Leo`s approach is so encouraging. I spend time reading smaller and smaller print so that I can restore my reading vision back to how it used to be. I wear lesser and lesser strength reading glasses and now have +1s. I am sure I will be able to give up reading glasses very soon. I tell everyone I know about Leo s work and am determined to stop wearing reading glasses as proof of how wonderful his methods are. --Jean Kelly MA, MCIPD, Jean Kelly Consultancy Ltd
Long interested in investigating the seemingly far-fetched claims people have made that vision could be improved naturally, without glasses, I attended Leo's Angart`s course, in which he puts the principles in this book into action. To my amazement, by doing the exercises over the several days of the course, my wife and I both found we needed, on average, between our four eyes, about 3/4 of a diopter less prescription correction per eye. Both of us, who had been requiring increased prescriptions every couple of years, were now able to return the prescriptions of several years before (about a diopter less per eye) and spend more time wearing no glasses-all within a few days. As important, we learned that some of the factors the make it hard for many of us to see clearly, also put long-term pressure on the eyes, setting them up for more serious problems in old age. Thus, some of the exercises he describes here not only improve sight, but appear to protect our eyes over the course of our lives. --Norman Doidge, MD, author of The Brain That Changes Itself
I have never worn glasses and would have expected to in my mid 40s, before I met Leo. The book is a mine of practical, readily usable information. I find it useful to direct people to the Vision Training Plan in the book so they can see immediately that there are 3 or 4 actions specifically for their vision challenges. --Katrina Patterson, INLPTA Certified NLP Trainer (1996), Feldenkrais Teacher and Vision Coac
About the Author
Leo Angart is a business consultant, author and trainer. Having worn glasses for more than 25 years he speaks from personal experience. It has now been more than 19 years since he threw away his glasses.