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The most important thing for you at this point is to not just keep absorbing information. Don’t just keep reading books and websites about the subject. It doesn’t matter if you think you understand the concepts and don’t have to practice them. Yes, vision improvement is mostly mental, but that still means you have to put in the hours and do the practice. You won’t change your habits without daily repetition and reinforcement, being able to see what works and what’s true.
That being said, here are the top few other sources you will get the most out of. I’ve tried to cover the most important concepts in this guide, but if you want to keep reading, the next thing I would recommend is Bates’s own material.
Perfect Sight Without Glasses – Bates’s 1920 book.
Better Eyesight Magazine – A collection of Bates’s small magazines that he published from 1919 to 1930, containing articles by him, his assistant, and other contributors.
Facebook Group – Stay connected with our community! Share videos, progress reports, ask questions, etc.
Forum – The layout is more organized than Facebook, it’s searchable, and there are thousands of interesting posts spanning several years.