EYE EXERCISES.

Kyle Grimshaw-Jones ND, RT www.conscioushealing.com.au

EYE SUNBATH.

Sit comfortably facing the morning sun with your eyes gently

closed for 5 to 15 minutes. Avoid looking directly at the sun,

but ensure you are directly facing it.

EYE WATERBATH.

Immediately after the sunbath, fill a bowl or an egg cup (NOT an

eye bath) with the most natural chemical-free energised water you

can find.

If using a bowl, simply take a deep breath, place both your

hands either side of the bowl as it rests on the table, put your

face in the bowl, and blink fifty times. If you can't hold your

breath that long, then simply come up, take another breath, and

repeat until you have reached fifty.

If using the eggcup, fill with cool water, bend forward

facing the ground, and gently place the eye into the water.

Hold the eggcup with your left hand for your right eye first,

then with your right hand for your left eye. Empty and refill

the eggcup between doing each eye.

PALMING EXERCISE.

Immediately following the water bath, apply your left hand

diagonally over your left eye, and your right hand diagonally

over your right eye, so your hands cross. (Place your elbows

comfortably on a table while you sit in a chair.) Keep the eyes

open at this stage, and close your fingers and alter your hand

positioning slightly so you see perfect blackness with NO light

whatsoever. Then close your eyes and stay in this position, for

from 10 to 30 minutes.

The above three exercises are to be carried out in the

morning. The following four exercises may be done at any time.

ROUND-THE-CLOCK EXERCISE.

Sit facing a wall and imagine a giant clock on the wall in front

of you. Keep your head still, and look at the imaginary clock.

Look at 12, then cycle your way around from 1 to 12 again.

Then rest your eyes for a few seconds (eyes closed) and take a

deep breath. Then repeat in reverse, starting at 12, then 11,

10, 9 etc. until you reach 1 and 12 again.(First clockwise, then

anticlockwise.) Rest and take another deep breath. Repeat the

above several times. Then follow the sequence 12 6 1 7 2 8 3 9

4 10 5 11 6 12 and rest and breathe. Then follow the sequence

12 6 11 5 10 4 9 3 8 2 7 1 6 12 and rest and breathe. Repeat

several times and rest.

FAR AND NEAR EXERCISE.

This is to improve lens flexibility and accomodation. First

look at an object in the far distance for one second, and then at

the tip of your nose for one second. Repeat several times, rest

and breathe, and repeat.

BLINKING EXERCISE.

Sit and read this sheet one letter at a time, from top left to

bottom right, blinking once between each letter. Rest and

breathe once you finish this page.

ENSURE YOU ALSO DO THE NECK EXERCISES ON THE SPINAL SHEETS!