The following are some good habits for better vision:
Make no comparison between vision without glasses and vision with glasses. Learn to be comfortable with blur. Do not strive to see clearly. Clear vision will automatically come with improved vision.
Clear vision has to do with the strength of the eye muscles, and the shape of the eye. Mind power has this capability.
Harness your mind power for self-affirmations and positive visualization for vision improvement.
Develop good visual habits to enhance your vision improvement.
Blinking: Blink constantly to relax the eye. Blinking has to be soft and complete, not rapid.
Shifting: Shift your eyes constantly (the healthy eye sends more than 50 images per second to the brain) and rapidly by changing your eye focus frequently. Your eyes move more rapidly when they are relaxed.
Peripheral vision: Be aware of your total field of vision whenever you focus your eyes. Use BOTH central vision and peripheral vision at the same time.
Natural sunlight: Spend more time outdoors instead of indoors to reap the health benefits of sunlight in nourishing your visual system.
Palming: Relaxation of the eye cures all vision problems. The eye rests completely only in total darkness. Practice palming (covering your eyes with your palms but without touching them), and visualize blackness even for as little as 1 to 2 minutes per session. Of course, the longer you palm, the more relaxed your eyes become.
Vision without glasses: See without glasses to bring back your eye’s natural “accommodation” for better vision. However, remember not to strain to see without glasses. Reduce your time of wearing glasses, and delay the time you put on glasses in the morning. Use under-corrected prescription to slowly and gradually wean yourself from wearing corrective lenses.
Vision health is all about awareness—awareness of what you should do and what you should not do. Your conscious mind may want to change the bad vision habits that continue to impair your vision, but it is constantly held back by your subconscious mind.
Form the habit of awareness. Always be aware of the following good vision habits:
To heal the eye, change your vision habit!
Your mind determines how your eyes see!
Use your subconscious mind to change your vision with affirmations and visualization!
Breathe right to relax both the mind and the mind!
Consciously train your eyes for distant vision!
Regularly look up from your computer or your book!
The shape of the eyeball determines the power of vision. The relaxation level of the eye predetermines the shape of the eyeball.
See only selectively! Never STRAIN your eyes in order to see better! A blurry image is OK!
Look without blinking (soft vision) for 10 seconds or so!
Do not STARE! Blink to stop frozen gaze!
Do not let a day pass by without palming your eyes!
Always BLINK—soft and complete! Form the habit of constant blinking!
Swing and shift your body with clear and soft vision of your eyes!
Edge and track a distant object with your eyes anytime and anywhere!
Copyright© by Stephen Lau