Improving Eyesight: The Free Endmyopia Guides 2017-02-07T03:35:05+00:00

Put Away Your Wallet.  Improving your eyesight doesn’t have to cost a thing.  All you need is a modicum of intelligence, a bit of persistence, some curiosity, a little open-mindedness, and get ready to spend some time investigating, learning, and trying things out *(site content guide).  

On this page, some of the most recent first-hand improvement accounts from student readers, who used just the blog (not the famed and elusive BackTo20/20 program).  Read, learn, find your own inspiration.

Kim Jong Un: Can See Rockets Fly Farther Than Evar

Kim Jong Un's personal eye guru.  Too soon? One more maniac who wants to nuke the planet, while his people starve and he lives on caviar and French champagne.  And while China twiddles it's thumbs and keeps North Korea going and we ultimately fund the whole thing by buying our dearest precious iPhones which of course are made in China. Human irony knows no bounds.  We's all connected, Holmes. Here's the point, though: There is quite obviously no such thing as [...]

New Glasses: Massive Eye Pain!

Have you ever left the optometrist's office with new glasses, and your eyes hurting like never before? "Oh you'll get used to it", they tell you. If you were to ask a sagely bearded eye guru, he'd probably tell you that you should go home and measure your own focal plane error and that you might have way more diopters than you need. Maybe.  Also look for diopter ratio changes, or changes to cylinder correction. This is the sort of [...]

Initial Improvement Experiences: Stephanie & Eli

As usual, we're behind in posting improvement updates. Today a few that aren't of the zillion-diopters-reversed category.  Those are awesome of course, but what can be even more tangibly inspirational is the gains you get when you first try Jakey's magical recipe. Starting out with reduced corrections can be daunting.  Less clarity.  More blur.  You put those glasses on and every time you wonder, am I nuts doing this? Eli posts in the FB group: Starting gains. This isn't the [...]

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Bryan: -5.25 D Reduced To -3.25 D (In 18 Months)

Bryan goes from -5.25 to -3.25.  A worthwhile two diopter bit of 20/20 gains, this. -5.25 diopters.   The mainstream pretends it's no big deal.  Hey there little buddy wear these plastic lenses, pretend we're still living in the medical stone age.  These glasses will fix you right up, son.  Realistically though you are entirely helpless if you loose those glasses or contact lenses. Just think about it.  How far can you make it on your own, without 5 and more [...]

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Kristen: From -4.25 To -3.25 (In Two Months)

It's time darlings, for another student 20/20 gains progress report. Title of this story?  A little misleading.  Let's look at what Kristen says first hand, get the actual scenario: We do what we do. Those are some excellent starter gains. Except, you know.  Fixing initial overcorrection and eye strain is "easy".  Relatively you're not quite yet really reversing your myopia, you're just correcting some of the major issues with too many diopters and the basic problems of using all that [...]

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The Endmyopia Scam Facebook Thread

Yes, today is a funny one. As you might have seen from the article headline image, someone joined our Facebook group to call out the bearded sagely one. Indra.  Brave one, right into the lion's den. There's one thing worth considering for these kind of things.  Which is, be open to criticism, to questioning, to disbelief, to being called out.  Indra might not be the smartest tool in the shed but what he says thousands of other people must have [...]

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