Frequently Asked Questions
Do you qualify?
This challenge is for you if:
You are nearsighted and/or have astigmatism, and your current glasses prescription is between -1.50 and -7.50.
Your close vision is good if you take your glasses off and hold things close enough.
You are a self-starter. You recognize that you will need to apply yourself to get results -- and you are willing to do that. However, you want to make sure that you are doing the right things, the ones that produce greater clarity in your vision.
You ask for help when you need it.
You're not looking for a medical "cure" for myopia. You recognize that if your vision can change for the worse, it can change for the better, once you know what to do.
You want to be part of an amazing group filled with forward-thinking, creative people of diverse background.
Who is this NOT for?
This is not for you if:
You are farsighted, with a plus sign (+) in front of the numbers in your glasses (such as +2.25). You need the Improving Close Vision course instead.
You are more interested in why your vision is the way it is, instead of how to fix it.
You want to argue points intellectually ad nauseam, instead of taking action, seeing your vision improve, and then duplicating your success.
You have high myopia, with a current glasses prescription higher than -7.50. Yes, you can improve your vision to 20/20. I've seen it done, and facilitated it being done, over and over. The initial steps are different, though. Schedule a 1:1 session to get more guidance on the best path for you.
How much does this cost?
There is a flat fee of $225 per month for ALL ACCESS to trainings, coaching calls, practice sessions and materials.
You get two months' membership free when you enroll in the yearly plan: $2250 for a year.
This looks amazing, but now is not a good time. Can I do it later?
Yes, in a few months when the membership portal opens again for a new cohort group. But the price point may be higher at that time.
If you wish to be notified when the next membership opening arises, Sign up on the waitlist.
But why punish yourself by not getting the help you need right now to improve your vision? Why settle for imperfect sight one more day -- when you can get the help you need -- live from a master in this field -- the fastest, most sure way to get results.
Life is full of obstacles. There is always something. I've found there is never a good time, there is only now. I've taken many opportunities when they were a stretch for me, and I've never once regretted it.
What is the time commitment?
Weekly coaching sessions and monthly training sessions of approximately 90 minutes each. If you can't attend live, you can watch the replays.
1 session of 60 minutes for peer practice. This is optional, but helpful -- especially if you learn best with others.
30 minutes of dedicated practice with the techniques. This can be split up into smaller segments of 5-10 minutes. When you're on a roll, and results are coming in, you may want double down.
Integrating the techniques moment-to-moment while you are on a computer, walking, driving, or doing household activities. This doesn't actually take any time, but it does take attention. Once you gain skill in improving your vision, the more frequently you do it, the faster the results.
What do you do about glasses while your vision improves?
You'll get a lot more info on this in the onboarding process, but here is the basic idea:
If you've already taken off your glasses, just keep them off!
If your prescription is -3.25 or less, you'll just need one weaker pair of glasses before you can toss them completely.
If your vision is -3.50 - 7.50, you can wean yourself through progressively weaker prescriptions. It is usually best to get a weaker pair of contact lenses to wear all day for the computer, etc. Usually this is about 2 to 2.5 diopters lower than the 20/20 correction.
Do the exercises with the contacts on. Also, get -1.50 glasses to use on top of the contact lenses for driving. The two together should give you 20/40 vision (or whatever the legal limit is for driving where you live).
As the vision improves so you can drive at night without glasses, then lower the prescription on the contacts. Repeat until you are out of contacts, and then glasses completely.
How long will I have access to the recordings of the sessions and course materials?
As long as your membership is current.