Sungazing is a technique to benefit from the energies of the sun. Scientists and researchers disagree if sungazing and solar healing is actually beneficial, or entirely safe. Sungazer aims to educate you on the potential dangers, and provide simple guidelines on how to maximize your safety if you choose to follow the ancient art of solar healing.
Track the Sunrise and Sunset
Sungazer will show you how long you have until the sunrise and the sunset in your current location so that you can prepare to begin sungazing. Sungazer also shows the "safe" zones during which it is encouraged you sungaze. In a simple to understand interface, you will see exactly how long until the next sun event is as soon as you open the app.
Most people don't memorize when sunrise and sunset is, so allow Sungazer to notify you when the times draw near so that you can stop what you're doing, and mentally and physically prepare. You can be notified of both the sunrise/sunset, as well as the safe zones after/before each so that you can optimally gaze.
Track Gazing Durations
Everybody has different tolerances for sungazing. Beginners will want to start at a very short duration, whereas advanced gazers may prefer to begin at a much longer duration. Sungazer allows you to click a simple button during the "safe zone" and begin a countdown that you can gaze during. At the end of the countdown your phone will sound an alarm which will serve as your reminder to stop sungazing and wait until tomorrow to continue.
As you use the app more Sungazer will automatically increase the duration you are suggested to sungaze for each day up to the maximum recommended amount.
Disclaimer: The safety and benefits of sungazing is heavily disputed. Sungazer makes no attempt to hide this. Sungazer aims to educate you so you can make your own decisions. You are also encouraged to do your own independent research online so you can understand the risks and potential benefits.