What is Sun Gazing?
Sun Gazing is better known as Solar Memory and Intuition Exercise by Dr. Ali Muhammad
The general purpose of this exercise is to improve memory. We will work with the energy of the Sun and its impact on our biology to accomplish the task. This ritualistic exercise is very ancient and mathematically accurate in accomplishing better performance of the
mind and brain. A general Indigenous Cosmological and anatomical explanation will follow from our Xi-Amaru Cosmology and Moorish Texts.
Upon a morning walk after at least 2 miles or other general exercise that can work to activate the lymphatic system through general walking running jumping jacks, jumping rope or some other exercise of choice find an open space on the earth preferably near a tree. Next find the Sun. The time should be between 10am-12pm preferably.
You are going to practice solar gazing with the left eye first then the right eye. Solar gazing is the act of staring into the corona (crown edge) of the Sun then directly into the Sun at a later time.
Why the left eye first? It is the eye that will be used to improve the functions of the right temporal and occipital lobes, and hippocampus, which deal with strengthening and tapping memory and intuition.
You will also practice deep breathing while doing this exercise. Breathing should be accomplished by breathing from the diaphragm not the chest. Get the breathes to 12 breathes a minute or lower.
Using your left eye you will stare into the corona of the Sun for 15 second intervals in sets of 16 which will cover 4 minutes (240 seconds) of exercise or 1 degree of 360 degrees of earth rotation. Do this for the first 7 days then increase until you can stare into the corona of the Sun without blinking for 1 minute 60 seconds in sets of 4 totaling 240 seconds. Do the same exercise with the right eye.
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