Life from Light: Is It Possible to Live Without Food?: A Scientist Reports on His Experiences

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Life from Light: Is It Possible to Live Without Food?: A Scientist Reports on His Experiences

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‘My concern is not to persuade people that they should stop eating. My hope is that they will begin to change their way of thinking, including the way they think about eating and drinking’ - Michael Werner. In 1923, Therese Neumann, a nun in Southern Germany, stopped eating and drinking. Apart from the wafer given at Mass, she did not eat again, despite living for a further 35 years. Other similar cases have been reported over the years - often holy men from the East - and have taken on somethin

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  1. Lincoln says:
    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Add another breatharian book to your collection!, November 12, 2007
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    As a spiritual scientist (yogi) for many years, I am delighted to see that this book has been made available on the U.S. market. Dr. Werner’s hard science-minded approach to “living on light” is a beautiful contrast to the current small (and growing) group of more “spiritually-minded” light feeders - Jasmuheen, HRM, etc.

    Dr. Werner takes a very objective look at the process and ability of the human body to receive nourishment from the “light” - i.e., prana, chi, ki, orgone, etc. With a Ph.D. in Chemistry, Dr. Werner has himself subsisted solely on prana (and water, tea, etc) since the year 2000. By sharing his experience with the world, Dr. Werner is trying to open the “materialistically-addicted” minds of fellow scientists so that they too can see that we humans are spiritual beings as well.

    This book includes great information for the Western educated person as well as: transcript of a Dr. Werner lecture; Q&A w/ Dr. Werner; a 10-day hospital-run experiment in which Dr. Werner was kept in strict isolation and studied around the clock; personal experience from a dozen or so people that have also underwent the 21-day transition process; and a look into the future of science and spirituality.

    For anyone interesting in the future of human evolution (that is here now), this is a great book to have. Dr. Werner’s book is a perfect addition to the Jasumheen, HRM, Mantak Chia (parts of his work), and yogic books/videos that also teach these wonderous methods of living on light.

    Namaste.

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  2. Diogenes Laertius says:
    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    All life arises in the unseen spiritual realm, June 16, 2010
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    In 1935, 1912 Nobel prize winner Alexis Carrel wrote in MAN, THE UNKNOWN that there was no proof that even one molecule of food ever became part of any human being’s body. Michael Werner has now proved how right Dr. Carrel was.

    Theosophist Rudolf Steiner often made the same observation. When an acorn grows into an oak tree, the ground around the oak does not weigh any less, so where did the oak tree come from? The only answer is from the invisible ether, or whatever you choose to name that spiritual world.

    Scoffers like the one star reviewer (cited elsewhere here) cannot fathom the obvious exception that changes the current paradigm. But Michael Werner has proven them wrong, just like Catholic nun Blessed Therese Neumann did early in the 20th century.

    Anecdotal evidence points to poisoning as the reason Rudolf Steiner died so young. Steiner pointed people towards the truth in his lectures; viz., that metaphysics has primacy over physics at all times.

    Read LIFE FROM LIGHT with an open & inquiring mind, and make up your own mind about its truth. And let the scoffers weep, and gnash their teeth. Their day has indeed passed by.

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  3. Morgan Svensson "nirvana_oceans" says:
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Mind Opening book:), November 7, 2007
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    Morgan Svensson “nirvana_oceans” (Carson City, Nv) -
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    I had heard of a few people living on light in the past, but when I found out that a modern man, husband, father and scientist had done it for 6 years I was amazed! The book was great, it left me more curious about the subject and more open to the idea without being overwhelmed or afraid.

    I completely recommend it !

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