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Follow up on the post ‘A boy in Nepal has been meditating for 6 months’

After having received a comment where ghostbuster said that it’s not possible to live without water for so long, I decided to ask people who might have more knowledge to answer that question. Obviously, living for six months without food and water seems impossible.


One of people I’ve asked was Profiler, author of Psychic Blogger Chic. I have asked her opinion and also asked her to use her Remote Viewing abilities to ‘look’ into the case.

I have received the following reply from her:


… Thank you for your questions about the boy in Nepal and meditation. I focused my attention there and saw there is a large veil around this area. There is strong power there and they are very advanced in the use of mind powers to shield others from viewing. They, I suppose are the handlers that are referenced in the article. Beyond that, this boy has received some food and water and has not, as they say, fasted for 6 months. That said, I think we need to look at the bigger picture. Any time an event captures the minds of the masses, it creates a mass consciousness. That is always significant in the schedule of world events and usually marks a significant change to come. I think there is something significant happening here and all over. Whether or not this boy is the Buddha is of less consequence. He is clearly trying to focus our attention and the boy is certainly accomplishing that. Once he reaches critical mass, he will stop. His mission will have been accomplished. He’ll probably die and become a legend. In the meantime, much of the world will be come aware of the teachings of Buddha in a very experiential way. Cunning, isn’t it. …

So, the message is what important and not the way it is presented. The same opinion holds Joe, the other commenter to the post.

It’s also interesting to note that I have just today, without any connection whatsoever, stumbled upon an article about living on light and air where a man describes how can one (he) live without food. So, just maybe it is possible.

Link to the original post of the boy in Nepal meditating for 6 months without food or water

Latest update: The nepalese meditating ‘Buddha’ boy has disappeared

   

 

 

10 Comments

  1. I know people who can meditate for months without food or water, there are a fair few who can do this in India, it’s more common over there.

  2. the air contains everything a human being needs.
    it is the breath of life.

  3. As to food and water:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/3236118.stm

    Science says we cannot live without water. When I was going to schoole, science said protons, neutrons and electrons are the smallest particles.

    Science is not always wrong, but usually only partially correct.

  4. REALLY DIS IS UNBELIEVABLE…..I also dnt afree wid profiler… I dnt fink d boy’s fakin it all. Am nt contestin Profiler’s comments.. Jst 2 say dat it is a miracle n surely God has sent dis miracle 2 remind us of d importance of prayer… It shows dat iin dis Kali Yuga devotion stil exists..

    • If we study the great teachers of past and of preasent then we would understand that everything is energy, we and everything are all of one. What this boy is doing has been done before by others that understood the truth of what we are. One such great teacher said “Man is not bread alone”.

  5. DEAR SIR,

    I HAVE CAME TO KNOW THAT THERE IS A BOY IN NEPAL WHO IS MEDITATING FOR APPROXIMATELY PAST 6 MONTHS. I WANT TO ASK YOU A QUESTION THAT HOW IT IS POSSIBLE. HAVE ANYONE SEEN HIM BY DOING THAT.

    JIWAN KUMAR

    • how much do you guys know about the chakras in human bodies. When these chakras are opened, one can do many things previously impossible. As for the boy in Nepal, all he is trying to do is realize God, through meditaion. Instead of theoretical method he is simply using pratical ones. As for meditation without water and food it is very possible. And in the process of meditation that the boy is going through he will have opened all seven of his chakras.

  6. Greetings, the article on Breatharianism was fascinating. I have always known what he says in that article to be true. I do exactly what he does – I fast, I eat the same kinds of foods for days at a time and I am at my best when I eat little or nothing. Other emotions I experience are joy, love, contentment. Although I have never researched this or even talked to anyone about what I know, this articles confirms everything. Not only that, after reading the article, I have been given the answer to a pending question and I now know what to do to finally solve a problem I have been working on. Thank you for your guidance.

    • This story about the boy in Nepal is interesting, in my opinion. Probably not many people know the truth about this. However, in regards to Profiler’s comment, I think she needs to read more before making such comments about the boy’s intention. Just because someone can’t do something, it doesn’t mean it can’t be done. There have been stories about amazing power of meditation (read “Journey to the East” by Oxford University scientists for stories about this).
      I’d remain open-minded about this boy’s story, just as I am to psychic stuff

  7. An article in Telegraph.co.uk is describing a new ‘wonder’ 15-year old boy in southern Nepal who has been meditating now for 6 months straight without food, water or anything else. He’s been sitting under a pipal tree just like the historical Buddha was s