Positive Nights Presents: Sofia Waapiti Ra on Living as a Breatharian

 

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Facebook Page| Thursday, September 21st 2017, 7:30pm | Eur 20 / 15 euros concession | Location: The Central Hotel, McLelland Room, Dublin 2.

This evening Visionary & mentor Sofia Waapiti will be touching on the practice of Breatharianism.

Sofia will talk about the many methods used to assist in this process to cultivate prana, qi or energy, such as qigong, bigu and sun gazing where the gathered energy is then used to support the physical body by filling it with life force energy. Other methods are breathing techniques and meditation, learning to use the pranic breath to sustain the body vehicle. Sofia herself has lived for the past year without the need for food and has developed the ability to draw life force energy from other sources.This is a process that is not to be taken lightly and requires a long preparation period and on this evening we will explore how it has worked in Sofia’s experience.

We will have refreshing cold pressed juices at the break courtesy of Sisú

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We want to share what this practice means to Sofia in her own words: “Personally during the last eight months I have been using a different method that requires no practice or gathering of energy, so I just go about my life as normal without thinking about it. I am talking about breaking the strongly held belief system in the collective consciousness of humans that we need food and water to survive. This has been long held throughout thousands of years in humanities existence, passed down from generation to generation through, fear of famine, starvation, hoarding of food in bunkers in case of world wars, the beginning of destroying nature in order to cultivate grains and vegetables en masse, the agricultural era and so on. There is also the social aspect where practically every interaction humans have with one another involves eating or drinking, whether it be a romantic dinner, business meeting, coffee break or a cake and cappuccino treat after hiking at the weekend.” Come along and find out about this fascinating process and how it has worked in Sofia’s life.

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