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Eyesight Tips 101: Eye Washing

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Eyesight researcher and author of Secrets to Perfect Eyesight Robert Zuraw shares his single most important exercise you can do to correct and improve your eyesight.

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Sungazing – The benefits! video

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Watch this 7 minute video from Natural News TV which shares one man’s experience with Sun Gazing. Learn how Magnus Mulliner, of the UK, has been sun gazing since 2005 and has experience many remarkable benefits – including eye sight improvement. Magnus Mulliner’s eyesight has improved from 20/20 to 20/12 feet – the U.K. equivalent of improving from 6/6 to 6/3.8 meters. Mangus has tested his vision regularly since sun gazing and noticed that his eyesight continues to get stronger. The world record for best eyesight is 6/3.5 meters. In a few years, maybe Magnus can break this record!

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Sungazing: The Science of Staring at the Sun documentary (video)

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Amateur filmmaker Matt Wilcox explains what sungazing is, how to sun gaze, and how sun gazing affects our brain – shown through an EEG experiment by world renowned neurologist Dr. Fred Travis. Observe the most thorough eye exam possible by one of the best departments of ophthalmology in the United States in this 11 minute documentary on Sun Gazing.

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Spending time in sun can prevent children becoming short-sighted

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Short-sightedness in Asia has reached record level, with around 90 per cent of school-leavers in Singapore need glasses. Research from Australia found that children should spend a minimum of two to three hours outside each day in direct sunlight to avoid becoming short-sighted.

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Aging of Eyes Is Blamed for Range of Health Woes

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New research at the University of Kansas School of Medicine shows that eye health is directly related to overall health, occurrence of disease and aging. The gradual yellowing of the lens and the narrowing of the pupil that occur with age disturb the body’s circadian rhythm, contributing to a range of health problems. As the eyes age, less and less sunlight gets through the lens to reach key cells in the retina that regulate the body’s circadian rhythm, its internal clock, and hormone production.

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Eyesight Tips 101: Sunlight: The Food Of Your Eyes

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The sun improves the eyes and pupils in many wonderful ways. For instance, it loosens tight muscles. The nerves and muscles just naturally let go of stress and tension, a leading cause of poor eyesight. The eyes thrive on the sun’s energy

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This website is dedicated to the free discemination of information on the healing powers of the Sun and the spiritual practices of Sun Gazing and Surya (Sun) Yoga. All information is given in the spirit of the Sun, whom shares its Light and Love without restriction. May all of humanity benefit from the enlightening energy of the Sun and the wisdom of all beings who share in this service of Sun Yoga.


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