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Question about shifting
#1
Good day to all, been practicing the Bates Method for awhile and will like to ask something.

When doing shifting, we are supposed to look at a certain point and note that the previous point we shifted from is seen worse. However, when I do this, it takes a few seconds to note that the last point is seen worse. If for these few seconds I am looking at the clearer point, won't I be straining since it is also mentioned that looking at a point for more than a fraction of a second is a strain? 
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#2
Hi Robin,

I'd suggest making the distance between the two points so large that you can tell the previous point is seen worse right away. As you get better at it, you can shorten the distance. Otherwise, as you noted, you run the risk of locking on to a point for too long while you try to figure out if the previous point is seen worse.

Robert
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