Re: Breatharianism, food, disease
Your basic question whether breatharianism is natural, necessary or human destiny can only be answered in relation to the one who asks. If you feel that this is your path, then it is likely to be true.at least for the time being. Another person with a different need and background will find little value in breatharianism. If subjected to not eating, he may actually succumb to starvation because that is what he believes it to be.
I closely observed a good friend of mine who was a breatharian for nearly two years. It is certainly possible to do that when your mind set supports this. It is hard to know, though, if consciousness supported by a breatharian body can be sustained ongoing given the instability and harshness being generated by current world affairs.
Eating food in our 3D experience has been a habitual need by humans and animals alike for thousands of years. During the Lemurian times, this was not always so. If many people in a given society receive their sustenance, energy, and lifeforce from within their own higher dimensional realms, eating food may become unnecessary. This is because the division between the physical body and its several light bodies is being bridged; they are consciously perceived as one. Hence, the physical body becomes infused with the divine qualities of the elements, which, in turn, prevents the body's erosion, aging and destruction.
Cleansing the physical body, emotional and mental bodies from impurtities and misconceptions is certainly a preconditon for this occur. And so is a change in collective consciousness. It is changing, but it my take a few more years before a shift is striking enough to refine the phsyical body to a point that it will be able to sustain these subtle energies without burning out. Breatharianism will certainly be in the cards for those who choose it.
At the moment, though, eating food is mainly an emotional expererience needed by most, either to bring forth and clear old karmic situations through illness, or to develop and deepen the sense of connection to, and love for, nature. Eating can be seen as just a "nuiscience," but it can also enhance and refine our sensory perception. It can be a great learning tool to understand and live by the laws of nature that govern this body, this world and the universe. Eventually, we will find that we are those laws.
There is value in everything and in all experiences. None of them are wrong, bad or useless. Breatharianism falls into that category as well.
With warmest regards