Is the stinging and tearing just from dry eye?
No it is not. The reason why it is not dry eyes because after some time I was could get the stinging from the ciliary release but no tears. I also learned how to stimulate the stinging in an individual eye. I would often work my weaker left eye with motion stimulus at the edge of blur for that eye. I would still work both eyes together but be at the edge of blur for the weaker eye. The stinging and tearing would only occur in the weaker eye. If it were a matter of dry eye I would have the feeling in both eyes but this wasn’t the case.
My eyes hurt after the stinging?
The first time I got stinging it was really intense and my eyes did hurt for a little bit afterwards. Over time it wasn’t as intense and my eyes didn’t hurt any more. Yes the stinging still stings and the sometimes produces tears but after a while you get used to it. When first starting off you’re not going to conquer Rome in a day so do think you’re going to get perfect at this in 2 days, etc. Take breaks when you feel fatigued and come back to it later in a day or two. I’ve been doing this for over 6 months and it took me time to get used to the sensations and the feelings.
Is the clarity from the tears a contact lens effect?
No it is not a contact lens effect. Again after some time of experiencing this, I was able to get clarity with no tears.
I get double vision. How do I fix it?
Keep doing the techniques and turn them into habit! There are times when my double vision was worse than others but the more I turned my techniques into habit the easier it was to clear the double vision. The double vision was at it’s worse when I got below -1.5 diopters but as I equalized my eyes it got easier to clear as I continued turning my techniques into habits
Should I Patch?
No. Work both eyes together. Patching creates stress on the eye that is being patched. Work your weaker eye at the edge of blur to get it to equalize and balance to the dominant eye.
Can I do this in glasses?
Yes but you need to always have blur challenge. I recommend two pair of glasses, one for close-up and one for distance but there should always be blur to work your eyes.
How much should I reduce my prescription?
It’s up to you. I reduced until I got to -2.50. After that I stopped wearing my glasses as much. I reduced anywhere between .50 to 1 full diopter at a time. The key is you need blur challenge and work on seeing your peripheral when there is blur.
How long should I do the drills, exercises, or techniques
All day, every day. These are not exercises! I repeat these are not exercises!! They are techniques that you need to turn into new vision habits! Get used to seeing this way all the time!
Should I use plus lenses or pinhole glasses
No. The more crap you put in front of your eyes, the more stress you put on them. Learn to use your eyes naturally.
Do I just move my head for rocking?
Rocking is from your waist or feet. The whole body moves side to side.
How long will this take?
As long as it is going to take to for you to get into the habit of seeing differently all the time.
Can you really restore your nearsighted vision?
Well, I’m doing it and I’m seeing more clear each day. So for me yes! For you, No… If you don’t put in the time, consistency or have the patience!
Aren’t you just getting blur adaptation?
No because the more I get into the habit of seeing differently, the longer and more clear I see. There are plenty of moments of crystal clear, clarity and there is no blur or ghosting.
Where is your science?
I don’t care about science! I found a way to produce results and I can repeat it over and over again. I’ve been able to tell others how to do it exactly, what they will feel and what they will see. There’s my science!
Isn’t Myopia (Nearsightedness) Heredity?
I think it really boils down to bad vision habits. Sure the are some factors that can contribute but people who are nearsighted don’t look at stuff the same as people with 20/20 or better vision. Start watching people with good vision to see how they look at things. Also ask them what they are seeing when they see stuff.