Audra Bear

Woman claims she gets her energy from breathing

Audra Bear, 25, has tried various weight-loss diets for years in an effort to achieve optimal health. Previously, he tried veganism and then became raw vegan for four years before he discovered pranic life and breatharianism eight months ago. However, a nutritionist has since warned against lifestyle, saying it is “unhealthy and can be dangerous if sustainable from time to time.” After reading stories about people who follow lifestyle, Audra, from Minnesota, USA, was interested but never thought she could do it because of her love for food. But eight months ago, everything began to change when he found fasting and breathing to receive energy and food, even though there was no scientific evidence that it worked.

Living in a pranic lifestyle is about changing your focus from feeding your body to more dense sources (food) to more dense (energy) sources, while remembering that food is not bad, you can enjoy food if you want but abundance comes by knowing that you don’t need it to survive. I have heard about people living this way but I never thought it would be me! I used to love eating. “Not until I started practicing breathing exercises, I realized that I did not have an appetite for solid or solid food.

Living a pranic lifestyle

“You can eat if you choose to, for entertainment or social arrangements, knowing your energy comes from the power of life around you. Almost every day I only drink tea, fruit juice, green juice, and fresh coconut water. I do eat sometimes now, but more for reasons of celebration. “Prana means energy and according to practice when inhaling, people breathe oxygen and prana found in all air and space.

Lifestyle hoses claim to be kept from prana and no longer depend on other food sources but still consume water and juice. Audra added: “I always do breath training sessions first thing in the morning. I had a slow, consciously controlled slow diaphragm for 45 minutes.

“I’m sure everyone has in some ways, we all breathe every day, that keeps us alive. “I feel like many people eat from habits not always because they feel they need them. That’s how this lifestyle can free up so much time, money, and energy for you to love, express, make and play.

“This is not about restrictions or living in shortcomings. Living this way is very far from traditional life but lifestyle also brings so much abundance, health, and happiness. That’s where my focus will always be. ”

“While the evidence for the diet in terms of preventing disease is still lacking, there is varying evidence and a balanced diet including fruit and vegetables, whole grains, good sources of protein such as oily fish, nuts and beans, some milk or milk alternatively, some unsaturated fats and the intake of low fat processed meats, processed oats, salt, saturated fats and sugary foods and drinks are associated with better health outcomes. ”