This revolutionary new look at vision will broaden your understanding of how you see and how you can see without your glasses or contact lenses. Take Off Your Glasses and See has ratings and 16 reviews. Jacob Liberman, Take Off Your Glasses and See shows you how to free yourself from the. Take Off Your Glasses and See by Jacob Liberman, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Take Off Your Glasses and See: This revolutionary new look at vision will broaden your understanding of how you see and how you ttake see without your glasses or contact lenses. Take Off Your Glasses and See shows you how to free yourself from the crutch of prescription lenses, to build your self-confidence and awareness, and to open up your inner and goasses vision in order to see more clearly.
Take Off Your Glasses and See : Jacob Liberman :
Jacob Liber This revolutionary new look at vision will broaden ans understanding of how you see and how you can see without your glasses or contact lenses.
Jacob Liberman, an internationally recognized authority on holistic vision care, explains how most vision problems are the result of an unconscious decision to “close your eyes” to emotional discomfort or pain, and how increasingly powerful corrective lenses only encourage fof to withdraw even further. Liberman’s approach can help you join the thousands who have escaped from the self-defeating cycle of poor vision. Paperbackpages. Published November 14th by Harmony first published February 28th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jan 16, Karli rated it it was amazing. It works, it really does. Commit and follow through with your eye exercises, jacog you will see dee improvement within a month.
Some of his claims are short of scientific backing. He just makes quasi scientific statements and expects you to believe them.
His constant, glassse chatter till he ever gets to a point is another story. Having said that, I still know that there is definitely healing of eyesight using natural means, based on neuroscience data. Jul 11, Jim rated it liked it Shelves: I’m not positive of my glases on this book as the effects of it are not in yet.
Still, it gave me some support for a theory that I’d held myself – my optometrist gives I’m not positive of my rating on this book as the effects of it are not in yet.
Whether I’ll ever get rid of reading glasses entirely is doubtful, but hopefully my vision won’t get worse. He has an interesting theory on vision. If you hate glasses, youd is the book for you. May 17, Mary Lewis rated it liked it.
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This book discusses the emotional basis for near or far sightedness. Energy and Auras are discussed. Inner vision and Eye vision libernan equated. The restricted eye movement causes a mental tunnel vision and resulting emotional restrictions. His method for eliminatine the use of glasses and contacts are given. Vision improvement re This book discusses the emotional basis for near or far sightedness. Vision improvement resources anr programs in U. Sep 07, Trace rated it liked it Shelves: Some really intriguing ideas about healing your vision.
The author says that the body is remarkable in that it has the ability to heal itself in ALL areas – even vision. Makes sense to me. I found the book tedious to read – I like summaries, and this book didn’t summarize main points I’m going to do further research on this topic and try some of the exercises May 20, Peter rated it really liked glaeses. An interesting and practical book.
This book provides many examples takke exercises to help improve your natural vision. Just as the title implies, the book also focuses on your insight maily consisting of different meditation approaches and views on life which was a great help to fully grasp the understanding of the methods and benefits of the exercises.
I wouldn’t say this was am easy read, nor was it a quick read. If you decide to pick this book up consider taking the time to do the exercises An interesting and practical book. If you decide to pick this book up consider taking the time to do the exercises because that’s probably the real reason why you would start this book.
Sep 12, Miyo Kachi rated it it was amazing. I feel so much gratitude toward Dr. Reading and working with this this book helped my eyesight so much, I was able to pass my driving test to drive in Tennessee which I initially failed. Cannot recommend it highly enough- if you are considering Lasik surgery to correct your eyesight, read this first! Jan 27, Anastasia rated it really liked it Shelves: I like the overall approach – it’s about changing your perception. Jul 10, Danielle Cumberland rated it liked it Shelves: This book may turn into a DNF, because I am losing interest in it.
But I wanted to say a few words about what I have read so far at just about halfway through the book. First, the perennial question: Yeah, sort of, in a way, it can work. My main issue is that it might not work in a way that is practical for most people. The striking part that DID work in a desirable way was partially credited to the book, but not entirely. The book jogged my memory of an older man, who had told me that he installed a super-bright, full-spectrum light above his reading chair and that, by using it, he could read without glasses.
So, I took my book outside in the bright summer sunlight and read without my corrective lenses for over an hour with no difficulty whatsoever. I do think it would be both practical and possible to read without corrective lenses every day if I only get a light like that, which would probably be beneficial in the long run.
I do agree with the author’s basic premise that using corrective lenses all the time “fixes” your vision into that level of correction. This is where it gets impractical. If one removes one’s glasses in order to “allow” the eyes to freely self-correct which I agree, they could do, at least to a pointeventually, one needs to put glasses back on.
Now, this might not be a problem if you’re an optometrist yourself and can just pick up a weaker pair of glasses at whim. But how is the average person supposed to have a variety of different Rx lenses to choose from according to the need of the moment?
See, the fact that one’s eyes adjust to a prescription and “fix” themselves into a particular focus is not so bad after all. Besides that, I’m really only interested in not requiring corrective lenses at all. There is no benefit to me in simply having a reduced prescription if I even did get that. Am I going to finish the book? If I change my mind about it, I’ll come back and edit my review. But for now, the book is somewhat intriguing, but not very practical for me. Sep 08, Florian Kersten rated it really liked it.
Finally, a book that truly was able to express what I’ve been experiencing with my own eyesight! The change is not permanent but I’ve made great strides, and a month or 2 later I can now see sharply with -3 lenses though I only wear them when I absolutely need to.
Liberman’s thinking is very much “out there”, which is fine for someone like Finally, a book that truly was able to express what I’ve been experiencing with my own eyesight!
Take Off Your Glasses and See : How to Heal Your Eyesight and Expand Your Insight
Liberman’s thinking is very much jacoh there”, which is iff for someone like me. However, I can see how it would be off-putting to some. But, if you read it with an open mind and attempt to expand your “vision” not just eyesightyou can confirm the truth of what’s written here with your own experience. What do you have to lose? Well, your glasses for one. Mar 02, Daniel rated it it was amazing.
That was frustrating, i haven’t used my eye lenses or glasses for weeks, almost not at ofr, and i actually feel Update: That was frustrating, i haven’t used my eye lenses or glasses for weeks, almost not at all, and i actually feel quite confident about it. It will continue to get better, i know it: May 28, Russell Eric Dobda rated it liked it.
Ever wonder why each time you go to the eyedoctor you need stronger glasses?
This book proposes that vision problems are not merely physical eye deformities but psychological and spiritual imbalances that manifest in vision problems. By working through these issues with confidence, clarity, and relaxation, we can improve our own vision from the inside out. Doctors are taught one thing, but didn’t you ever wonder if you didn’t upgrade that prescription that next time you visit the doctor?
Perhaps Ever wonder why each time you go to the eyedoctor you need stronger glasses? Perhaps it would will be the same because you have a vision set point that is defined by your psychological and spiritual issues and this set point can move by working on yourself.