sun gazingDid you know there is actual proof that a certain type of sun gazing is very good for your health!

When it comes to healing the body and over all health, the sun is extremely important. Just as important to our health as food and water.

The vitamin D from the sun rays is essential. But did you know that there are actually exercises you and I can do that will job start our immunity and boost our health?

Check this out. . .

The Sun Blinking Exercise, A.K.A. “Administering Sunbeams”

The first exercise is done by looking around the sun at the four points of the compass and blinking the eyes rapidly for 3-5 seconds. Look once to the north of the sun about a 15-degree angle above it while blinking the eyes for 3-5 seconds, then to the right (east), then below it (south) and finally to the left (west) of the sun itself. Again, don’t look directly at it, since the part of the retina that we want to irrigate with the UV rays and other rays from the sun exist on the side of the eyes, not in the center. This also helps prevent any damage to the eyes themselves, which is why it’s done before 9am and after 4pm in the evening when the sun is not too strong, but the amount of UV rays is quite sufficient to result in significant benefits.

The second exercise is a bit more advanced. Following the same rules as the previous exercise, were going to roll our eyes around the sun for 3-5 seconds clockwise, then pause, look away for a few seconds, then repeat the roll in the opposite direction, counter-clockwise. This method provides a more complete irrigation of the retina with UV radiation. Just be careful not to let the eyes look directly AT the sun as you move the eyes around it.

At first, these exercises might cause your eyes to water or throb. That is due to the epithelial cells being without sufficient UV rays for so long, as well as possible atrophy of the eye muscles, which is one reason that I like the eye rolling exercises the most, which have other benefits to vision by themselves.

 

 

 

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