breatharianism


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breatharianism

Pseudomedicine
A movement of pseudoscientists who claim that one can exist on prana—i.e., spirit, qi, ectoplasm—alone, without the intake of food or water; e.g., an inediate
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"Since breatharianism, I feel healthier and happier that I've ever done before," Castillo said.
The practice of living off food and surviving on light and air is called Breatharianism. There is a mysterious group who advocates this practice of eating only "cosmic- micro food".
Now, in a bizarre twist, new recruits to her "breatharianism" cult are being offered cordon-bleu meals at a luxurious retreat - Buckland Hall in the Welsh Brecon Beacons.
Her philosophy, known as Breatharianism, is based on a form of fasting practised by Tibetan monks.
It seemed that the Ukrainian model and singer is following the Breatharianism cult, which is a mysterious group that advocates living without food or water.
The 42-year-old Australian arrived in Edinburgh yesterday to promote her bizarre belief in Breatharianism.
She was a follower of self-styled prophet Jasmuheen - real name Ellen Greve - who runs the Breatharianism Movement from her home in Brisbane, Australia.
Recently, she created quite stir by announcing that she will be following Breatharianism - the art of surviving on light and air for the rest of her life.
The 49 year old, it was said, had begun a fasting programme known as Breatharianism, advocated by dubious cult leader Jasmuheen, alias Ellen Greve, a self-proclaimed prophet from Australia.
Valeria, once again, made it to the headlines as she announced that she is practicing Breatharianism diet, which is surviving only with light and air.
Last month, an Australian woman starved herself to death in Sutherland after fasting for 21 days on a "Breatharianism diet"that was meant to spiritually cleanse her.
The practice of living on air and light is called Breatharianism and it is a concept associated with fasting.