Improve Your Eyesight Naturally

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By: Leo Angart


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Size: 182mm x 222mm
Pages : 256
ISBN : 9781845908010
Format: Paperback
Published: March 2012

This book details strategies designed to improve your eyesight by literally exercising your ability to see. Leo’s approach is very specific and targets each degree of vision problem. He explains how you can tone your eye muscles, release tension and build up energy in order to regain your natural eyesight.

Improve Your Eyesight Naturally includes simple vision tests that you can use yourself to verify your level of vision and monitor your improvements. It is effective for:

  • Near-sight - the inability to see at distance
  • Astigmatism - uneven stress patterns in the cornea
  • Presbyopia - the need for reading glasses
  • Eye coordination - when the eyes point beyond or closer than the object of interest
  • Ansiometropia - when the two eyes have different degrees of near-sight
  • Amblyopia - also known as ‘lazy eye’, a condition where the brain switches off one eye
  • Strabismus - when one eye diverges in or out.

Previously published under ISBN 9783937553085.

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Leo Angart

Leo Angart is a business consultant, author and trainer. Having worn glasses for more than 25 years he speaks from personal experience. It has now been more than 19 years since he threw away his glasses.


  1. My son has been using Leo's exercises for the past couple of years and has, by doing so, gone from a point where we were practically accused of child abuse by his school nurse for ignoring his deteriorating eyesight and not getting him glasses, to the point now where he is learning to drive glasses free, which thoroughly vindicates our belief in Leo's methods. This is powerful stuff which should be taught in schools -” rather than carting kids off to the opticians to condemn them to a life behind glasses. I urge everyone who wants to solve their eyesight problems to try Leo's methods.
  2. I was a sceptic but I found this book fascinating and am doing the exercises to try to improve my vision. Mr Angart covers many different types of eye conditions from short-sightedness to astigmatism, lazy eye and beyond. Each chapter covers a different vision issue and included specific exercises designed to improve eyesight. I think it is a great book for anyone who wants to stop wearing glasses and/or improve their eyesight.

  3. As a wearer of spectacles myself, I was interested to see what this book had to say about improving vision. The book encourages the reader to explore their own vision problems, do the tests provided to determine visual acuity and to experiment with the exercises in the sections which are most relevant to the individual reader.
    The book is based on the principle of vision training and draws on the work of Dr William Bates, who developed a series of simple exercises at the end of the 19th century. Angart, who writes from the perspective a business consultant and trainer, has an easy to read style which, at the same time, contains much interesting information which is presented in a visually attractive way.
    He includes simple vision tests for a number of conditions including near sight, issues, lazy eye and strabismus (where the eyes are not properly coordinated with each other).
    I have not yet had the opportunity to try out the exercises, but I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in exploring alternative methods of intervention. It is full of interesting information and activities.
  4. The Leo Angart book is a wonderful resource. There are many practical exercises,although the one which had the most benefit to me was -˜Energy Exercise'. It combines the powerful use of visualisation with the Chinese life giving energy of chi. It opened my eyes (literally as well as metaphorically) to the power of chi and helped improve my eyesight from -3.75 dioptres to less than 1 dioptre in both eyes.
    The instructions are clearly explained, taking you through each step in a logical manner.
    To aid comprehension there are also small images showing the ideal things that you should be doing at each stage. It was so easy that I only needed to read the instructions a few times before I had memorised the whole process and I could thus do the exercise whenever and wherever I wanted.
    There is also much information about how the eye functions and specific exercises for various eye afflictions (such as astigmatism, myopia, hypermyopia, amblyopia, strabismus, etc.). It is therefore a practical and comprehensive tool for those looking to improve their eyesight naturally.
  5. Leo's book sees far beyond clarity of vision. He gives you tools to recognise small changes that make a huge difference.
    Through the knowledge in this book I am more able to understand the subtle changes and stresses in my body.
  6. Leo's approach is so encouraging. I spend time reading smaller and smaller print so that I can restore my reading vision back to how it used to be. I wear lesser and lesser strength reading glasses and now have +1s. I am sure I will be able to give up reading glasses very soon. I tell everyone I know about Leo's work and am determined to stop wearing reading glasses as proof of how wonderful his methods are.
  7. I have been organising Leo Angart's London workshops since 1996. People tell me that just through reading previous editions of this book, a distillation of his many years of reading and practice in the field, they have changed limiting beliefs and improved their vision even without attending a course.
    I have never worn glasses and would have expected to in my mid 40s, before I met Leo. The book is a mine of practical, readily usable information. I find it useful to direct people to the Vision Training Plan in the book so they can see immediately that there are 3 or 4 actions specifically for their vision challenges.
  8. Long interested in investigating the seemingly far-fetched claims people have made that vision could be improved naturally, without glasses, I attended Leo Angart's course, in which he puts the principles in this book into action. To my amazement, by doing the exercises over the several days of the course, my wife and I both found we needed, on average, between our four eyes, about 3/4 of a diopter less prescription correction per eye.
    Both of us, who had been requiring increased prescriptions every couple of years, were now able to return to the prescriptions of several years before (about a diopter less per eye) and spend more time wearing no glasses at all within a few days. As important, we learned that some of the factors that make it hard for many of us to see clearly, also put long-term pressure on the eyes, setting them up for more serious problems in old age. Thus, some of the exercises Leo describes here not only improve sight, but also appear to protect our eyes over the course of our lives.

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