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Seeing the World through Your Eyes

Seeing the World through Your Eyes

Hi Everyone,

After finishing a morning of Qigong then Tai Chi time was enjoying some tea watching the sun rise over
the nearby lake near my home. It reminded me how sometimes we take important things for granted…
namely our eyes.

Here are some really cool exercises for Your Eyes…. Enjoy !!

Staring and straining are the worse things you can do to your eyes.
After a long day at work, your eyes are tired and need to relax and
renew to improve vision. The constant strain day in and day out
does nothing but damage your eyes. Below are three exercises
designed to remove eye strain.

The first exercise is the Dot exercise. To do this find a period or
comma on the page and focus on making it as clear as possible.
Stare at the period until it comes into focus. Chances are after a
few seconds the period will actually became less clear and blurry.

Try relaxing your eyes. Close them for a minute and let them relax.
Now look at the period without straining. Don’t stare; instead, let
your eyes slowly move around the page, over and around the period.
Don’t focus only on the period, the eyes need movement. Make sure
to blink a bit. Try closing your eyes and picturing the dot and
then look at it again. Once the eyes are relaxed it should be
easier to see the period.

The second exercise is the Word exercise. Find a word on the page
that is five or more letters long. Stare at the word so that all
the letters are in view, but don’t move your eyes. Focus entirely on
the whole word trying to get the best image in your head. Again,
staring and concentrating hard is going to cause the word to blur.

Now, relax your eyes and allow them to move slowly over, around,
and across each letter of the word. Blink. Allow your eyes to lead
you; don’t force them to look at what you want. The word should be
clearer when you look at it again. Let the eyes move around, that is
what will help them work best without any strain.

The third exercise is the Double Vision exercise. This exercise is
meant to get your eyes to work together as a team. Most people use
one eye to look at an object, while the other eye does its own
thing. Squinting can help bring an object into focus with both
eyes, but this can cause unnecessary stress. The trick is to relax
your eyes, focus on the object in a calm way, and allow both of
your eyes to focus together.

The Eyes have it in Living a Boundryless Life ~

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