Take proper eye care if you don't want to go for eye cure ever.
There is more myth than reality that prevails as ophthalmic tradition as far as taking care of the eyes is concerned.
I will like here to reproduce a wonderful account regarding eye care by Dr.W.H.Bates almost (except for technical reasons) in his own words that read like:
"According to accepted ideas of ocular hygiene, it is important to protect the eyes from a great variety of influences which are often very difficult to avoid, and to which most people resign themselves with the uneasy sense that they are thereby ruining their eyesight."
"Bright lights, artificial lights, dim lights, sudden fluctuations of light, fine print, reading in moving vehicles, reading lying down, etc., have long been considered bad for the eyes, and libraries of literature have been produced about their supposedly direful effects."
"These ideas are diametrically opposed to the truth."
Note That the Eyes are Wide Open. There Is No Sign of Discomfort.
"When proper eye care is taken, vision under adverse conditions not only does not injure them, but is an actual benefit, because a greater degree of relaxation is required to see under such conditions than under more favorable ones."
"It is true that the conditions in question may at first cause discomfort, even to persons with normal vision; but a careful study of the facts has demonstrated that only persons with imperfect sight suffer seriously from them, and that such persons, if they take proper eye care by practicing central fixation, quickly become accustomed to them and derive great benefit from them."
"Although the eyes were made to react to the light, a very general fear of the effect of this element upon the organs of vision is entertained both by the medical profession and by the laity."
"Extraordinary precautions in the name of eye care are taken in our homes, offices and schools to temper the light, whether natural or artificial, and to insure that it shall not shine directly into the eyes; smoked and amber glasses, eye-shades, broad-brimmed hats and parasols are commonly used to protect the organs of vision from what is considered an excess of light; and when actual disease is present, it is no uncommon thing for patients to be kept for weeks, months and years in dark rooms, or with bandages over their eyes."
"The evidence on which this universal fear of the light has been based is of the slightest."
Both Looking Directly at the Sun Without Discomfort
"It is not light but darkness that is dangerous to the eye."
"Prolonged exclusion from the light always lowers the vision, and may produce serious inflammatory conditions."
"The universal fear of reading or doing fine work in a dim light is, however, unfounded."
"So long as the light is sufficient so that one can see without discomfort, this practice is not only harmless, but may be beneficial as far as eye care is concerned."
"Sudden contrasts of light are supposed to be particularly harmful to the eye care."
"There is no evidence whatever to support these statements."
"Sudden fluctuations of light undoubtedly cause discomfort to many persons, but, far from being injurious, I have found them, in all cases observed, to be actually beneficial for the eye care."
"Reading is supposed to be one of the necessary evils of civilization; but it is believed that by avoiding fine print, and taking eye care to read only under certain favorable conditions, its deleterious influences can be minimized."
Patients who can read photographic type reductions are instantly relieved of pain and discomfort when they do so and those who cannot read such type may be benefited simply by looking at it.
Note: Although the sample from Bates's book is clear enough to be readable, the converted picture above is of too low quality to be readable. - GB
"Persons who wish to take proper eye care, are frequently warned not to read in moving vehicles; but since under modern conditions of life many persons have to spend a large part of their time in moving vehicles, and many of them have no other time to read, it is useless to expect that they will ever discontinue the practice."
"Fortunately the theory of its injuriousness for eye care is not borne out by the facts."
"When the object regarded is moved more or less rapidly, strain and lowered vision are, at first, always produced; but this is always temporary, and ultimately it is good for eye care and the vision is improved by the practice."
"There is probably no visual habit against which we have been more persistently warned than that of reading in a recumbent posture."
"Many plausible reasons have been adduced for its supposed injuriousness for eye care; but so delightful is the practice that few, probably, have ever been deterred from it by fear of the consequences."
"It is gratifying to be able to state, therefore, that I have found these consequences to be beneficial rather than injurious for eye care."
"As in the case of the use of the eyes under other difficult conditions, it is a good thing to be able to read lying down, and the ability to do it improves with practice."
"In an upright position, with a good light coming over the left shoulder, one can read with the eyes under a considerable degree of strain ignoring all eye care; but in a recumbent posture, with the light and the angle of the page to the eye unfavorable, one cannot read unless one relaxes taking the best of the eye care."
"Anyone who can read lying down without discomfort is not likely to have any difficulty in reading under ordinary conditions.
"The fact is that vision under difficult conditions is good mental training for eye care."
"The mind may be disturbed at first by the unfavorable environment; but after it has become accustomed to such environments, the mental control, and, consequently, the eyesight are improved."
"To advise against using the eyes under unfavorable conditions is like telling a person who has been in bed for a few weeks and finds it difficult to walk to refrain from such exercise."
"Of course, discretion must be used in both cases."
"The convalescent must not at once try to run a Marathon, nor must the person with defective vision attempt, without some preparation, to outstare the sun at noonday."
"But just as the invalid may gradually increase his strength until the Marathon has no terrors for him, so may the eye with defective sight be educated until all the rules with which we have so long allowed ourselves to be harassed in the name of eye care may be disregarded, not only with safety but with benefit."
What Bates calls central fixation, is what, in fact, the third eye opening is; being the best eye care available in itself on earth.
Vision therapy trains you to be able to take the best eye care by opening the third eye instantaneously and thus not only taking care of the total eye health, but also the total body health as well as the total mind health too!
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