How to Cure Eye Troubles - At the Nearpoint - By Zetsu

Discussion in 'Eye-Care' started by Zetsu, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. Zetsu

    Zetsu Guest

    Do you read imperfectly? Do you need to push the paper away for it to
    become clear? Does it get blurry close up? Well, listen up closely,
    because the situation is not as hopeless as you have deemed it to be.
    There IS a cure! But it just needs to be practiced with dedication,
    intelligently, - and most importantly of all, without effort.

    Now when I say 'without effort' there should hopefully no confusion,
    in that I don't mean 'don't try *out* x ' - (of course not, because
    otherwise if you didn't try anything how will you ever restore your
    sight?), I mean, don't exhibit a strain to do it. Someone in the
    magazines once suggested a better word would be to 'venture', as
    opposed to 'try'. In any case, remember that making any effort is
    futile, retarding one's cure, and not only futile but also en route to
    spoiling your sight all over again!

    Anyway, Zetsu is going to be very nice and show you exactly how to
    begin fine print treatment. Fine print is one of the very best, most
    efficient ways to improve sight at the nearpoint, and in general to
    improve the health of the eyes.

    To make things clearer, I have provided some screenshots which you can
    find at the-end.

    First things first, you have to read the original 1920s book and the
    magazines, and start the restful practices. The next thing is this:

    1. Open Microsoft Word, or whatever text editor you use (so long as
    it's got the main editorial features and a couple more - wouldn't
    advise Notepad though).

    2. Go on the internet, type in:

    Then, go over to the Better Eyesight Magazine. Get one month's worth
    of any magazine you like, esp. one that you have enjoyed in the past
    and found motivational.

    Tap ctrl+a and highlight everything.

    Tap ctrl+c (copy).

    Go back to Microsoft Word.

    Paste (ctrl+v).

    Now edit it as appropriate (there might be some abnormalities in
    various places, just sort them out). Don't worry about typos, they are
    not important. Make sure the layout hasn't been messed up etc.

    So now we've got to make it look nice, so that you'll actually enjoy
    reading it while you practice. Because as you may know, boredem is
    injurious to the sight and anything that awakens interest is

    Highlight everything again, and make it into a font you enjoy, one you
    find restful and eye catching - standard fonts are good because they
    are clear and easy to read. Personally, I use Times New Roman,
    Calibri, or Arial.

    Keep the colour as black on white, because this is easiest for the
    printer, clearest for the vision and often the most effective for your
    eyemind training.

    Now, the most important thing - size. Set the titles to '3' and the
    main body to '1.5'. (You have to type it in manually because there are
    no presets at this size.) The reason I did not choose to go lower
    than this is because many inkjet printers become unable to give a
    clear print below 1.5 point type. It starts to get blurry. 1.5 should
    be fine, if you have a fairly decent printer.

    Make sure you are not almost out of ink, as this can ruin the
    experience and the purpose of the treatment (black becomes gray, and
    many other such abberations). A full ink cartrige means that it
    doesn't need to spare ink and therefore can utilize the needed amount
    to give the best quality of print.

    Quality of the print is VERY important.

    If the quality of the ink is bad, then you will not benefit half as
    much because you will have an imperfect memory of the letters whenever
    you try Bates' memory techniques. Perfect black, or an approximation
    as close to perfect as possible, is VITAL.

    Go to 'columns' in the upper task pane, highlight everything and split
    it into three. Go to borders, and create a textual border.

    Then you've got to print it, of course.

    In the settings, make sure it's set to Best Quality! It will be worth
    it! Don't use FastDraft just to spare a bit of little ink and time.
    Because it will come out crap afterwords, trust me.

    Now one advisable suggestion - if you have got any - use high quality
    glossy paper, because this will make things a whole lot nicer.

    Print it off. Oh, lovely huh!

    Ah but - wait, is it all just a faint smear of blur to you? Well, if
    so then you need to get practicing!

    Go out into the bright sunlight. If the light hurts your eyes, or it
    induces you to involuntarily squint your eyes half shut, then it means
    you are not yet accustomed and means you need some training -
    otherwise all the other methods employed to relieve strain and secure
    rest will be far less effective.

    So, get accustomed. Take it in incremental steps, don't go all out and
    look right at the sun, because that's dangerous. Whatever ever you do,
    don't stare at the sun. That will burn out your eyes, for sure. Take
    it very easy, follow your intuition, if your eyes want to close them
    let them. Keep up the practice, and do it well, and soon you'll be
    able to open your eyes in any bright light with ease.

    When you are able to look into bright lights easily and openly, and
    not suffer the afterglow (floaters, etc.) then you have made a
    sufficiently great deal of progress to secure benefit from the other

    So, back to fine print practice.

    Now you that you are in the bright light, the fine print should at
    first still be a faint blur, but don't worry about that. Don't make an
    effort to see. Bring the print very close to your eyes. Look at the
    white spaces in between the lines, and think of the whitest thing you
    can while you do it. Think of snow, white pillow, and such like. Make
    no effort to do this, but let it come into your mind of its own

    Close your eyes, and continue imagining the same thing, just as if you
    were still looking at the print. Alternate this with doing it with the
    eyes open.

    If you have been able to relax, even for a miniscular amount of time,
    you may open your eyes and get a flash of clear vision. Close your
    eyes again before you have time to read anything and let the strain
    come back. Continue this treatment.

    Now, if you practice faithfully over several days, you will find that
    these tiny flashes will become more prolonged until you are able to
    rest yourself at will, and to sustain the relaxation obtained 24/7.

    Then, move onto the next level.
    This is where things get interesting.

    Wait until night falls. Get a candle, a match, and light up a flame.
    Ensure all electrical or other external lights are out. Go somewhere
    solitary where you are not likely to be interrupted by disturbed and
    somewhat confused looking passerbyers (i.e. 'dude, what the hell are
    you doing?').

    So then now, you have begun the REAL stuff!

    Bring the print so close that it's up against your very face. All a
    blur, again, huh? Not to fear! Now, you will feel the wonderful
    effects of the candle. The eyemind will enjoy very much the steady or
    sometimes abrupt flicker emitted by the light - changes in conditions
    is something restful and relaxing.

    Keep up the practice as per earlier. Read Dr. Bates' book and magazine
    if you do not understand how to practice. Remember that his work is
    the very BEST source of True knowledge in the cure of imperfect sight.
    With time and practice you will find that, your accomodative range
    will get nearer and nearer until it's absolutely perfect, and then you
    can even move on to supernormal vision, like that girl who was able to
    discern cells! Forget using silly old microscopes!
    Zetsu, Mar 31, 2008
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    p.clarkii Guest

    are you going to cure hyperopia (farsightedness)? or presbyopia?

    are you changing the length of the eyeball? are you changing the
    anatomy of the crystalline lens?

    please explain in concise medical terms exactly what part of the
    anatomy of the human eye you are affecting with your procedure. how
    does it work? I know a little about the eye so I think I can
    understand your explanation-- no need to water it down any. Just lay
    it on me.
    p.clarkii, Apr 1, 2008
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  3. Zetsu

    p.clarkii Guest

    perhaps it means nothing more than the light is too bright. take a few
    minutes to let your eyes light-adapt and everything will be fine.
    but studies of the anatomy of most myope's eyes shows that
    proportionally they have an elongated axial length. there is no
    "relaxation" that I am aware of that can cause 20/20 focus to be
    restored on the retina of axial myopes without using refractive
    surgery or lens correction.

    how do you think that relaxation can shorten the eye? or flatten the
    corneal surface?
    in the next level, is there any part of your suggestions that is
    actually PROVEN, or at least has a rational foundation in science or
    p.clarkii, Apr 1, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    are you going to cure hyperopia (farsightedness)? or presbyopia?

    BOTH! It works with both. ALL REFRACTIVE ERRORS ARE CURABLE! Read the
    1920 book and the magazines and then you wouldn't be asking me these
    rudimentary questions!
    I am not a doctor. I don't know how it works.
    Start the experimenting. Begin the cure of imperfect sight.
    Bates has MADE A THEORY ALREADY in his 1920 book. You don't have to
    believe it if you don't want to, but that's how Bates thought it
    happens. You can go ahead and make your own explanation. Just TRY
    first, test later!
    YES. PRECISELY! It's as simple as that!
    WTF! Why change the subject to MYOPES? DID I MENTION THAT EVEN?
    Zetsu, Apr 1, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    but studies of the anatomy of most myope's eyes shows that
    GOOD LOGIC! Since you're not aware of it, IT MUST NOT EXIST.
    :O Am I really in a SCIENTIFIC newsgroup, or something else?
    Zetsu, Apr 1, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    I took some pics of how it ends up if you followed my instructions.
    See below. My camera is kind of crap so it doesn't look that sharp,
    but in real life it's downright amazing! It's the sharpest thing I've
    ever seen.

    I discovered something else too, just this morning. In MSWord, you can
    make the quality into SUPER HIGH mode! Go to the printing options and
    select it as: Best, 1400 DPI. It just looks SO crystal clear,
    especially with the glossy paper! It's just exactly what I would call
    a 'digital remastering' :D. (But you need to have an inkjet printer to
    be able to enable this mode.)
    Zetsu, Apr 1, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    Heat the water up a little, and certainly it can.

    The process is called 'evaporation'.
    Zetsu, Apr 1, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    So it _doesn't_ work for myopes?

    Sorry, I'll try and clarify it.

    Fine print is ESPECIALLY valuable for farsighted or presbyopic
    patients, because of course they would likely have trouble with their
    sight at the near point, and not at the far point. Thus, practicing at
    the near point with very small print being of the greatest value to
    patients suffering from such defect.

    However, that's not to say that a myope, who might have trouble with
    distant vision (and see quite satisfactorily well at the near), should
    not also practice with super fine print without expecing a benefit.
    Super fine print is a benefit to ANYONE, because to read it requires a
    continuous relaxation, therefore it is incredibly value in one's cure.
    It follows that anything which provides relaxation is a help in
    securing even greater relaxation with the aid of other methods -
    memory, snellen, swinging, palming, etc.

    For example, one might regard a letter of fine print, and if that
    person is a myope (or anyone suffering from vision trouble at the
    distance), they could then bring back that same letter into their mind
    whenever they look into the distance later on. Since a myope is likely
    to see letters at the near point quite well (although, never perfectly
    as one cannot have imperfect sight at the distance and simultaneously
    perfect at the near), and since it is impossible to remember anything
    perfectly or more perfectly than what one is seeing without acquiring
    an improvement in the sight, it follows that the method of fine print
    treatment can indeed be of IMMENSE value to a myope.

    So to reiterate it in brevity: YES it does work for myopes, however it
    is ESPECIALLY good for curing near point trouble.

    However, the reason I acted with rudeness to pclar's comments was
    because, he suddenly changed the subject to MYOPES, which I have never
    specified anywhere in my original post. All I have said is that one
    should try it if they 'read imperfectly'. That does not imply any
    specific condition of refraction, let alone one which is manifest at
    the distance. Furthermore, normally, one assumes that one reads from a
    distance of no more than a few inches, and one could therefore
    describe this as the 'nearpoint'.

    Since what we are discussing was not aimed at myopes specifically, nor
    any other condition of refraction, it was unreasonable for pclar to
    make any statement about the refraction of a myope at all, and to add
    insult to injury, with the implication being that he was unaware of
    any method of treatment that can reduce axial myopia or other
    structural problems, therefore it looked to me that his logic was:
    "Since I never saw it, it can't be true." (Which is a fallacy.)

    That's what impulsed my vulgar reaction.
    Zetsu, Apr 2, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    Hmm... and vapor travels in an upwards slope...

    Because vapor is a lighter substance so it goes upwards...

    So, that's how you get water to run uphill (in answer to your earlier
    question). "Tell us how water runs uphill"
    Zetsu, Apr 2, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    How? I just googled for 'define: fraud'.

    This comes up:

    1. intentional deception resulting in injury to another person
    2. imposter: a person who makes deceitful pretenses
    3. something intended to deceive; deliberate trickery intended to gain
    an advantage

    But I don't think I am any of these... =(
    I'm just nice, good.
    Zetsu, Apr 2, 2008
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    Zetsu Guest

    You have it all wrong, dear friend!
    My intentions are quite pure, and not deceitful.
    I am doing what I am doing out of compassion, because I know that many
    people can be helped by the cure of imperfect sight as devised by Dr.
    If you had a cure for cancer, and knew it worked, but didn't have the
    trials and tests to prove it, then wouldn't you feel bad to not
    recommend it to everyone?

    So it is with myself.
    Zetsu, Apr 2, 2008
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    Simon Dean Guest

    Vapor isn't water.
    Simon Dean, Apr 5, 2008
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