needing physical food as nourishment ) and also those who are interested in this reality gather together and share knowledge. So far, there have been festivals in California, Italy, Belgium, Romania and there are still to come in Spain, England, Hawaii and probably Japan (as far as I see). Continue reading “Pranic Portals”
The previous chapter of the Pranic World Book has covered the pranic diversity subject, and how everyone is unique in this journey, having his own blueprint and path on this pranic life. The interviews I made for the Pranic Consciousness Summit, encompassing more than 20 pranic specialists, have proven that. And for those of you who were wondering about my journey, well, my journey with prana has been weird, still, it’s interesting as a field of study. Continue reading “My Pranic Journey – Cristiana Eltrayan – Pranic World Book”
As I was writing about pranic detox methods in this previous article (which is a fragment of the new Pranic World book that I’ve begun to write) we have to take care of each of our systems – spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical – to be able to maintain the pranic levels high. And I was sharing that there is no universal recipe for everyone each one has his own, unique, blueprint and patterns. There are, however a few common guidelines than can help one maintain his high pranic levels while dealing with the daily rhythm. Continue reading “Pranic Divesity – How to Tap Into The Pranic Field”
At the end of the 19th century, Wilbur Atwater and Francis Benedict allegedly found evidence that the human metabolism essentially is the same as combustion in inorganic nature. Nearly hundred years later, their studies were replicated in the 1970s and 1980s with better instruments and measuring methods and suddenly the almighty Calorie Theory became flawed and even disproved.
Continue reading “An “unaccounted source” of energy nourishing the body? Science says yes”