Do you want to see clearly, without glasses or contact
- Are you apprehensive of
laser surgery on your eyes?
- Did you try eye exercises without success?
- There IS a much better alternative...
blurry vision; regain clarity naturally!
how to improve your eyesight with ease!
Few people are aware of the option
of improving eyesight naturally.
All that most of us know is when our eyesight deterioriates, we
can choose between either (stronger) glasses, or contact lenses,
or becoming a guinea pig for the currently popular laser surgery
industry. However, in the 1920s, Dr. Bates, a prominent eye surgeon
in New York, developed a safe and effective natural option:
Bates Method of Natural Vision Improvement.
explore natural ways of going from blur to clarity.
When you know what causes blurry vision you can do the opposite.
Then you will soon have better vision without glasses.
You'll be glad to know that vision improvement can be EASY!
(And it is definitely NOT a regimen of eye exercises.)
Common 'side effects' of improved natural vision include:
- better eye health,
- improved depth perception,
- colors are seen more vividly,
- self-confidence rises,
- memory is better.
Gone or reduced are:
- blurry vision,
- eye strain,
- neck tension,
- light sensitivity,
- headaches and migraines.
You will love seeing clearly with your own eyes again!
ahead - enjoy Visions of Joy!
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CLASS / EVENT:
27 September 2014 - Natural
Vision group-class in Rijswijk, Netherlands
4-12 October 2014 - Esther teaches in
Did you see Esther's TV interviews?
Temporarily there are very few group classes scheduled due to my
writing projects, but
private lessons, phone or skype consultations and the
e-mail course to improve your vision continue as normal.
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website was most recently updated on: 17 September 2014