Interview with Leo Angart.
It may seem incredible even down right unbelievable that you can actually regain your natural clear eyesight by vision training. Yet more and more people are benefiting from vision training approaches that do not involve any expensive equipment nor any invasive procedures. Scientific studies indicates that around 98% of all 6 year old have perfect eyesight. However, at the age of 16 more than 85% of all school children in Asia need corrective lenses.
Glasses or contact lenses are the default option when you begin to have problems with your eyesight. As you proably realize, glasses does not actually solve the problem. In many cases glasses tend to make the eysight worse. Everytime you are tested your glasses needs to be made more powerful.
Other options such as laser surgery is not only expensive its also risky. There can be irreparable damage such as dry eyes, hallos, starbursts etc.
Also laser surgery does not last for life since your eyes change as you grow older. So in fact you exchange on pair of glasses for another. Some doctors suggest you get one eye for driving and one eye for reading in exchange for your loss of 3D vision.
Lens implants is another short term option. Lenses implanted into your eye are not easy to replace as your vision change.
Ortho-K lenses you wear at night is another option that does not actualy deal with your eyesight. It only flatten your cornea for as long as you wear them. Unless you are super careful and absolutey clean the risk of infection in your eyes is very high. Considering the risk involved and the high cost for something that does not actually treat your vision problem, does not sound like a good solution.
By Leo Angart
We all know that we can train to become a better tennis player, a better swimmer or whatever sport you prefer. Sports performance is trainable. If you had a broken arm or a leg you will know that after the bone has grown together you will need to do physiotherapy exercises in order to get back the normal function of your arm or leg.
The focusing of your eye is done by muscles. However, the muscles are controlled by the brain. So just as you can train yourself to run faster you also train yourself to see better.
Vision training is a way of restoring your eyesight back to normal by doing specific exercises needed in your particular case. The good news is that when you have restored your vision back the the way nature intended it to be you are done.
Its normal to have good eyesight!
Now you can also.
"My son has been using Leo’s exercises for the past couple of years and has, by doing so, gone from a point where we were practically accused of child abuse by his school nurse for ignoring his deteriorating eyesight and not getting him glasses, to the point now where he is learning to drive glasses free, which thoroughly vindicates our belief in Leo’s methods.
This is powerful stuff which should be taught in schools – rather than carting kids off to the opticians to condemn them to a life behind glasses. I urge everyone who wants to solve their eyesight problems to try Leo’s methods. Attending his workshop is by far the best way of doing this but, If this isn’t possible, Leo has written 3 books covering his methods"
7月14日第一次到工作坊時，子敬有 300 度的近視，眼睛疲勞沒有神采，我們用 Leo 教授的繩索練習法和會聚力練習法回家積極練習，到7月15日的傍晚，子敬的近視已經降到 100 度以下了！簡直不可思議！7月16日第二次到工作坊時，看著 Leo 用視力表來訓練餘下的 100 度近視和用那有趣的小丑圖來治療省光，我已經由當初的半信半疑變到信心滿滿加上感激不已！
Thank you very much for solving my problem I can read and i like read- ing too.
I read COOL it is a book by Michael Morpurgo it is about a kid who gets knocked over by a car and is in a coma and his dog get him back .
But just so you know i did not do the X’s 50 times, but it still worked it is like magic thank you.
I’ve told my friend Celeste to do it because she has dyslexia.
"My daughter Rebecca was diagnosed with strabismus, astigmatism, and long-sightedness at the age of 18 months. She was wearing glasses all day, every day from the age of 21 months. We had many stressful years of patching, drops, and exhaustingly long visits to the opthamologist, only to have her scripts get stronger over time. Rebecca could not be without her glasses, and as soon as she took them off, her left eye would turn harshly in.
As she grew older, Rebecca began to become more and more self conscious and felt that she stood out because of her glasses. She is passionate about her dancing, and has been performing since the age of 3. However, at the time of each concert she would express concern that she was the only one wearing glasses, and that you could not see her beautiful make-up properly! Yet she could not take them off as her eye would very clearly turn.
We discussed her concerns often, and she even tried contact lenses at the age of 8, however she resigned herself to the fact that she would always have her glasses. Her optometrist kept her hopes up by explaining that there was much research being done, and that operations were always improving. Her father and I were not comfortable with the thought of her eyes being operated on, and we explained that when she was older, the decision would be hers to make.
One night Rebecca saw an ad for a current affairs show which was airing a segment about getting rid of your glasses. She excitedly told me about it, and we made a point of watching it. Following the show, I made contact and booked Rebecca in for a children's workshop with Leo.
After many months of eager anticipation, Rebecca and I attended Leo's Magic Eyes workshop. Leo was able to quickly assess which exercises would be most important for each child in attendance, and we set to work!
The results of these simple exercises were almost immediate. Rebecca was so keen she was trying them in the car on the way home! After only the first session, for the first time in over seven years, Rebecca could take her glasses off and her eye would not turn!
This was a very emotional time for all of us, and we cannot thank Leo enough for his help. We have now been working on the exercises for a few weeks, and not only is Rebecca's turn rarely evident, her near points and far points have improved for each eye, and she has gone from wearing +4.5 lenses to +3 lenses. We still have a ways to go, but we are very determined!
Leo's knowledge is invaluable, and we only wish we had come across the techniques years ago. Our great dream for others is that Leo's strategies become the first point of call for children experiencing difficulties with their eyes.
All we can say is THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
P.S. - Rebecca is keenly passing on information about the next workshops to others with glasses, even her teacher at school!