Eye Yoga: How You See is how You Think : Simple Eye Exercises to Improve Your Vision and Eye-brain Connection
Hillcrest Publishing Group, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 318 pages
Many of us are looking for ways to maintain and even improve our vision. Drawing from such diverse fields as brain neuroplasticity, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and natural vision improvement, Martha Rigney and Jane Battenberg make important connections between the eyes and brain that can reawaken deep brain capacities through simple eye exercises.
In "Eye Yoga: How You See is How You Think," you will find easy-to-follow diagrams and photographs that help you perform the exercises with ease, whether alone or with a partner.
"Eye Yoga" is written in an easy, light style, offering a depth of experiences and references. Introducing advanced research, Martha and Jane reveal essential insights concerning the eye/brain and TV-watching, video games, the effects of colors, stroke recovery, visualization therapy, the irises' ability to reflect our innate personality, and many other topics. Prepare to be entertained as your eyes are opened to new possibilities.
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Figure 8 Stretches
Using Eye Exercises to Recover from a Stroke
See Circle Variations
Personality Traits and the Emotional
Factors Affecting Vision
Effects from Visual Intake of Light
Vision as a Metaphor
Form and Function
Emotional Blocks and Limiting Decisions
Background on Time Dimension Therapy
The Process of Time Dimension Therapy
Knots on a String
The Vision Process
The Iris as a Reflection or Map
Seeing Eye to Eye
Sight and Brain Connection