Fundamental to vision improvement in Near and farsightedness as well as enhancing blood flow into the diseased tissue inside the eye. From his experience with his own double vision, Dr. Kaplan recognised the importance of getting adequate oxygen into his eyes. Glaucoma pressure has been reduced, eyesight improved by 30% in just 8 minutes of proper breathing. In this short audio, Dr. Kaplan guides you through the steps for a good breathing program for your eyes.
Most people believe that the eye muscles need training or exercise. Actually, this is not accurate. The eye muscles are already very strong. The problem is accumulated tension. This where eye muscle stretch is very helpful. Dr. Kaplan will guide you through the steps of how to gently stretch the eye muscles, very much like the yoga masters have used for centuries. If you are very nearsighted, care should be taken when reaching the end of the stretch. The key is not effort but a relaxed movement while breathing in and out.
One of the physical difficulties behind nearsightedness, astigmatism and many eye diseases is the blocked energy in the cervical spine. Widening the jaw combined with breathing improves the movement of the cerebral spinal fluid. This flow can have a profound affect upon vision. It has been known since primitive times that the key to precise eyesight and flexible vision is movement of the eyes, hence the painting practise. In this audio, Dr. Kaplan takes you through the steps how to learn these wonderful practices for improving your vision.
Cupping the eyes was used by the early Tibetans and Chinese as a form of quietening the mind, like meditation. Dr. Bates popularised Palming in his teachings. Since then, variations of the practice have been developed. Over 20 years ago, Dr. Kaplan recorded a palming or eye cupping guided journey onto audio for his patients. They responded very well to the idea of listening to an audio as a reminder to relax their eyes and mind. Now you can use the modern version for your own vision improvement program. Of course, not while you are driving.
For nearsightedness and astigmatism, your eyes to get enough oxygen and vital nutrients from food, the neck and shoulder muscles need to be very relaxed. This can be difficult when our modern lives involve sitting in front of a computer. Dr. Kaplan teaches his patients a self- massage technique that can be used while sitting. It is very convenient and helpful for reducing eye, neck and shoulder tension.
Most activities involving the eyes calls for a kind of focus that is certainly not soft. it is hard and intense. If we sustain this hard focus the muscles of the eyes carry tension and soon our eyesight becomes blurry or we have symptoms of tension or headaches. In this short audio, Dr. Kaplan guides you through the steps on how to soft focus and bring it into your daily life.