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Spring and sight related thoughts and motivation
Hi everyone here!
(Of course, I know that no one will reply to this post(grrr!), but for those who wish to read it, it may be useful!)

Yes, it's the return of the sun and of the beautiful and warmer weather. For some persons, as me, it means going outdoor more and use my bike. For others, it means walking outside, running, skating, doing sports or any other activities that we can't always do during the cold season, but for most of us, it's also an happy time of the year where everything seems possible.

With longer and more sunny days, it will be a great time to improve our sight more easily! By doing sunning a little bit each days, the sun will be your friend instead of your ennemy and you will be comfortable outside instead of squinting and strain your eyes.

Palm as often and for as long as you wish each days, while listening to music that will set you on a good mood. Play with your Snellen test card daily. Do not stare and blink often and let go of your strain, by seeing in the more effortlessly way possible. Good sight comes easily. Also, when possible, do not use your glasses at all if you want to improve faster.(Follow safety rules in your country!)

Do the long swing effortlessly often. It is good for releasing strain in both your visual system and in your spine/neck.

When you feel that you see by eccentric fixation, or when your eyes don't feels comfortable, take a little break and relax. If you have difficulty to keep up your good work, or if you want some inspiration, follow the blogs of two good examples here: Nancy ( and Sorrisi (

By doing what is written here, I firmly believe that it's impossible to not improve your sight with the discoveries of William H. Bates. So,

Have a nice day of improvements!

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Spring and sight related thoughts and motivation - by Alexndre - 03-20-2010, 04:38 AM