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2012 updated version! “Pranic Nourishment, also called Living on Light, is Jasmuheen’s fourth book of metaphysical interest. It is a fascinating story of her personal journey into being physically sustained purely by Light. It also touches on physical immortality, spirituality and sexuality, new millennium relationships and mind mastery utilizing the powerful programming of Dimensional Biofield Science.

Pioneering new yet ancient pathways, many are now exploring the option of neither being a meat eater, a vegetarian, a vegan, a fruitarian but rather a ‘liquidarian’ or an individual sustained and nourished purely by the Light of their own Divine nature.

Formerly a ‘state of being’ reserved for, or attributed to, the Holy men, Saints or Sages of the East; the process described in this text offers a practical and spiritual alternative for those wishing to practically begin to embrace physical immortality, cease the aging process or simply ‘live on Light’.
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