Constant Practice

Discussion in 'Optometry Archives' started by Zetsu, Mar 25, 2008.

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    Zetsu Guest


    A great many people have asked, "How much time should one devote to
    practicing the methods of central fixation in order to be cured of
    imperfect sight without glasses?"

    The answer is--ALL THE TIME.

    One should secure relaxation or rest until one is perfectly
    comfortable and continue feeling comfortable as long as one is awake.

    The feeling of relaxation or comfort can be obtained with the memory
    of perfect sight. Even if one cannot remember perfect sight one can
    imagine it. All black objects should be imagined perfectly black. All
    white objects observed should be imagined perfectly white. All letters
    observed should be imagined perfectly and everything that is seen
    should be imagined perfectly.

    To imagine anything imperfectly requires a strain, an effort, which is
    difficult. Choose the easy way. Imagine things perfectly.

    If you try to imagine an object as stationary you will strain and your
    sight become impaired. All day long the eyes are moving from one point
    to another. Imagine that objects are moving opposite to the movement
    of the eyes. If one does not notice this one is very apt to strain and
    imagine things stationary.

    One can practice properly for ten minutes and be comfortable. That
    does not mean that all the rest of the day one can strain and tear
    one's eyes all to pieces without paying the penalty for breaking the
    law. If you are under treatment for imperfect sight be sure to keep in
    mind all day long from the time you wake up in the morning until you
    go to bed at night the feeling of comfort, of rest, of relaxation,
    incessantly. It is a great deal better to do that than to feel under a
    strain and be uncomfortable all day long.
    Zetsu, Mar 25, 2008
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    Salmon Egg Guest

    I notice that you do not claim to be a vision professional. Neither am
    I. My answer, however, is NEVER! There is more to life than following a

    Salmon Egg, Mar 25, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    Of course I'm not a vision professional! I haven't even left
    highschool yet! And I don't want to be a vision professional either!
    It's so boring learning about the physiology of the eye.
    Zetsu, Mar 25, 2008
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    Don W Guest

    1st year high?
    Don W, Mar 25, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    No , last year.
    Zetsu, Mar 25, 2008
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    Neil Brooks Guest

    No, Don. I suspect he/she's been high lots of years.

    Neil Brooks, Mar 25, 2008
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    Don W Guest

    Well, I would suspect your high school science teacher had quite bit to
    do with your minimizing your appreciation of the physiology of the eye (I am
    remembering "boring"). I am wondering why this had happened since the eye
    is really an extension of the brain, including its neural structure, which
    is really not boring. It's like something that determines what is boring
    (the brain/mind) saying it is boring (eye/retina).
    Don W, Mar 25, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    Not really, in school we don't even learn in that much detail about
    the eye. You just go through basics, like how light rays enter the
    eye , and the function of each part of the eye. It's just a small
    sector in the biology syllabus.

    What I find boring is opinion, though. It's true that the eye is an
    extension of the mind. I like all the studies on mental process. But
    the actual physiology is boring.
    Zetsu, Mar 25, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    Great thinkers rely on their knowledge. Only the greatest use their
    Zetsu, Mar 26, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    Fools read science and call it fiction.
    Zetsu, Mar 26, 2008
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