Holistic Vision Coach Certification
Vision Instructor Certification will provide the tools necessary for you to train people with overall health that also improves vision. This training is a non -medical certification training that supports the well being of one’s health and vision. Combining Body Reading skills, Compassionate Communication, and proficiency in all the eye exercises in the Eye Exercises Vision manual provides the foundation for one to be a vision coach. The trainer/coach makes no claims or guarantees to diagnose, prescribe heal, or treat someone for medically diagnosed conditions. While no medical claims can be made we have observed the testimonials of many individuals who claim that this training helped their vision as a bi-product of improved overall health.
Holistic Vision Coach Certification provides the tools necessary for you to coach people with their overall health condition that includes visual health. This training is a non -medical certification training that supports the well being of one's health and vision. Combining Body Reading skills, Compassionate Communication, and proficiency in all the eye exercises within the Holistic Vision Training manual, provide the foundation for one to be a Holistic Vision Coach. The trainer/coach makes no claims or guarantees to diagnose, prescribe heal, or treat someone for medically diagnosed conditions. While no medical claims can be made we have observed the testimonials of many individuals who claim that this training helped their vision as a byproduct of improved overall health.
My approach to Vision Improvement is a whole health system that incorporates a connection to the forces of nature that influence every movement and aspect of our life. These forces, in Chinese philosophy, are called Yin/Yang and the 5 transformations (AKA seasons, movements, phases, or elements.)
Vision challenges are specifically related to health distortions-a call for attention to improve one or more of these primal energy natural movements. I will summarize some examples of these and for a more in-depth understanding of the Yin/Yang and the 5 movements please refer to Shaping Our Destiny and other books listed in our Shop, and the References at the back of the Holistic Vision Training book.
For example, nearsightedness is a reflection of our closest plans in life that are calling for attention/harmony. “Stress”/ a de-energizing experience in the moment to moment planning of our lives compromises blood and energy/”chi” flow to the eyes. Present direction attitudes and activities often relate most closely to gallbladder energy meridian. Farsightedness is often a reflection of future planning and direction of activities, which are most commonly influenced by liver energy networks. The Liver and Gallbladder are a paired organ/energy system that coincides with the Spring and early morning time of day when we wake and plan our dreams that were conceived in winter and evening (Kidney/Bladder & Reproductive system).
Another example of integrating nature with eyesight:: our eyes need more O2 at night and at higher altitudes. In the morning and at noon and in spring and summer our vision is at its best.
Do your inner seasons create reactive behaviors that over time compromise your health? These corresponding zones in the eyes are susceptible to extremes in behavior.
OR PROACTIVE EMOTIONS?
Holistic recommendations (Physical Emotional and Spiritual) create whole body changes that in turn increase blood circulation to the eyes=
Vital HEALTH and VISION
HEALING INTERNALLY TRANSFORMS OUR VISION
How we adapt to the cycles of nature affect different eye muscles and neurological connections that correspond to the physical emotional and spiritual associations of the seasons of the year. A person who consistently rolls their eyes in an upward direction when confronted with stress will create a deficiency in other sections of the eye/retina that will eventually affect visual acuity. Similarly, a person who looks down to retreat inward when confronted will also create a lack of circulation to other parts of the eye. Strengthening the associated organs/energetics of the eye area with specific Exercises, Foods, and Relationship Skills changes the circulation of blood which balances the neurological connections throughout the eye thus improving vision.
DO YOU SEE THINGS AS THEY ARE? OR DO YOU SEE THINGS AS YOU ARE?
OUR EYES ARE A MICROCOSM OF OUR EVERY LIFE EXPERIENCE
IMPROVING OUR HEALTH IMPROVES HOW WE SEE AND EXPERIENCE LIFE
The Yin/Yang model also suggests that farsightedness often represents a more contracted condition of the eye shape and/or lens. Nearsightedness represents a more expanded condition of the eye shape and/or lens. Again, I am briefly mentioning some of these influences in case the reader is interested in studying these more involved principles and how to change them more than just for vision improvement but for a deeper perspective of any aspect of his/her physical emotional, and spiritual life. Students of Chinese Medicine or Macrobiotics will already be oriented to absorb these principles into their lifestyle. The overall message is more than fixing organs, Vital health is about blending our lives with the forces of nature and Fulfilling our Life Purpose.
The eyes need more oxygen and glucose (the estimate most commonly referred to is 8x more) than most other parts of the body. The brain (where vision is completely processed) needs 20-30 X more O2 and glucose than the rest of the body. Our eyes are less important for survival than our heart, liver, kidney, and most of the internal organs. So when these life-essential organs are compromised, the blood goes to them instead of the eyes and the result is eye/vision distortions and symptoms.
Humans’ keen eyesight is perhaps an evolutionary bonus that goes along with our higher consciousness potential and when survival functions become more important than viewing art, the wonders of nature or reading inspiring philosophies and music notes, or watching movies, the eyes/vision become compromised as a signal for us to change something. As one of our 5 senses, perhaps hearing, smell, touch, and taste are more important for daily survival than vision and that is why the other senses seem to consistently maintain more longevity than sight.
Vision training is becoming more popular. People are no longer willing to surrender to having poor vision. Instead, we are finding that like any muscle or body part/function our eyes can improve.