Eyes - nearsightedness

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In fact, some people call the nearsightedness myopia. The nearsightedness occurs when a person cannot see well at a distance and sees well at short distances. To see well at short distance is what is important for the person. One needs close distance not to fail, to be able to see coming dangers distinctly. This condition normally starts during adolescence (teenage) or even earlier.

Nearsighted people see the world more than they listen to it. Essential things in life come to them through eyesight. Nearsighted people cannot see well at a distance because they can only be available for what comes close to them. The ocular globe therefore gets distorted.

The person who turns nearsighted will suffer from this condition because he feels that, in the past, he was little attentive, little vigilant. He was slapped but failed to see the hand coming close. The slapping was far too close coming when he realised what was happening. Too late!

This is a person who turned a corner and was struck by an unexpected danger, very close and full of movement (here, nearsightedness was caused by a dynamic action). Some children become nearsighted when they are around six years of age, when they learn how to read. This is not because they strain their eyes. It is mostly related to the behaviour shown by the people who taught them how to read, which they find dangerous.

Basically, the six-year-old nearsighted child is afraid of people around him.

The nearsighted person brings things close to himself. “Danger is getting close to me!”

The crystalline of nearsighted people is always under strain. The nearsighted person is constantly strained about something. He must be under a dynamic situation. This is not something spontaneous. He is always ready for something dynamic.

He is afraid of everything. When feeling confident, he may take his glasses off.

The nearsighted person needs to be reassured. He can see what is close very well, but he hates what comes from afar and does not want to pay any attention to it, for the time being.

Thus, nearsightedness denotes major subjectivity and lack of self-knowledge. What is it that I do not want to see?

Basically, the nearsighted person does not want to see himself, he does not want to see inwards. The more the person fails to see who he really is, the bigger the problem will be.

Young people, normally, only see immediate things, and they lack farsightedness and an overview of things. Nearsightedness starts at an early age. The person refuses to see himself as a whole. He then becomes vulnerable, short-tempered or defensive, not wishing to be surprised by anything that might surprise him. Nearsightedness forces the youth to look closer to his own involvement. One of his parents, for example.

The fact that a nearsighted person needs to wear glasses from an early age means he gets used to them, thinking he can see everything very well. This is not true, however, just an illusion. Contact lenses are even worse, because they become invisible. Lenses and glasses put down the call from the body.

Nearsightedness may also have been programmed (in a non-conscious way) by the parents. Even when it starts at around six or seven years of age. The earlier it manifests itself, the more related it is to the parents’ programme (See Family and Babies).

The nearsighted person is an intellectual. He needs a lot of information because he is always on guard.

His neck muscles are always very stiff. The nape (back of the neck) is where the muscles that control eyesight are located. The nape is the yang part of the neck. nearsighted people have a very yang behaviour to make up for their intense fear. And they do not know how to relax.

The nearsighted person has too much past in his life. He lives in fear. The nearsighted person is afraid (he has been caught before. This must not happen again) and, for this reason, he is said to have too much past in his life.

The farsighted person is the opposite, he lives in constant apprehension, anxiously (I may be caught) and, for this reason, he is said to have too much future in his life. He is always on guard so that he is able to know where danger comes from. He is anxious. He does not even want to allow himself to be caught. As for the nearsighted person, he has already been caught. For him, danger is immediate. The present is dangerous. He is very much afraid of the near future.

Nearsightedness surgery is successful and eradicates the effects of nearsightedness. However, if the person does not sort out the tensions in his conscience, Nearsightedness will come back very quickly. In my experience, many people have managed to cure Nearsightedness. These are mostly young people. Getting rid of farsightedness is much more complex.

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