So how does it work?
First of all the body is not considered in its separate organs and parts but it is considered in its entirety. So the benefit of Sun-Gazing are not limited only to a part of the body but to its wholeness, despite being very good for some specific organs and glands of the body which will be mentioned later on the text.
The method, is simple, but it must be done carefully, as there are some counter indication if not done properly. It’s known to mostly everyone how the ultraviolet Sun rays are not beneficial for the body and its skin let alone the eyes, hence the best time to gaze the Sun is in the first hour of its rise and in the last hour of its setting.
Timing is also a very important factor, it is suggested to stare at the sun starting with 10 seconds and have a relaxed attitude. Observe, blink, feel free to move your head and allow the sun to enter the eyes. The window of the body towards the sun are the eyes.
Every day it is allowed to add 10 more seconds until the maximum length of Sun-Gazing of 44 minutes.
The moment, the hour and the length of time are very important.
At the sunrise and sunset the ultra violet rays are almost in existent and not as harmful, hence the retina and the eyes are protected. By staring at the Sun its rays touch the eyes and through the eyes they reach the brain and then they are absorbed by the body and transformed in Vitamin A which, as a consequence, improves the health of the eye. There are proofs that Sun-Gazing can solve problems such as cataract, glaucoma, far sigh and near sight problems.