Great exercise to increase your eyesight
1. Sit comfortably and gently rub your hands till it feels warm.
2. Close your eyes and cover them lightly with your palm without applying pressure on your eyeballs and your nose remains uncovered.
3. Be assured that no light rays penetrate the eyes, and leave no gaps between fingers or between the fringe of the palms and the nose.
4. Imagine deep blackness and target the blackness.
5. Take deep breaths slowly and evenly, think of some happy events or occasions; or visualize a distant scene.
6. Do the act for at least three minutes.
Range of Motion
The following eye patterns are to strengthen the muscles of the eyes in a mobilizing way which will conclusively improve your eyesight consistently. Keep breathing while doing these motions, relax your face and no need for extra tension. Do each motion 8 – 10 times.
1. Side to Side: Move the eyes right and left so that you are seeing as far to one side as possible without tension. Really see the horizon as you pass from one side to the other.
2. Up and Down: Similar to the side to side motion—remember to keep the face relaxed and allow the environment to come to your eyes rather than reaching your eyes out to the environment.
3. Diagonals: Work the eyes from right/high to left/low and then left/high to right/low.
4. Circles: Working the eyes in circular pathways helps integrate all the muscles together so they function synergistically. Don’t rush, and notice any places in the circle where you tend to “skip.”
5. Figure 8’s: Similar to the circular action—try to make the pathways as smooth and relaxed as possible.
6. Near and Far: I enjoy doing this one by a window or outside. Play back and forth…focusing on objects near and then seeing how far out in the distance you can see. This is especially useful for people who are in front of a computer all day long. If you don’t have a window near your computer, make sure you take breaks every now and then so your eyes can focus on more distant scenes—which allows your eyes to relax.