I’m with my eye doctor, a friendly guy I’ve known for years, who usually treats me like a colleague instead of a subservient patient. I walk over to the adjacent office of a chiropractor, to notice everything there is dark and it seems to be closed for the day. My eye doctor says I can call them in the morning.
Now the eye doctor seems to move more into professional mode, asking his assistant if they have any more Depth Balls to sell. He seems to think this is something I need to improve my vision. He shows me a small child’s ball covered with sections of different patterns, one of stars on a dark blue background, some areas of plain red, and transparent stripes where I can see through to the other inner side of the ball. Is this what gives it the special depth effect?
As I wake up, I’m remembering how many times I’ve dreamed of this eye doctor’s office with a chiropractor office next door. Since that office is closed here, maybe it means I don’t need that kind of spinal/postural adjustment any longer, with the exercises I’ve been doing. (For more on this, see here.) The depth ball reminds me of the importance of looking at depth images, which I’ve written more about here.
Finally, if I can use the world around me to practice seeing 3D, do I really need a depth ball? And if I can adjust my spine and improve my posture and body alignment with the work I’m doing myself (with some expert guidance and support, I admit), I probably don’t need a chiropractor either. Find the teachers and helpers you need, medical or otherwise. Please enjoy whatever you see, and appreciate the movement and functioning of your wonderful physical body.
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Hi Nancy! Hope all is well. Have you been cured yet (is your vision consistently 20/20 or better?) Also, do you know how David is? I haven’t seen any posts from him in awhile, and the forum is starting to act funny. Is he okay?
Hello Aspirer. I can’t claim 20/20 at all times, at least not yet, though I don’t wear glasses and don’t worry about not being able to see. Vision improvement is a lifestyle, and there’s no finish line. 🙂 A recent focus on posture and body alignment seems to be helping my vision too. David occasionally comments on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eyesightimprovement) where I’m an admin, and I frequently share articles I’ve written, or answer questions. My own business page (https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057697718244) also has frequent articles and twice-monthly newsletters. There is still vision improvement information circulating, and people interested. See well and be well! 🙂
Lovely words Nancy. I find that during my clear flahes of vision and gradual improvemnet, dsitance perception comes of its own accord. So different than wearing glasses when everything appears much more 2-D. May I suggest that we not only need to appreciate the functioning of our wonderful physical body, but also the working of the conscious and unconscious aspects of our minds! So much more mysterious, and it’s the essence of what we really are! Keep weel and see well!
Thanks Darrel, and I agree. Gratitude, when it’s genuine and not how we “should” feel, is said to be the highest vibration, higher even than joy or love or compassion. And what is more magical and special than human vision, or human thought? Most of seeing happens in the brain, after all, not in the eyeballs. Take care.