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How to Become a Breatharian: Steps and Considerations

Intro:

Breatharianism, the practice of living with minimal food and relying primarily on prana (life energy), is a controversial and unique lifestyle choice. While some claim to have successfully adopted this lifestyle, it is crucial to approach it with caution and a thorough understanding of its challenges. Unlike in the past, modern breatharian initiations are taught by experienced practitioners who have adapted this lifestyle and introduced it to the West. As one of these few teachers, I aim to provide a comprehensive overview to help you jumpstart your breatharian practices. However, this article does not replace a proper breatharian group initiation, where the highest success rates are observed among practitioners who wish to explore and adopt this lifestyle.

SUMMARY: How to Become a Breatharian: Steps and Considerations Before Your Pranic Initiation

What are the steps to become a breatharian?

Step 1: Educate Yourself
Before embarking on the path to breatharianism, thoroughly understand the concept. Research extensively, read books, watch documentaries, and study the experiences of self-proclaimed breatharians. Be aware of the scientific skepticism and health risks associated with this practice. Prepare yourself by practicing intermittent fasting and prolonged water fasts to understand the social challenges breatharians experience.

Step 2: Assess Your Health
The breatharian lifestyle is very healthy, but the initial months after your group initiation can be emotionally and physically challenging. If you are not mentally stable, this practice is not for you, as it will remove the last grounding line—food. If you have any eating disorders, it is better to heal your relationship with food before embarking on this journey.

Step 3: Transition to a Plant-Based Diet
Begin by transitioning to a plant-based diet. Gradually eliminate animal products, processed foods, and other heavy foods. Focus on consuming fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and whole grains. This step helps cleanse and prepare your body for the more restrictive phases ahead.

Step 4: Practice Fasting
Introduce intermittent fasting into your routine. Start with short fasting periods and gradually increase the duration as your body adapts. Fasting resets your digestive system and provides insights into how your body responds to reduced food intake. It also has many healing properties, with people often reporting a heightened sense of being, increased focus, and longevity.

Step 5: Incorporate Pranic Practices
Engage in practices believed to increase your pranic energy, such as meditation, yoga, tai chi, and qigong. Regularly practicing these disciplines can help you become more attuned to the concept of living on prana. Spending time in nature and doing activities you love will also enhance the flow of prana in your body.

Step 6: Hydration and Liquid Diet
Experiment with transitioning to a liquid diet by consuming only juices, broths, and water. Ensure you remain hydrated and monitor your body’s reactions closely. This phase is crucial for further preparing your body for the possibility of living without solid food.

Step 7: Gradual Reduction of Liquid Intake
Slowly reduce your intake of liquids. Approach this step with extreme caution and under the guidance of an experienced mentor or practitioner. Listen to your body and be vigilant for any signs of distress or malnutrition.

Step 8: Embrace Breatharian Practices
If you feel ready and have experienced positive outcomes from the previous steps, you may attempt to fully embrace breatharianism. This involves regular meditation, spending time in nature, and focusing on pranic nourishment. Stay connected with a supportive community and seek guidance from experienced breatharians.

Can anyone become a breatharian?

Almost anyone who feels an inner call can join a breatharian initiation to test their abilities, mindsets, and body. Those wishing to continue will receive the necessary tools, while others can stop at any time. Practitioners need to be over 18 years of age and have a stable mental state.

Can breatharianism be practiced temporarily or intermittently?

Yes, breatharianism can be practiced intermittently, similar to maintaining physical fitness. For the most significant benefits, it is recommended to commit to at least three consecutive months following your initiation. This period jumpstarts your body, detoxes it, and facilitates deeper healing, making it easier to transition in and out of the breatharian state.

Conclusion: Becoming a breatharian (requirement)

Becoming a breatharian requires careful consideration, preparation, and ongoing monitoring. It is a transformative approach to life, involving a fundamental change in understanding your body and belief systems. Only pursue a pranic initiation if you feel genuinely drawn to it, not from a desire to be special or unique. Those who become breatharians often report expanded awareness, enhanced physical abilities, and a cleaner consciousness

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