The Cure of Imperfect Sight by Treatment
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The Original Bates Method, for correcting vision defects

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Mental Shifting                     127
a second, without shifting from one part to another, or to some other object and back again; and the attempt to do so always produces strain. Those who think they are remembering a black object continuously are uncon sciously comparing it with something not so black, or
Fig. 43
Patient with atrophy of the optic nerve gets flashes of im proved vision after palming.
else its color and its position are constantly changing. It is impossible to remember even such a simple thing as a period perfectly black and stationary for more than a fraction of a second. When shifting is not done uncon sciously patients must be encouraged to do it consciously. They may be directed, for instance, to remember suc cessively a black hat, a black shoe, a black velvet dress, a black plush curtain, or a fold in the black dress or the