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Optical Illusions: How Our Eyes Trick Our Minds

Infographic made by Jon Munro of Supersavers Opticians based in Dublin, Ireland. http://www.supersaversopticians.ie/glaucoma-test.php


Sleep For Your Sight’s Sake!

How many hours do you sleep a night? According to a recent study by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) over 40 million working Americans get less than 6 hours of sleep a night, which is about 30% of the country’s workforce. You…


How Do You Use Your Eyes?

You may know that you use your eyes for almost everything you do each day. But has anyone ever asked you how you use your eyes before? Have you ever analyzed how you use your eyes? There are only two possible ways you…


Bates Method 101: Movement – Be Aware of the Stare!

Here is the next installment of my Bates Method 101 instructional videos. This edition covers the central idea of movement and the opposite of movement: staring. Staring is a poor vision habit that most people learn early on in life. To improve your…


How Do You Relax Your Eyes?

Before finding out how to relax your eyes, let’s explore why you need to relax your eyes in the first place. What difference does it make if your eyes are tense or relaxed? Let’s do a little experiment. Clench your hands. Do you…


Vision Improvement All Day Every Day

A student once asked me, “Do I have to do the Bates Method for the rest of my life?”  At first I replied that he had a choice.  He can either use the Bates Method and maintain or improve his vision naturally for…


Hatha Vision

The word “Hatha” is a Sanskrit word, which is broken down into two parts: “Ha” means “sun” and “tha” means “moon”.  Putting these two opposites together insinuates balance.  The branch of Hatha Yoga refers to the physical path, consisting of Asanas (yoga poses…


The Six Branches of Integral Eyesight Improvement

As the name implies, Integral Eyesight Improvement integrates several paths toward the achievement of improved eyesight.  The holistic nature of I.E.I. is represented by the interconnected circles in its symbol, which emanates out of an eye, whose shape is formed from two overlapping…


Vision Myth #1

Vision Myth #1:  Visual loss cannot be stopped or reversed. FALSE. Visual loss can be stopped in its tracks and reversed through relaxation and vision training, returning the eyesight to 20/20 or better. The human body has miraculous healing powers. When you scrape…