Eye Yoga Book

Book Description

Publication Date: August 16, 2010
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.
Eye Yoga is a visionary book about vision. It offers state-of-the art practices to improve one’s seeing of both outer as well as inner worlds. The authors address both sight and insight in ways that add new possibilities to human experience. The techniques offered here are superb and enhance both physical and mental performance in unexpected and deeply gratifying ways. Read this book, do the exercises and see a new world.”–Jean Houston, Ph.D., author of numerous books including A Passion for the PossibleA Mythic Life, and Jump Time”The eyes guide your every move. Thus, your vision is reflected in every step you take. Change your vision and your life will surely change. This book will show you how.”–Jacob Liberman, O.D., Ph.D., author of Light: Medicine of the Future,Take off Your Glasses and See, and Wisdom from an Empty MindEye Yoga challenges the current myths about vision and gives the reader a very clear road map on how to improve one’s eyesight and vision. The exercises are excellent tools to help a variety of vision problems. I highly recommend it!”–Sam Berne, author of Creating Your Personal Vision”Stated in simple language without hype, Eye Yoga is a uniquely gentle path to better vision. It is eager curiosity not forced discipline that brings success. In the process you’ll discover how your brain works your eyes to see your deeper self.”–Ray Gottlieb, O.D., Ph.D., author of Neuropsychology of Myopia

Eye Yoga Book Reviews

22 of 25 people found the following review helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars Simple and Powerful Vision Improvement, November 15, 2010
By Peggy Dean
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This review is from: Eye Yoga – How You See is How You Think (Paperback)

I wanted to see more clearly with eyes and mind and this book delivered both. The easy to follow exercises have retrained my eye muscles and my brain. I work on the computer for several hours a day, and had developed tension and stress in my eyes. With the easy to follow exercises from Eye Yoga, I have retrained my eye muscles and my brain. Once I educated my eyes and brain to the new way, my vision improved . It’s fun and I’m pleased that I am taking care of my long-term vision health. A side benefit is that the stress I had carried in my shoulders from the hours in front of the computer has vanished. You see why I highly recommend this book.

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exercises for Vision Improvement, October 27, 2011
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Rebecca Johnson “The Rebecca Review” (Washington State)
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This review is from: Eye Yoga – How You See is How You Think (Paperback)

“Frequently people find that once they educate their eyes they do not need to do these exercies often.”

Before reading this book I didn’t realize that the eyes needed to be exercised. Is it really possible to live without glasses and contacts? Well to accomplish better eye health this book suggests that you do the exercises with a partner. Basically your partner moves their finger in front of your face in certain ways. Like one of the exercises is done as follows:

“Have your partner focus on the tip of your index finger, held several feet out in front of the tip of their nose. Tell them to keep your finger in focus as you slowly move your finger in towards the tip of their nose.”

Throughout the book there are plenty of pictures and diagrams to help you do the exercises correctly. This book also has information on nearsightedness, farsightedness, difficulty seeing up close, astigmatism and cataracts. It is interesting to note that around age forty near sight tends to deteriorate. This is happening to me and I’m 44. I have to sometimes hold things further away to read them.

The authors of this book delve into some territory I’m not sure I totally agree with but it is interesting. Like they say that nearsightedness is caused by a fear of being overwhelmed by the big picture. I think of it much more as a physical reality than caused by emotional problems.

So if you are experiencing problems with your sight this might give you some indication as to why it is occuring. The exercises are easy to do but you do need someone to help you with them.

~The Rebecca Review

12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Eye Yoga: How You See Is How You Think, April 6, 2011
By Ann Miller
This review is from: Eye Yoga – How You See is How You Think (Paperback)

Eye Yoga is clear and simple, light-hearted and fun, as well as deep and technical. Charts, graphs, drawings and photos walk the reader through each exercise. Best of all, the print in the book is large enough for me to read without glasses! I find the exercises improved my eyesight as well as my balance, reading and sight-brain connection. For me, reading the research, the client stories and the student successes is like reading “chicken soup for the eye-challenged.”

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