Posted by Greg Marsh on 30th Nov 2017
If you found your way to this blog article, you are probably already familiar with the Bates Method. And, you probably know that "Palming" is Dr. Bates' most well-known technique.
You have likely tried palming at least once, maybe even practiced it regularly for months or years. Many people have "beginner's luck" and get initial flashes of clarity but then their luck runs out. No amount of effort seems to help them make significant further progress. Ah, but wait a minute... the "effort" may be the problem! Here is what an original teacher of Bates Method had to say:
"Vision should come to the eye as effortlessly as scent to the nostrils, music to the ear, touch of velvet to the fingertips." - Margaret Corbett
Would you like to feel "effortlessness" and ease in your vision? In your life? The ten minute video above gives you often-missed points about palming that will help you discover the ease that Dr. Bates promises.
You may like this video which is borrowed from the Vision Coach Training Program: It's a review of several wonderful books that we refer to in the Vision Coach Training Program. Most of them are perspectives on how a person can use the Bates Method to help nearsightedness, reading vision, astigmatism, crossed eyes, cataracts, and much [...]
Thanks to everyone who attended this webinar, for your great participation and excellent questions and discussions. It will give you a really good sense of how to properly apply the Bates Method, even if you have a different eyesight condition than the ones we covered. If you even watch the first few minutes it will [...]
-->> RECLAIM YOUR EYESIGHT WEBINAR -- Click Here to Register - Jan. 19, 2017 <<-- Click above to play video.This is one of the most inspiring videos I've seen about how to improve your eyesight! (And I've seen many.) I first met Chloe and her mom on Skype for Vision Coaching when Chloe was 8 [...]
Here's a replay of an Eyesight Improvement Webinar. It includes video of Greg Marsh, plus several live participants to explore the Bates Method for various conditions. Some of the areas covered include: nearsighted, reading glasses, astigmatism, extreme myopia, strabismus (crossed eye), cataract, optic nerve atrophy, palming (Bates long swing), swinging (Bates long swing), and guided [...]
I found an amazing story while looking in old articles from the New York Times. It's from March 25, 1894, but it could just as easily happen today.Man is Blinded by Electrical Flash"James Caulfield, who was stricken blind by a flash from the Brooklyn trolley wire Thursday afternoon, has recovered his sight. The manner in [...]
Photo from Oct 3-4 Workshop in ChicagoA few years back I was playing with my young nephew and decided to play as much as I possibly could at his level. We were playing tag with a large inflated ball. I swooped him up in kind of bear hug with the ball in his arms and [...]
PERMANENT EYESIGHT IMPROVEMENT -- How to Get it with this Meta-TechniqueIt is fairly easy to see more clearly with constant practice of the Bates Method techniques, but how do we win back the natural ease of seeing clearly permanently? Logically it is easy to achieve long-lasting clear eyesight: simply retrain the body and mind back to [...]
If you feel doubtful or skeptical about EFT "Tapping", this video by one of the world's leading natural health care doctors will give you a fresh perspective. I use EFT whenever feasible with clients to help dissolve emotional blocks to seeing clearly. Then the Bates Method techniques can be more immediately effective.Dr. Joseph Mercola includes [...]
Wow, it’s been 13 years! The last Association of Vision Educators (AVE) conference was held in 2002. Finally. We had a wonderful gathering last weekend in L.A., May 1-3. Natural Vision Improvement folks from all over the US and several other countries got together for three days. Many thanks to Esther van der Werf [...]