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Needs more details about eye exercise and pranic healing
Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2013
When I first read about Leo Angart's experience I was very excited and bought this book right away. I had been off my glasses for 4 month prior to buying this book, and I had been searching extensively about eyesight natural healing. I have read Jacod Liberman's book which was pretty awesome. That's when I first learn that vision is in the mind, and that sudden healing is very possible. What Liberman proposed is 'open focus', I guess it's about let go and relax your eyes while seeing. I also bought DVDs by Meir Schneider who was genetically blind but regained his vision. This is a perfect example that eyesight does not entirely depend on the structure of the eyes, that the mind has a determining factor. I also studied Martin Sussman's work. All these methods are based on the Bate's method. I had trouble committing to the exercises though.
The fact that Leo Angart recovered his vision so fast is very appealing to me. He mentioned hypnosis, NLP, and pranic healing. I'm personally very interested in the first two, and am excited to learn about what pranic healing is. In fact Martin Sussman's audio product contains some hypnosis element. What drew me to this book reviewing here is the pranic healing of eyesight. However, this book did not mention pranic healing and how to use it for vision recovery. The only useful part for me is the eye exercise part. However, I was expect pranic healing, I was disappointed to find out that this eye exercise part is really short and the pictures are highly cartoonized that you cannot tell details of where the massages are being done. With the description though, it's not hard to find out that many of the massaged areas are meridian (经络) based in Chinese culture. I am a Chinese American and I grew up in Chinese. These massage points are very well-known in China; I did not see it helping people improve vision as dramatic as Leo claimed.
Having that said, I do believe his experience and how it is possible to suddenly regain vision. I still feel there are other elements in the healing process. Sometimes I think perhaps I did not dwell enough on the mind-vision relationship to a point of sudden recovery. Anyways, it seems a long journey towards eye healing. I do can relax my eyes throughout the day now. I just feel hypnosis should be able to accomplish this rapidly; the issue might be an effective script...