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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Interview with a young Polish yogi - White Flame.

"When you're standing barefoot on the earth, your desires and your life aspirations change. You will look at the world differently. You eliminate confusion, ridding yourself of feelings of pressure and the race for something. You begin to feel the unity of life and the pulsing of the whole universe within you". - White Flame (Samuel)

My road to inedia

I recently interviewed a very interesting young man and, to be honest, I admire him. From the first meeting "The White Flame", because that's who I'm refering to, aroused in me a great interest. Not just because, even in winter, he walks barefoot, but because he leads a life so different than the rest of society ... I saw passion and authenticity in what he does .... I saw his burning, firey spark, the White Flame.

The man I interviewed was Samuel known as White Flame.

Krystyna: Please, introduce yourself.

Samuel: Hey there. I’m Samuel and I’m the author of few blogs on the Internet around the topics of pranic
nourishment and healing with fire. I’m just a normal guy, who dedicated his life to yoga and mind
purification practices. From my education level – I’m a musician and a composer.

K: Your new name „White Flame", why and what does it mean?

S: That nick name isn’t really new, I’m using it for about 10 years or so.
I don’t remember exactly when I used it for the first time. I remembered once that when I was about 17 years old, I had a dream of an older woman, probably a Master, asked me: “have you ever seen the white flame”, then I forgot completely about this dream, and I remembered years later when I was already using this nick. For me it is an American Indians name, a shamans name, that exactly matches to what I do in life, it is just perfect one for me.
I heal, cleans myself and others with fire, candles, fire is one of my basic and fundamental medications, which lift me up back on my own feet straight in life after a series of traumas and some other people as well.
Flame – means the fire, White – means using it for sacred and spiritual purposes (like shifting our consciousness and deepening our meditation) and healing.
The White Flame doesn’t do much in life, it just is there and burns calmly and tries to lights up some darkness around, burns the evil around, which was my wish to do so, I have been placed on earth to generate the Maharishi Effect, which means calming down the world through meditation and cleansing people. There are different invisible beings sometimes working through me, some times I only do things for my own  enlightenment, which achieving the state of Buddha is my most important aim . I believe that, cleansing one persons aura I really help a dozen or so people connected emotionally to that person, generating a domino effect in the society, it creates peace in families, greater relaxation in places of great tension. I try shifting
awareness of people to a more subtle level and less aggressive states.

K: What is Pranarianism?

S: I don’t really know if there is an officially existing word like that, rather not but it circulates around the web among some people. However it reflects exactly what I’m doing and that’s why I like to use it. Shortly speaking for me it is “ an ability to nourish the body with etheric energies (existing in the nature), absorbing them and converting them in the body, which can lead sometimes to life without the need of solid food”. But I promote prana absorption techniques indifferently if someone eats or not. Prana is the key, not the “not eating” called inedia. That’s only my personal definition, everyone has his own different one.
A very popular name relating to his topic is the word “breatharianism”, which I don’t really like as it
is very misguiding and doesn’t contain the essence what it should have, a part somehow relating
it to prana, and prana we absorb from the environment in different ways not only through air, the
“breath” in the word and breathing process, and definitely the techniques which I use are not only
breathing techniques (so called pranayamas). The topic is much more wider than that. It is not
only living on air!
Another name for this phenomenon is “Living On Light” or “Living In Light” and here we have an
imprecision . Some people associate living on light with living on sunlight and sun gazing and
some with living on spiritual “liquid light”, the HOLY SPIRIT which is something different than the
sun and etheric energies existing in the nature. So if we think of living on the sun, it is equal to
pranarianism or at least one of it’s elements, as sun gazing is one of our feeding techniques. If
we think of channelling down energy from spiritual sources, different higher dimensions, that is
something different. In Huna, the energy in the nature is called MANA, and the spiritual energy
MANA MANA. The difference is like in the Bible, SPIRIT of the nature and HOLY SPIRIT of GOD
send down to us from the heavens. I practice both methods, but recently I started to concentrate
more on feeding myself like a plant, including absorbing the energy from the sun, air, earth and
other plants/trees too, which hasn’t been really presented yet publicly properly.

K: Bear footing...

S: Walking bear feet is one of the conditions the techniques I describe to work properly and a beautiful natural experience. It is the most natural thing for our body, for me shoes are almost a crime for our bodies, because their gum sole isolated the body for the earth electromagnetic field which often leads to different kind of sicknesses. Bear foot walking unifies us with the earth and makes our mind/brain function much better and is fundamental for energy feeding. If you don’t have the conditions to walk bear feet, nourishing with prana will never be proper and we’ll feel discomfort.

K: Do you always live on prana?

S: Paradoxically no, and that is also my principle – no strict discipline!!! I once wanted it like that ,
but I understood that it’s not the proper way. Why? It is logical. Every type of feeding the body,
activates different organs for it. Contrarily to a typical human being who strains his digestive
system and stomach eating at least 3 times per day a heavy mix of different stuff, that saying it
simply – makes him sick, and leading to the atrophy of all pranic abilities totally, I try to use and
develop all the systems quite evenly. An average person has a huge part of his brain blocked, the
most subtle canals are slimed because of overeating and lack of fasting in modern culture. The
whole body is destabilised because of eating. But you can also strain the organs responsible for
pranic nourishment as well, if you use only them, so it good to use the stomach from time to time.
Maybe once per week, or per month for example.
People who totally left eating for pranic nourishment, had their stomach shrink completely, and I
have also experienced that myself. It’s a very funny feeling when you feel as if you didn’t have a
stomach :) But I like my stomach, and I will use it from time to time. It is part of this experience on
earth, of human body experience. I have the right to use it, whenever I want to experience the
taste of different foods, sweetness of fruits etc. But I don’t strain it!! When I eat, I make it simple
for the body: I eat mono-type foods at one time, I don’t mix, I don’t join to many substances in
one meal, just one, no spices to cheat the body to put worthless unfresh crap into it. I don’t make
the digesting process hard for the body, I don’t overload it with different chemical rubbish, just
mostly fruits in their natural fresh form guided by intuition.
When I’ll lose the interest in experiencing tasting here on earth, I may move my consciousness to
a different body, similar to a so called gray who doesn’t have a digestive system and doesn’t eat.
A different thing is that I exist in a human society, and people do eat, they eat all the time, and the
whole living is constructed on the base of eating. When I stop eating, I lose connection to people,
I lose interest in this world, my mind floats away somewhere else, I enter a different mind wave
frequency. Unfortunately, on my level of evolution, my survival in this world is based on
connections with people and there is always some business to do. When I meditate in isolation, I
chose to feed with prana, because I have a brighter mind then and a better connection to myself
and for example a chance to heal something in my body through detoxification.

K: How does your feeding life style look like when you’re not living on prana?

S: Because I practice meditation, mainly at home, and not in the forest like Buddha ( also in a
different climate) it cancels my chances of nourishing with energy constantly. When I’m in the
bush, for example in a tropical climate, feeding with energy becomes really easy and simple, and
just comes naturally without any programming or so. Then I have a lot of energy. For example: 2
weeks without any food, walking 10km on sand bear feet, carrying a really heavy bag, not feeling
tired just enjoying really the walk in the suns heat, not really sweating, no thirst. Full connection
with the earth, feeling of unity with everything. Just joy.

 I did practice living totally on divine-spiritual energy, closing myself totally for the nature, and it allowed me to for example: a whole month to work 8 hours a day in a very busy office environment among lots of people, without starring at the sun as I didn’t have time for that, (walking out of home before sunrise, and getting back after sunset), without any hunger, without barefoot walking, sometimes lifting heavy objects, without being weak. But I did feel I was straining a part of my body and I felt discomfort with that. My body didn’t call for food, I wasn’t hungry at all, but it started to beg me to shut down that part at the top of my head/brain that was responsible for the converting the energy and hugely opened and grew. I felt as if I had a gigantic cone above my head and it was beautiful in some sort of way. It was a strain and I learned a lot through this experience. I ate some fruits, the brain shut down ( I literally saw the 7th chakra close down) to a relief to me as the pain of overusing went away, as if I
had run a marathon, and the cone disappeared. If I do this technique again when there is no sun for a longer time, the cone appears again.

- this image shows what I mean, the shape above the head, this is a reality, after a longer time of
divine nourishment in our aura we can observe such shape.
So, if I have a normal life at home, writing for several hours on the computer in a closed room –
which in fact leads the body to shut down the chakras and the absorption of energy from the
nature activating the stomach more, I try to live a way like this:

- in the morning – a session/ meditation, channelling the divine energy, that is my breakfast and
most important food ever, after which I feel well and feel love to everything, love is also
nourishment. I also spend many hours on purification stuff

- some times if the weather is nice and I get up early and then it looks different.
I do watch the sunrise for about 45 min. If not, it maybe the sun set, at least an hour on fresh air
searching for the sun. Sun is very important for me and keeps me in balance. I try to undress
myself to get half naked if possible, and I practice sun gazing bear feet naked. Exposing the skin
to sunlight, for me it is nourishment, we get energy through this. Looking at the sun is a beautiful
experience and gives me enthusiasm to work.
If there is no sun, I try to get the energy from practising qi gong exercises under trees, which also
works great, sometimes better than sun gazing.

- later, if I have a day outside, in the nature, for example working/ spending time in my tipi, that
would be enough for the day, and I rather won’t eat

- if I’m at home, I mean a solid wall building isolated from the earth, then I feel discomfort if I
spend there most of the day, I may start to eat some fruits and juices or nuts. That’s how it works
for me, everyone has it different ;)

Now important: - if I work with my mind, with a client or myself, if I do a past life regression for
example, pulling out heavy emotional content from the mind, some times from deep past, and I’m
going through experiencing heavy emotions, even very wild feeling, this may push me
sometimes to emotional eating, eating stuff which is actually resonating in that moment with those
emotions. Mind purification is always more important for me than my inedia or not. I don’t care if
then I allow myself to temporally eat as this also discharges and lets go of tension too, and is a
part of the cleansing process. It’s like Buddha eating rice to the surprise of his pupils. So if after
the session my body says: “I want a bread” or something I belief is even toxic, that I would
normally never eat, I will give that to it, because releasing pressure on myself is also therapeutic,
and I see this kind of way of releasing emotional mind content as done properly, and eating
something also may trigger a hidden part of a suppressed content of our subconsciousness which
gets dissolved through awareness (however I would never eat meat).
It is like smoking a cigarette to smother something in us temporarily. Working with mind
purification such situations do happen and it is quite normal for people to eat after regressions.
But it’s just emotional eating from not working out all of the topics in life yet and doesn’t last long.

- if I’m in the bushes, or forest or just in the nature somewhere, I usually try to take the full
advantage of it, from the opportunity to feed myself totally easily without any food supporting my
body detoxification this way, and so I rather don’t eat at all, without any symptoms hunger or
For me, all the written above, just sounds logical and doesn’t lead to straining anything in the

K: Samuel, thank you very much for the interview. I still have many questions, and I hope that once again you will open the door and share your new experiences and knowledge. I wish that the White Flame burns forever in your heart and leads you to the path that is chosen for you!

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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

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Monday, January 04, 2010

Her life is happy...

From: Chicago Reader

How to Get Gigs
Roberta Brown not only plays the Walnut Room at Macy's for free - she bought the piano.

Roberta Brown
by Deanna Isaacs

If you ever ate at Big Shoulders Cafe, the restaurant that used to occupy a bay-windowed corner of the Chicago History Museum, you've probably heard Roberta Brown play the piano, because that used to be her gig. When she reminded me of it, I remembered how intense the music was there, how the sound reverberated off all the hard surfaces. She says she got that job after she walked in one day to pick up a couple of Latin School kids for their private lessons and couldn't resist the unoccupied piano.

"They never let me leave," she says. "I was there every day for lunch, for 12 years." The restaurant didn't pay her, but it fed her, and she brought in her own, much better piano—an 1894 Collard & Collard concert grand ("Elton John has the only other one," she claims). But then in 2005 "they had a $27 million renovation and there was no more music and no [real] cafe."

Even though the museum eventually opened the North & Clark Cafe in the same space, the Collard & Collard concert grand remains parked with a friend who has a roomier apartment than hers. But you can still hear Brown play. Her new venue is the Walnut Room at Macy's, which is where I introduced myself to Brown. I've pretty successfully avoided Macy's since it ousted Marshall Field's in 2005, but on a recent Sunday afternoon I had my favorite nine-year-old in tow, and a nine-year-old's December only comes around once.

Damned if the old store didn't look spectacular, all gussied up for the holidays in sparkling silver and Macy's blazing scarlet. Macy's has struggled on State Street, where a dauntless band of boycotters has been handing out flyers and buttons on weekends. But the wait for a Walnut Room table was an hour and a half. We settled for seats at the adjacent wine bar, with a partial view of the 45-foot tree and the fairy princesses in silver gowns and tiaras who were working the room. It was alive with a festive buzz, and with the anthems of the season coming from what looked like a baby grand piano.

The woman at the keys looked like somebody's granny, or maybe Mrs. Claus, her long white hair topped with a sequined visor and her belongings—coat, shopping bags—stashed nearby, as if she'd just come in off the street. A tip jar was perched prominently on the piano's lid. "Is that a customer?" I asked our server, who told us this story in response: There used to be a piano dealer in the store who loaned the shiny grand to the Walnut Room for special events. Then the store was sold and the dealer left, but the piano was still there. The staff thought the dealer had forgotten it, and called to remind him. That's when they learned to their surprise that Brown had purchased it to give to the store. "She bought it for the Walnut Room," said the server, "and we let her play it whenever she wants."

Brown says she'd been playing at Sunday brunch before Macy's bought the store. After the purchase the brunches went the way of the Field's name, but she wasn't going to let that stop her. "My art is my life, and my life is my hobby," she says, "and whatever I want to do, I do."

Brown is an octogenarian and a lifelong Chicagoan. Her mother emigrated from South Africa, her father (who became a successful men's shoes wholesaler) from Poland, and she and her younger brother were raised in a six-flat in Wicker Park. One side of the family was seriously musical, and the children were sent to the American Conservatory of Music in the Loop for lessons. Brown took piano there three times a week from the age of six. When it came time for high school, she took the train to Austin High because it had the best music program in the city. She went downstate to the University of Illinois for two years, then transferred to Roosevelt University's Chicago Musical College, where she studied with pianist and conductor Rudolph Ganz. By the time she graduated she had enough piano students of her own that she didn't need to look for a job.

She was in her early 20s when a mutual friend introduced her to "a fine young man from a good Hyde Park family." They kept company for about a year and then announced their engagement. But with plans under way for a big wedding at the Ambassador West Hotel, the bride began to think better of it. The daughter of a great cook, she'd never done anything in the kitchen and didn't want to. She saw herself as a professional, not a domestic. And then there was the family thing: "I love children," she says, "but I knew I'd rather teach them than raise them." Three weeks before the event, with invitations out to 300 people, she called it off. And though there've been other people in her life since (Irv, the steady for 12 years; Arthur, the orthodontist who moved to San Francisco), there's never been one she wanted to live with. She moved into an apartment in the Imperial Towers on Marine Drive when it opened in 1962 and she's lived there solo ever since. Nearly half a century, she says, and "my oven has never been turned on."

Don't waste your time thinking that might be a little lonely: Brown says her life has been completely happy and totally stress free precisely because there were no husbands to deal with or children to raise. And except for a little bout with skin cancer a decade or so ago that forced her to give up her daily bicycle trips downtown, she's been the picture of health. She chalks that up to vitamins and good eating: a sugar-free, salt-free diet also recently divested of white flour and pasta under the guidance of her friend Victor—nutrition maven and 34-year Lincoln Park doorman.

It couldn't have hurt that she's never worked for anyone but herself, and that the only work she does is what she loves: teaching the piano and playing it, along with a little fashion design, garments in her own glitzy style made for her, she says, by "artists" in India or Italy that she sells to people she knows. Never interested in becoming a concert pianist ("They have to practice 14 hours a day. It's a very introverted life," she says), she plays weddings and parties in the city's private clubs and homes; among the most memorable, she says, was the 80th birthday of former CSO conductor Georg Solti. Her adult students have included the likes of John Marshall Law School professor Ronald Smith, who says he told her up front that he wanted to play Scott Joplin and then they set out on a decade of Czerny and Bach.

Brown says the piano she bought for the Walnut Room is actually digital, designed to look and sound like a traditional grand but more affordable. She's not sure what her hours will be after the tree comes down January 11, but till then, from about noon to 3 PM weekdays and 11 AM to 4 PM Saturday and Sunday, you'll find her there. v

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Saturday, December 19, 2009

Jezus The Healer - Film Trailer

"Jesus The Healer" is a film based on the Dead Sea Scrolls' accounts of Jesus' discourses on health and longevity. These suppressed teachings of Jesus regarding health offer simple truths about how we can live long and vital lives!
Starring Marcus Patrick Osborne, ("I do..I did", "Days of Our Lives") as Jesus.

Producer Storm Talifero combines valuable information with epic beauty and compelling story-telling.

It is new film production, they are currently working on...
"Jesus" is Marcus Patrick Osborne.

More info at http://www.thegardendiet.com/jesus
Jezus The Healer - more Trailers

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Raw cacao...

Photo from Wikipedia Wikipedia

Mike Adams, author of the great book, The Illusion of Disease, the Health Ranger, editor of NaturalNews site: http://www.naturalnews.com/
Mike explores delicious raw cacao (chocolate) trees in the rainforest of Ecuador:

(NaturalNews ) Are you one of the rare individuals on this planet who does not like nor ever craves chocolate at some point in your life? But, if you are like most of the Western world, have you ever wondered why chocolate can be so addictive, apart from its rich sweet lingering taste? Well, it has to do with your brain chemistry and brain chemicals known as neurotransmitters.

What are neurotransmitters? They act like messengers or little power-brokers that run around in our brain telling the body what to do. They orchestrate our moods, influence our thought patterns, and affect our energy levels, states of alertness, concentration and drowsiness.

So what does chocolate and neurotransmitters have in common? Chocolate affects the brain by causing the release of certain neurotransmitters which can trigger emotions, one of which is euphoria; maybe that's why it is so desirable?

The health-benefits of chocolate have been known to us for some time now, but there is more to chocolate that we need to know. For instance, did you know that chocolate and cacao are not the same? True, there is a clear distinction between commercial chocolate which has no health benefits and organic dark chocolate, ideally with no added sugar. Yet if you're a chocolate lover, consider small amounts of raw cacao as a better option.

The reason why raw cacao is the best choice for healthy benefits is because raw cacao contains the very popular antioxidants (anti-aging guys) that make raw cacao a superfood. But there is more to know than just this.

Let's have a look at raw cacao:

Cacao is derived from Theobroma Cacao beans, which literally means "Food of the Gods". Cacao contains over 300 compounds including: protein, fat, carbohydrates, fiber, iron, zinc, copper, calcium and magnesium. Magnesium helps to build strong bones and is a muscle relaxant associated with feelings of calmness. Cacao is also high in sulfur, which helps form strong nails and hair.

More: http://www.naturalnews.com/022610_cacao_chocolate_raw_cacao.html

Everything about chocolate and cacao: http://www.naturalnews.com/cacao.html

Saturday, November 14, 2009


Any frustration you have is simply the result of wrong thinking.

If you were thinking rightly you could not possibly
imagine that anything was going 'wrong.' You would
know that nothing in the Universe is working against
By definition, given Who You Are, this is

Move, then, to gratitude when you encounter your
frustrations. And see every event as an Opportunity.

Neale Donald Walsch - author of Conversations with God

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

14 Ways to Prevent Swine Flu

posted by Dr. Frank Lipman author of "Total Renewal: 7 Key Steps to Resilience, Vitality and Long-Term Health"

Don’t know whether or not to get the H1N1 vaccination? You might want to read some of these precautions before you sign up for the shot. If you’re opting for other ways to dodge the flu, here are 14 tips to boost your immunity and stay healthy this flu season.

1. Optimize your vitamin D level. Adequate levels of vitamin D are essential for our immune systems to function optimally. Unfortunately there are no significant dietary sources of vitamin D, most of our intake comes from exposure to sunlight. If you live far from the equator, you simply don’t get enough sun through Fall and Winter to make all the vitamin D you need. So unless you supplement during this period, your innate immunity will be compromised. vitamin D plays such a crucial role in so many aspects of your body’s functioning, that supplementing with it makes sense whether you decide to get the flu shot or not.

We know that influenza always gets worse during the winter months. Now there is good evidence to suggest that this is because as sunlight hours lessen during the winter, the people living in the northern hemisphere become vitamin D deficient and are susceptible to influenza infections of all kinds.

The current recommendations from the Food and Nutrition Board of the U.S. Institute of Medicine: from 200 to 600 IU/day depending on one’s age, are way too low.

These values were originally chosen because they were found to prevent osteomalacia (bone softening) and rickets. It is now recognized that vitamin D has many additional physiological functions, for which these levels are totally inadequate. A number of scientists are therefore calling for the Food and Nutrition Board in the U.S. and its counterparts abroad to reassess their current recommendations. Get your 25 hydroxy vitamin D level checked by your Doctor (if that is not an option, you can self test your level with ZRT labs)

Although the current normal range is between 20 and 50ng/ml, this is much too low for optimal health. You want your level to be between 50 and 70ng/ml.

This is the most important step you can take to prevent the flu! It may require a number of months taking 5,000 to 10,000 IU of vitamin D3 daily (especially during winter) under a doctor’s supervision, to optimize your blood level. Monitor your 25 hydroxy vitamin D status every three months until you are in the optimal range, then cut back to a maintenance dose of at least 2,000 IU a day.

2. Get adequate sleep. This is an indispensable requirement for a strong immune system.

3. Get adequate exercise. This keeps you robust.

4. Take actions to lower your stress levels.

Do breathing exercises, meditate, practice yoga, spend time doing something that makes you happy. Feeling spent, overwhelmed and or mentally run down has a causal relationship to your physical health.

Read more:
14 Ways to Prevent Swine Flue