Saturday, July 26, 2014

Believe in Eye Exercise As If Everything Is A Miracle

Albert Einstein once said: "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as if nothing is a miracle. The other is as if everything is a miracle."

Life is a miracle; even your breath is a miracle in itself. To live your life as if everything is a miracle, you need to believe it in the first place.

In life, everything has to do with your belief. If you believe you can do it, you will do it and can do it. Belief comes from your mind. Descartes, the famous French philosopher, rightly said: "I think, therefore I am." That is to say, everything is in your mind, and your mind comes from your thoughts that give you the reality. Therefore, if you think you can, you can; if you think you cannot, then you cannot. It's just that simple. 

My point is: if you believe that eye exercises can improve your vision, then they can. Your eyes are just like the rest of your body organs that deteriorate with misuse or lack of use. If you seldom walk, you will end up in a wheel chair sooner than later. If you don't exercise your eyes, your vision will deteriorate with age faster and sooner. If you don't let your eyes rest -- in particular, if you spend hours and hours in front of the computer screen or your i-pad, you will develop eyestrain that ultimately damages your vision.

In reality, do eye exercises work? Yes, definitely! But you may not see the immediate result -- just like lack of physical exercise may not let you see the result instantly. It's like the fable of the frog in a heated pot: the frog would not notice the heat being turned up until it is too late. Believe me, all eye exercise not only improve your vision but also prevent your vision from deteriorating due to age. Believe in eye exercises as if everything is a miracle.

My most recently book on Amazon As If Everything Is A Miracle provides guidelines on how to rethink the mind, renew the body, and reconnect the soul so that you may believe as if everything is a miracle.

The body perceives all sensations and experiences in the physical world. The mind interprets and registers them in the subconscious mind, which controls the conscious mind in its daily life choices and decisions, resulting in actions, non-actions, and reactions of the body in the physical world. The soul feeds the mind with spirituality that provides connection and interconnection with others through empathy and compassion, gratitude and generosity, as well as love and forgiveness. The body, the mind, and the soul—all play a pivotal role in wisdom in contemporary living. The essence of this wisdom is their “alignment” with one another for balance and harmony in the being of an individual.This 125-page book is available in paperback or the kindle edition for immediate download ($3.49). .

For more information on eye exercises for vision health, go to my site: Vision Self-Healing Self-Help.

Stephen Lau
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