My new series of seminars and workshops, entitled “Envision Enhanced Vision.”
Did you know that each “personality” – in a person with multiple personality disorder – had different vision and the shape of the eyes change?! This points to the fact that only about 10% of vision is a function of the physical eyes, muscles, etcetera; and most of sight is determined by the mind and sub-conscious, including fears and beliefs. Tension results in contraction, and eye sight issues can result from prolonged or acute circumstances involving these emotions.
- Emotionally, this is a contraction – a pulling in to shut out pain or danger – like a turtle, pulling in its head and legs to be safe within its shell. Sub-Conscious: Purpose: Preserve Life, Health, and Safety.
- About 40% of the American population is near-sighted.
- Poor eyesight can be caused by extreme tension, which also may affect blinking functions.
- “Muscular Armoring” results from tension in eye muscles – the body is trying to build barriers to protect the mind and emotions from anger, fear, memories, etc.
- Only about 10% of vision occurs in the eyes; 90% is a function of the optic center in the brain (in the occipital lobe, which is part of our subconscious and regulates our automatic (or involuntary) functions (like digesting food, breathing, etc.).