How to apply positive thinking to improve your vision

As I said in the previous post; I consider that the key to success in improving your vision naturally is quite simple. I like to see it as a mathematical formula, although there are more factors depending on the result, such as your visual case. But, basically I formulate this way.

Vision improvement = Constancy + Attitude

Although, you have to keep in mind that one can depend on the other. I mean, if I have a good attitude and positive thinking, I will practice and be constant in my routine, because what I think becomes reality, and it makes me act in one way or another.

We already talked in the last post about consistency. And today, let's focus on the attitude during this process.


Do you trust the Bates Method? Do you think it is possible to recover your vision naturally? And more important, Do you trust yourself and that is possible for YOU to recover the vision? Are you afraid of "failure"?

These negative thoughts can make you unconsciously do not practice daily, don't be fully present and mindful when you do so, or worry too much about your own improvement.

I also felt that fear. I believed in the Bates Method, and I really wanted to improve my vision. But, deep down I was afraid that after trying it, for some reason, in me it wouldn't work. So often, I avoided the exercises that required the use of the eyechart and I was worried too much if one day I couldn't practice the exercises. Then, I realized that I was stressed by practicing the bates method and decided to change that attitude. Well, I needed to relax to improve my vision and that was counterproductive.

For this,   to have a positive attitude and thinking will help you. Most times that something good happens to us is because behind it there was a positive thinking and an attitude suitable for it. Have you thought about it?


There are always some tools that can help you, today we will see positive thinking in detail. First, remove disparaging words from your vocabulary like failure. I never use that word, not to talk about anyone or myself.


Try to change the negative thoughts into positive ones. Do not use: I can't when you talk because you are sending an unconscious signal that you can't and you will not even try it. Change it for; I'm working on it.


If you don't believe in yourself and your ability to do so,; you, who are the owner of your actions, will not do anything to achieve your goals.

I remember when I was doing my yoga teacher training and tried to practice the handstand against the wall. At first I could not raise my legs on my hips even a little. And I said in frustration: I can not ... because I felt that way, Then, Shara (the teacher) came and said, yes you can :) From then on I started to practice and  I improved on it. I began to believe in myself and to work with constancy. I changed my I can't for I am still working on it.  That comforts and I never stopped practicing.

It is very simple, try to change every negative thought in to positive, almost as if they were mathematics. For example:


- I will not improve my vision -> I will improve my vision a little bit every day

- I can not see it -> I still can not see it clearly

- I'm not getting better -> I have not started to notice any changes yet

- I don't see better --> I am still working on it

If necessary, write down on a sheet all your thoughts  about your vision and try to transform it by positive thoughts. Whenever these thoughts arise on your day, remember the positive side. You will be surprised at what can change your attitude with this simple gesture. You will have more harmony and positivism, but also you will create the conditions for you to begin to act and practice more! Remember, if I could do it, you also can.

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