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  • AvatarK. L. on Converting Vision Between Diopters and 20/xxNo, you are only 'legally blind' if your corrected vision is 20/200 or worse (i.e. while wearing corrective lenses).
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  • NancyNancy on Are You Discouraged About Vision Improvement?Sounds like progress to me! Even small successes should be celebrated.
  • Avatar8888 on Are You Discouraged About Vision Improvement?Well, actually, I had no idea if I could do , nevertheless... I kept going. I was "progress" , I think
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  • AvatarDarrel on “Nobody Needed Glasses!”Doug, thank you so much for your reply! I have read your post that you link to and it is very useful and informative. It doesn't surprise me at all that weird visual effects like halos and starbursts should occur...
  • Doug MarshDoug Marsh on “Nobody Needed Glasses!”Thank you, Darrel, for your positive feedback and for adding your comments about dogmatic defenders of the status quo. Also thanks for including the Wikipedia link --- great content! I had read some of Rupert Sheldrake’s work many years ago...
  • AvatarJannie on Are You Excited About Seeing?Thank you Nancy....
  • AvatarJannie on “Nobody Needed Glasses!”Thx 4 sharing Darrel... Ur story is very encouraging! Bates was right about most refractive errors r due to the "functional" way we use r eyes ie habits developed over time n that we cannot eat ourselves n2 normal vision....
  • NancyNancy on Are You Excited About Seeing?Hi Jannie, and yes, identifying the unhelpful pattern is the 1st step to altering it. And he also taught you to "inhibit" (stop the unwanted action, which might be squinting) before you "direct" (do the desired action, which might be...
  • AvatarDarrel on “Nobody Needed Glasses!”That's great Jannie! I hope you'll continue to make progress. My vision some years ago when I took my glasses off was about -7/-7.25. I haven't arrived at normal yet but I have improved and continue to do so. Imagining/remembering...
  • AvatarJannie on Are You Excited About Seeing?Can definitely relate. Biggest challenge 4 me is looking n2 the distance. FM Alexander had it right! No end gaming, it takes practice/practice/practice 2 undo functional habits "unique 2 the individual" to see clear.
  • AvatarJannie on “Nobody Needed Glasses!”Yrs ago I asked n Eye Dr. about laser. He said it wouldn't help so I never considered it. Started Natural Vision Improvement "-8.5/-9" about 38 months ago n ditched the glasses the same week after wearing them for over...
  • AvatarDarrel on “Nobody Needed Glasses!”What a great article! Preliterate people often have very good sight, often exceeding 20/20. However, as soon as they become 'civilsed' and literate (probably in a language that isn't their own) vision problems often sadly appear and, if glasses are...
  • AvatarRose on Do You Believe You Can See Clearly?Thank you so much ❤️
  • NancyNancy on Do You Believe You Can See Clearly?Rose, it's a huge leap in awareness for you to realize that anxiety blurs your vision. Good for you! Yes, slowing down will help a lot, as will self-compassion. You're on your way! 🙂
  • AvatarRose on Do You Believe You Can See Clearly?Absolutely I couldn't agree more, as I have noticed as soon as I feel anxious my vision gets blurry and I can't focus. So I am trying to slow down, give my space and quiet time to listen those feelings...