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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 10 February 2004
I think the last review is a bit unfair. I'm a sceptical reader, but I found this book to be truly inspirational. It has changed my life in a very positive way.
The early chapters are very well written, from a candid and practical point of view. They made me question all my preconceptions about my myopia. My vision has improved; I have the prescription slips to prove it. I am emotionally and spiritually more aware, too.
The shame is that Dr Liberman continues in the last couple of chapters to expound his esoteric view of the universe, and subtly to sell his consultancy business. This doesn't really matter. If you're a New Ager, you'll read all of it. If you're the pragmatic sort, you'll just make use of the good bits. At this price, you can't lose.
They should turn this book into a "Horizon" programme. People need to be aware of the potential for the improvement of their vision.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 22 March 2009
Dear all,
why 5*!! I had put this in practise - even with very little exercise suggested in the book but mostly by agreed and by my optician monitored step by step reducing of my prescriptions.
After 13 months I am from -4 to -2 and KNOW I will get to zero. MOST IMPORTANTLY by doing this I came closer to real myself. This book jumped out at me in a local book shop, i had no recommendations - but had a feeling its very simple and logical approach. Please never start with glasses unless absolutely necessary - once u do u will need so much time to train the eye muscle back. Good luck
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 28 March 2013
I absolutely love this book. I have so many books focused on health and this is the one that stands out the most from my entire collection. I bought this because I didn't want to go down the route of getting glasses and wondered why our eyes seem to be the only thing that can't heal. Deep down I just knew that glasses didn't improve our eyes at all and in fact made them worse. The book sat on my shelf for 3 years after I read a little and my self doubt got the better of me. I ended up getting glasses after all so I could learn to drive but I never wear them outside the car. The first time I tried them on it was as if I couldn't hear properly and I couldn't focus on anyone speaking to me. Since I couldn't stand them I urged myself to read the book properly and I'm glad I picked it up again. This isn't just about getting rid of your glasses, its about rehabilitating your eyes and to me it has become a way of life. I've been doing open focus every day and I can honestly say that I haven't had visual awareness like this since I was very young. I had forgotten what it even felt like because I've been narrowing my vision for so long that it was as if most of the world didn't exist. This book is helping me to open my field of vision and enjoy life again. If you do as it says in the book, you will get results. I will go to this book over and over again to remind me of the philosophy of vision.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 6 December 2011
This is truly an eye-opening book - lots of ideas backed up by facts and figures. I have taken so much of the book and translated it into my everyday life, and it is a great experience. It is simply and creatively written and I am very glad I happened to take it off the shelf when I was visiting a friend. It has and will continue to change my life and it is a book that can be picked up, enjoyed and put down time and time again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 13 May 2013
I have done some of the exercises and it is true that my emotional state does affect the sharpness of my vision (long-sighted). When I calm myself print does come into focus better and I am using my glasses less often. Sometimes it works for me sometimes not, depending on time, pressure and if the print is just too small. You have to be dedicated to get the most out of this book.
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on 8 January 2015
Excellent book. Very informative and easy to read. Having been a wearer of glasses for thirty-five years due to short-sightedness, I have been able to discard my glasses as a result of reading this. You need patience and application but well worth the effort.
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on 31 May 2015
Very different to other natural vision books, I related well to it and it is a valuable tool in my kit
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on 29 August 2015
very informartive not finished it yet
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 9 March 1998
Dr. Liberman sounds like a caring person who believes in his untested theories. However, theories they are. His view of myopia sums up as "bad thoughts equal bad vision". I know people of all temprements, some have myopia and some don't. He seems to respect the views of W. Bates, and reprints some of his methods. In short, buy the Bates book.
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on 18 February 2015
speedy delivery and good price
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