Eye vision are often not hard to implement. Take a read at any “rebuild your vision naturally” guide, spend 30 minutes to understand them and you’re ready to go.
Problem is, you don’t see results immediately. It is a natural approach and as with any holistic approach to curing anything – it WILL take time. But with people close to you, people who know love you, convincing you to quit – saying such things would never work, I can’t blame you that sometimes you really do feel like an idiot for trying it out.
I know I did. I went through all that.
And so doing eye vision exercises takes a bit of a faith. It takes patience and courage. It’s not easy. But when you actually achieved what you set out to, you could show all the skeptics… but more importantly, you could once again see clearly without glasses.
Bearing that in mind, let’s get to the eye vision exercises.
Palming. Close your eyes and place your palms over them while you imagine something that relaxes. For example, I like to imagine of the beach, or a field of flowers.
Swinging. Raise your hand sideways until shoulder level. Close your eyes and swing left to right while you imagine you’re at your favorite place, swinging left to right.
Any amount of eye vision exercises simply will not work if you don’t severely limit the amount of time you wear your glasses – just like a cripple will never learn to walk if he don’t try walking without his crutches.
If you’re frustrated of having to wear glasses, then listen up. In this article, I’ll be introducing you to 3 eye vision exercises that will help you naturally correct your eyesight. There’s obviously a lot of more than 3 eye exercises that you can do but so as to not overwhelm you, this is what I’ll start with.
Contrary to popular belief, vision is mostly your brain’s task, not your eyes. Your eyes are merely a window in which light rays pass through. Thus to correct your vision, you should first correct the part of your brain that is responsible for vision. To do this, simply close your eyes and place your palm over them. This will block out all light and give your brain the opportunity to concentrate on your visualization. Visualize the most relaxing scenes there is and imagine you can see them without your glasses.
Every time you move, you should experience “oppositional movement”. This means if you move forward, you should perceive everything else to move towards you (in the opposite direction). If you don’t perceive oppositional movement and things look “flat” to you, you probably are having trouble with vision. Visualize this movement when you palm your eyes.
In everything that you see, focus. For example, when looking at a face, focus on the nose, then the lips, then the right eye and so on and so forth. Focusing reduces strain of trying to see everything at once. Strain causes your eye muscles to unhealthily tighten – repeated tightening causes chronic problem thus causing the vision problem.