Integrated Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is a powerful. When integrated with other disciplines, it is even more powerful. Here we can explore this theme, thereby increasing its effectiveness and visibility.

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Perception is a reality more than what is real, what we look at!

Here is an example of an integrated approach to vision therapy from my book Conscious Seeing.

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What is Integrated Vision Therapy - Some Quotes

In 1993, I began recording my clinical vision therapy experiences in a book, The Power Behind Your Eyes, that was published by Inner Traditions.…Continue

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Started by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD. Last reply by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD Dec 4, 2009.

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Comment by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD on January 14, 2010 at 3:42pm
I often ask myself, what is vision therapy? I am following a vision diagnosis, doing procedures through the eyes, but what is actually happening? I was trained to observe human behaviour. To integrated my vision findings with how the person was behaving during the training procedure. In my integrated vision therapy sessions, I see the nature of the visual behaviour just like the nature outside. There is a part of the human being that is trapped by the way they think they see. Vision is a personal coded system. In integrating vision and behaviour one begins to see the visual findings that are being trained to be part of the person's nature. Here is what it looks like for me.

Comment by Randy Schulman on December 10, 2009 at 7:59am
Will do. Enjoy the holiday season.
Comment by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD on December 10, 2009 at 1:59am
Yes, do keep me informed Randy, and then I can arrange my schedule.
Comment by Randy Schulman on December 9, 2009 at 7:17pm
Thanks. Makes sense. Let me know if you would still be interested in coming to the States for a talk. I am working on an integrative alternative medicine conference next Fall or Spring 2011,
Comment by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD on December 9, 2009 at 10:49am
I know that in Iridology in the U.S., and traditional Iris Diagnosis in Europe, many practitioners claim that the spots can go away. I have no photographic documentation of this change either, except for slight colouration changes. I believe the changes that do occur are still rather invisible to the naked and camera eye. However, I am open Randy to see these changes, but with proper research protocols. From an integrated perspective, if the patient feels better and lives a life congruent with their true self, the spot on the iris can remain without harm to the patient.
Comment by Randy Schulman on December 9, 2009 at 10:30am
How often do you see markings disappear? I have a patient who has a dark spot on her iris in the right eye in quadrant B and is doing a ton of alternative healings to treat a small spot on her breast and wondered if the iris would change as well. By the way, her BCIS spot has remained unchanged in 1 year and they wanted to do a radical mascetomy!
Comment by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD on December 8, 2009 at 4:52pm
Keep the questions coming please Randy, they are very inspiring.
Comment by Randy Schulman on December 8, 2009 at 4:32pm
Thank you. I am using the EyeCode fairly regularly now in the exam but have not had much opportunity to explore it in vision therapy of late for various reasons.
Comment by Roberto Kaplan O.D., M.Ed. FCOVD on December 5, 2009 at 8:36am
Thanks for your question Randy. When the person perceives a difference in light between the eyes, the EyeCode® perspective is very specific. In the example of the woman who reported less light in the right eye, she is suppressing her own inner light being directed down from her mind via the brain to the eye. This can be seen in retinoscopy. For the analysis process, the EyeCode® gives you the tools to ask questions.

Look first at the right iris and observe where there are emotional structures. Start with quadrant A and B. This is the outer world of the patient, that they may feel more comfortable in accessing this emotion. Then proceed to the inner quadrants C and D. In our example arrow 3 is linked to the patients perception of how much love they received from their father, any anger being harbored, as well factors of trust. I ask question while doing retinoscopy or patching the left eye and doing normal fixation, eye movement or accommodative rocks practices. I am interested in observing under what emotional consideration does the patient’s behaviours and performance improve. I then use those positive perceptions to build in the new encoding. Over time the patient feels more comfortable entering the world through the right eye. They have the safety to bring their inner light, their essence into the eye. If you wish to discuss this further we can. when appropriate, I will add syntonics or a colour light variation to help the patient link the inner light to the physical eye. During monocular training I find with this patient I have to be sensitive what physical practices I include because the light stimulation from the outside acts as an emotional stimulant, and this is exactly what the patient might be avoiding.
Comment by Randy Schulman on December 4, 2009 at 10:04pm
I would love to hear about how the EyeCode reveals why and how the right eye does not perceive light in the same manner as the left and what activities, exercieses would be helpful for this person.

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