Latest Comments Displaying the last 20 recent comments… Nancy on How Do You Feel About Your Glasses?Hi Roman, and thanks! One of my favorite things to hear is that I led you to think. 🙂 For myself and others I've met who were put in strong glasses at a young age, that trapping of the eyes...Roman on How Do You Feel About Your Glasses?From what I can remember, until about age 13 or 14 I never questioned *anything* authorities said, said about me, or did to/with me (this last item sounds more ominous than I want it to sound). My needing glasses at...Nancy on How Do You Feel About Your Glasses?Christopher, thanks for your thoughts, and I agree with everything you said. Christopher Lane on How Do You Feel About Your Glasses?A vision journey has a starting point; as a vision educator I have met many who have been totally dependent on glasses since primary school for decades, never been able to drive without glasses restore there clarity of focus to...How Do You Feel About Your Glasses? – DreamerSight on How Do You Feel About Your Glasses?[…] https://www.iblindness.org/5177/how-do-you-feel-about-your-glasses/ […] Jacob Daniel on Converting Vision Between Diopters and 20/xxOh ok thank you and no I am already wearing glasses but thank you David on Converting Vision Between Diopters and 20/xxYou can't determine your prescription from your acuity (chart reading). I'm also not going to promote getting your first pair of glasses if you're not wearing them already. David on Converting Vision Between Diopters and 20/xxContact lens prescriptions are slightly weaker. From what I've seen it's about 0.25 weaker but I don't know how they determine it. Jacob Daniel on Converting Vision Between Diopters and 20/xxSo if my os is 20/40 my od is 20/50 and my ou is 20/20 but they say I need classes what would my prescription be? And the axis what is that? And the sphere and cylinder? And there is...Nancy on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyHi Darrell, and thanks for your concern about my foot, which is about 95% better now. I am so grateful my body knows how to heal! That particular article in the Better Eyesight Magazine about “No use tryin’ ” struck...Nancy on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyAndrei, yes indeed. The habits of rushing and pushing are strong in many of us, and it takes dedicated awareness and noticing ourselves to be different than t his. And it's SO worth it! 🙂 Darrel on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyHello Nancy, First of all sorry to hear about your foot. Get well soon! "No pain, no gain" is a saying I'm sure we have all heard...however the Bates Method is its antithesis and its refutation and rightly so. "Less...Andrei on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyWe know what clear vision and a calm mind feel like, and we also know to achieve that state of easiness and relaxation. But there's an old part of us that keeps reasserting itself, especially under certain conditions or in...Nancy on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyThank you, Maria. Most projects can be approached calmly, and still get accomplished. And this feels so much better than rushing and pushing! 🙂 Maria on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyI found your article on this way of doing easy and with kindness very helpfull, Thank you Nancy Nancy on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyThanks for reading, Roman, and for understanding the point I was trying to make. I should re-read this on a regular basis, as I need the reminder myself 🙂 Roman on Pushing Visual Limits GentlyThanks for this, Nancy! Yes, definitely - "gently, gently (and, if possible, even more gently)" has been kind of a mantra for myself lately as well. This, of course, goes completely against the mainstream of "doing everything at once, the...Pushing Visual Limits Gently – DreamerSight on Pushing Visual Limits Gently[…] https://www.iblindness.org/5154/pushing-visual-limits-gently/ […] Lewis on Eye ContactThanks Nancy Nancy on Eye ContactThanks, Miska!