The topic for the following blog story was provided by Advisory Board Member, Avikal Gebhard.
There are people that live on light. There is a man who for 60 years has lived without water or food or energy. There’s another man who underwent a 21-day breatharian process in January 2001, and hasn’t eaten since. These are just a couple incredible accounts from the recent groundbreaking documentary film, “In The Beginning Was the Light” by Austrian filmmaker, P.A. Straubinger.
The documentary follows the phenomenon of “breatharianism” aka “living on light,” —human beings who can survive without food or fluid, over weeks, years and even decades. The film, only available in German (unfortunately), is based on certified reports of personal experiences, interviews and scientifically documented laboratory experiments.
Some of the individuals interviews featured include: Dieter Hochegger, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Marktl, Prof. Dr. Anton Luger, Univ. Doz. Dr. Ingrid Kiefer, Dr. Ruediger Dahlke, Jasmuheen, Walter “Omsa“ Rohrmoser, Dr. Michael Werner, Mataji Prahlad Jani, Dr. Sudhir Shah, Dr. V.N. Shah, Dr. Urmann Ohruv, Dr. Sanjay Metha, Hira Ratan Manek, Yuan Limin, You Xuande, Dr. TCM Qi Duan Li, Prof Dr. Gernot Pauser, Zinaida Baranova, Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hacker, Prof. Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp, PhD Dean Radin, Prof. Dr. Brian Josephson, Prof. Dr. Amit Goswani, Prof. Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Dr. Jakob Bösch, Prof. Dr. Robert Jahn.
There is a long tradition of people who can live on light alone. As Pear Program Director, Professor Dr. Robert Jahn says, “the mind is capable of producing effects, and that’s mindblowing.
More at the official “In The Beginning Was the Light” film web site & trailer.