Living on Light?
This show is unlike any other we've done and we're sure it will open you up to new questions and possibly even a topic that you haven't heard of before. Today we are discussing the docmentary, In The Beginning There Was Light with director Peter Straubinger. It's a controversial topic but it inspires a conversation beyond the subject matter - Inedia or Breatharanism and we're excited to get into it!

Peter has spent years investigating this topic and through his film, which had an enormous opening in Austria and Europe, he focuses in on whether it is possible to have non-dietary nutrition. There are some folks in the world who have claimed to no longer require food sustenance and Peter's lens interviews some of them, as well as some of the world's leading scientists and thought leaders.

What role does the mind have in altering our abilities within our material realm? Why do we have such rampant hunger in the world if such things are possible? We are talking about that and much more today with Peter Straubinger!

For more information about Peter's documentary, please visit www.lightdocumentary.com.

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