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  • NancyNancy on Time Enough To SeeThanks, Linda! Not rushing is a good thing -- maybe you're just relaxed. 🙂
  • LINDA Amato on Time Enough To SeeNancy I loved this... I'm not one who rushes about anything! I wonder why now after reading this? I guess I have some soul searching to continue doing... thanks!
  • NancyNancy on Time Enough To SeeThanks for the comment, my friend. I've been thinking a lot lately about our energy teacher Deborah King saying "There is no time or space", and another wise dreamer friend telling me years ago "You've got all the time in...
  • Barbara Sinclair on Time Enough To SeeRushing has been one of my hardest lifelong habits to break, Nancy. I work on it - every single day! Great article. I'd like to read that book! xo
  • NancyNancy on Am I Proud Of My Vision Problem?Irina, I agree about possibly seeing a vice as an expression of their energy. And maybe when they want to be proud of something, they look at themselves and it's easier to find a negative trait than a positive one....
  • Irina on Am I Proud Of My Vision Problem?that goes quite well with what Nancy said in her article too, and I was thinking, about people being proud of their particular vice (you do hear this a lot, like someone bragging about smoking a whole packet of cigarettes...
  • NancyNancy on Fight The Blur? Accept The Blur?Beno, accepting that you need glasses to see some things right now (not all things, and not forever) can free up that "fighting Reality" energy for something more productive. Like vision improvement! I think if you're your true self instead...
  • beno on Fight The Blur? Accept The Blur?I have found that accepting that I need glasses to see sharply in my case was a tremendous act of self acceptance, acceptance that I currently have to live with a very prevalent distortion. I wear my glasses a lot...
  • NancyNancy on Fight The Blur? Accept The Blur?Beryl yes, me too. I've written before about "Accept it, don't fight it", and I'm just seeing that doesn't have to be resigned defeated acceptance, it can be appreciative acceptance. Which of course then feels like self-acceptance. Every little thing...
  • Beryl on Fight The Blur? Accept The Blur?Thank you Nancy. As I read your post the phrase... 'whatever we resist, persists' springs to mind. I am putting this practice of acceptance of 'what is' into many areas of my life - though had not thought about applying...
  • NancyNancy L. Neff on Yes, But I Have Astigmatism!Annie, thanks so much! You made my day.
  • Bohen on Yes, But I Have Astigmatism!thank you Nancy for the light you put on astigmatism. As I do not suffer from this (so thankful for that), I am grateful for your explanations and your thoughts. The way you write is just perfect, your ideas are...
  • NancyNancy L. Neff on Am I Proud Of My Vision Problem?David, good point. I've always used vigorous exercise to get out some of my stress, and once I discovered tools like meditation and EFT to calm my nervous system, I became a much healthier person, and also nicer to be...
  • DavidDavid on Am I Proud Of My Vision Problem?Sometimes I have to say, no, I don't want to see your scar, and I wish I hadn't scrolled myself into your ghastly bloody injury pic on my Facebook feed. Knock it off, people! I'll take your word for it...
  • NancyNancy on Am I Proud Of My Vision Problem?Thank you, my friend. If you see that I'm self-aware, it must be in you too. 🙂 Enjoy your day!
  • Barbara Sinclair on Am I Proud Of My Vision Problem?This is a beautiful article, Nancy, with great insight (pardon the pun!) You are truly one of the most self-aware people I know.
  • NancyNancy on I Don’t Want My Vision To Get Worse!Louis, I agree. Physical and emotional and mental health all contribute to eye/vision health, to me.
  • Louis on I Don’t Want My Vision To Get Worse!"I agree that they had their eyes checked. Eyes are one of the most important senses. Eyes are the windows to our souls. We should be eye health conscious.
  • DavidDavid on Perfect Sight Without Glasses, by W.H. Bates, M.D. – Bates Method Book – Online and PDF DownloadThanks for the heads up - Can you tell me what's wrong with the PDF version?
  • Lee on Perfect Sight Without Glasses, by W.H. Bates, M.D. – Bates Method Book – Online and PDF DownloadHi David April 9, 2017 at 23.04 hr. Pdf download not good to read which I have tried a couple of times. But your online is excellent presentation for me to read and I want to say how I appreciate...