Start your review of Ambassadors of Light Write a review Jan 25, Alexandra Chauran rated it did not like it I love reading controversial books. It is written as a follow up to In Resonance and reads as an apologetics manual for Living on Light. This book jumps all over the place with a train of thought that is paradoxically repetitive and hard to follow. It is meant to be full of "research. Beware: Here there be dragons and a woefully poor understanding of microbiology.
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Start your review of Ambassadors of Light Write a review Jan 25, Alexandra Chauran rated it did not like it I love reading controversial books. It is written as a follow up to In Resonance and reads as an apologetics manual for Living on Light.
This book jumps all over the place with a train of thought that is paradoxically repetitive and hard to follow. It is meant to be full of "research. Beware: Here there be dragons and a woefully poor understanding of microbiology. That said, this book seems well proofread, if not edited for content organization and clarity, and is lengthy for a free text. Now, down to the nitty gritty. Jasmuheen does claim to believe that a human can live entirely without consuming nutrients or even water.
The funny thing is that she and her other "Ambassadors of Light" believe this but do not carry it out consistently because they choose not to. Jasmuheen is disgustingly dismissive about the deaths associated with her previous writings, blaming the caregivers of the deceased and misunderstood excerpts of her writing taken out of context and posted online. Dangerously, she paints horrific symptoms of malnutrition, such as hair loss, as a normal part of the process.
And most despicable of all, she suggests that some of the victims of her philosophy may have simply completed their duties on this plane and have passed on to the great beyond gloriously.
Jasmuheen whines endlessly that the media focuses entirely on the quirky food aspect of her spiritual message, rather than on any of the other benefits of a connection with the "divine one within.
I found myself inexplicably growing angry at the social ramifications of this book. Jasmheen presents herself as a savior for world hunger and impoverished nations, because she holds a technique to make food unnecessary. All the poor people need to accept her rich white lady solution are: 1. Access to vegetarian food, quality raw food and fresh juice for an approximately decade-long preparation process. Devotion of approximately 3 hours a day to physical exercise.
Devotion of an unspecified but presumably large number of hours a day to meditation, the only mechanism by which she believes humans truly "feed. Can you imagine telling a fifth generation chicken farmer to switch to a raw vegan diet, or telling a woman with six kids who works two jobs that she has to set aside half the day for meditation and exercise?
All the poor people can just get high paying jobs. Go ahead and read them, but remember. The cartoon duck. She has no pants.
Ambassadors of Light
Breatharianism[ edit ] Jasmuheen developed financial and business management skills working full-time in the finance industry. In she began combining her experience in business and finance with meditation, selling access to workshops and seminars on the topic and, by deed poll changed her name to Jasmuheen. The supervising medical professional Dr Beres Wenck found that, after 48 hours, Jasmuheen displayed symptoms of acute dehydration , stress , and high blood pressure. On the third day, she was moved to a mountainside retreat about 15 miles from the city, where she was filmed enjoying the fresh air, claiming she could now successfully practice Inedia.
No doubt this new work will be just as controversial as she continues to challenge the status quo and take the pranic nourishment discussion onto the global stage. In this book, Jasmuheen offers practical solutions to world health and world hunger related challenges through her Luscious Lifestyles Program and also effective ways to redirect global resources. This entails an in-depth look at global disarmament, the dissolution of prohibition, the forgiveness of Third World debt, holistic education programs, and the elimination of the need for personal pharmaceutical use through the elimination of all disease. Ambassadors of Light also looks at the undeniable long-term benefits of vegetarianism in relation to health and resource sustainability levels, and also at the lifestyles that those who are now free from the need to eat food usually adopt. This book is a collation of research, recipes, and recommendations that if adopted, will radically alter the path of humankind! Imagine a world without war or hunger or fear?