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"I learned so much about myself—about the way I see other people and the way I let myself be seen," she says. "My underlying problem was that I was terrified to reach out. I was scared of other people. Seeing in the distance is a kind of reaching out." These days, Neff coaches people in natural vision improvement and other healing practices. "I want to help people know that life can get better. Your vision can get better; if you're stuck, you don't have to stay stuck," she says. "Even if you think, 'It may work for someone else but it will never work for me'—challenge that. What if it could be really easy to improve your eyesight? What if it could be fun? It's something we're born with; little babies know how to do it. Don't make it a chore and a struggle. Make it an adventure."

Dr. Marc Grossman will be teaching "The Yoga of Vision," a weekend workshop, at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in the Berkshires, January 30 to February 1, 2015.

RESOURCES

Marc Grossman, OD, L.Ac, Naturaleyecare.com

Nancy Neff, Dreamersight.com

Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Sriaurobindoashram.org

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