Glasses Off! Learn to read easily again one step at a time.

Cassandra Arnold, Natural Vision Educator

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9 Videos (29m)
    • What and Why

    • How is this possible?

    • Reading The White Spaces

    • Sliding For Clarity

    • Convergence Games

    • Relaxing Into White

    • Project Review

    • Final Thoughts

    • Red Shifter Bonus Lesson


About This Class

Do you already have reading glasses, or are you wondering when that is going to happen to you and if there is anything that can be done to prevent it?

Either way, join this class to improve and maintain your close sight naturally.

Using methods based on the work of Dr William Bates, Ray Gottlieb, Leo Angart, Neuro-linguistic Programming, and others, you will create your own tools for a simple and effective daily practice to prevent and reverse old-age sight.

There are links to the tools that I have attached for you to download on the project page.

Have fun!

13 of 13 students recommendSee All

As someone who suffers from Keratoconus and a hard contact lens wearer ,I found this course very clear in helping me understanding how the eye works.The exercises in the class are very useful and have started to incorporate them in my daily life, thanks1
Neil Patel

Podcaster & Self-Taught Coder.

Just started and will be working on the exercises.
Ron Mulvey

Artist / Art Teacher

Eye-opening! Really fascinating course. Can't wait to 'see' the results :D





Cassandra Arnold

Natural Vision Educator

Cassandra Arnold is a retired physician, who specialised in humanitarian work with Doctors without Borders. She currently lives in Canada but also calls Australia and England home.

Now, she writes, paints, volunteers with children and animals, and teaches and studies natural vision improvement. It is a fascinating field, full of controversy, colourful stories, and challenge to the status quo.

It is needed more and more in our over-developed world. Over 80% of children in Taiwan will become near-sighted (myopic) before they leave school, and almost all older people reach for a pair of reading glasses at about the age of 40, believing there is no other option. Find out more about her approach at her website

You can find out a lot more about her and even read one of her stories by visiting her artist website