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  • DavidDavid on Chapter 8: CataractDo you see a pill for sale?
  • Vacheslav on Reconnecting with clear-sighted-ness can be as simple as a walk in the park!Obviously, the same prideful masonic evil style of the grand master.
  • Daniel Mackey on Chapter 8: CataractIs this a cure pill your selling or just an explanation of what to do if you have cataracts? Daniel
  • NancyNancy on Reconnecting with clear-sighted-ness can be as simple as a walk in the park!Christopher, thank you again. I am looking forward to Walk In The Park Two! 🙂 Yes, I'm well aware of the importance of breathing. Sometimes I tell my anxious clients, whom I can tell are breathing shallowly and don't know...
  • The Man on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionI have been wearing glasses since 1992. It was low prescription in the beginning, but as soon as I started wearing glasses, it went worse. Luckily, I have never changed my prescription beyond R -2.25 and L -2.5. Sometimes my...
  • Christopher LaneChristopher Lane on Reconnecting with clear-sighted-ness can be as simple as a walk in the park!Use the walk Nancy to do some deep regular breathing intentionally; often very shallow or tense lost in our daily un-measured lives. Its important to practice various recovery procedures for eyesight. Sound and being in touch are more profound than...
  • Christopher LaneChristopher Lane on Reconnecting with clear-sighted-ness can be as simple as a walk in the park!Paul everybody sees better in bright daylight... and its in colour too. 6 million pixels. our flat screens rarely have more than than 2000 pixels so we need to see those pix-elated flat screens with far greater detail. Our vision...
  • Paul Wilson on Reconnecting with clear-sighted-ness can be as simple as a walk in the park!Christopher, what a delightful and intriguing series of comments on this page! I especially enjoyed your comments on Cape Town. I have only been there once, and that is when we left Table Bay for the US in 1975. (I...
  • NancyNancy on Reconnecting with clear-sighted-ness can be as simple as a walk in the park!Christopher, thanks. This is excellent -- simple, clear, and helpful. I go for a walk after dinner every evening to clear my mind and let my vision roam free. I always come back with better eyesight, and a better attitude....
  • NancyNancy on What Are You Not Seeing?Darrel, yes. I agree with both of your points. Eyestrain can creep up on us so subtly we don't often notice it until it's severe. A lot of vision improvement is about awareness -- how do your eyes and visual...
  • Darrel on What Are You Not Seeing?Nancy, it was interesting to read about you not noticing things in your peripheral vision this has happened to me too. I think it is very common for people who wear glasses and contacts to get used to look straight...
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  • NancyNancy on Seeing Better When I’m CalmDavid, exactly. Since I used to be such a highly stressed person, it seemed nearly everything had dire consequences for me if it didn't go according to Plan A, which is why I started doing this. Thanks so much for...
  • DavidDavid on Seeing Better When I’m CalmGreat post! Having a plan B (or C) is something I learned to do to survive as a pilot constantly and automatically, but I don't do it as often with lower-consequence situations. Now that I think about it, it would...
  • DavidDavid on Stop Wearing Glasses and Improve Your VisionIf meditation worked, nobody would be stressed out. If reading worked, nobody would be uninformed. Right? We can go on and on. Weak minded people look for an "out" as an excuse for why success isn't possible and use other...
  • NancyNancy on Anxiety And My VisionAlivina, hi, Soul Sister! 🙂 Yes, this is the age-old Nature vs. Nurture question, and I have wondered about it for myself. If I was a calmer personality as a child in that stressful environment, would my myopia have been...
  • Darrel Rees on Seeing Better When I’m CalmI think that a variant of these sayings that I heard somewhere is "For those who do not believe, no explanation is possible. For those who do believe, no explanation is necessary". Take care everyone!
  • Vacheslav on Seeing Better When I’m CalmYou you know what you disbelieve and so wow are thee whose yes is no and no yes, whom sweet is sour and sour is sweet, good is evil and evil is good!
  • Alvina on Anxiety And My VisionHello, Nancy! Agree with Gwen on soul sisters! Recently I caught myself on the thought that I anticipated your texts. What is your opinion that we were born with inclination to myopia or mostly made myopic thru upbringing?
  • NancyNancy on Seeing Better When I’m CalmVacheslav, yes. We have a saying that goes something like "I know what I believe. Don't confuse me with the facts!". 🙂