Conscious Seeing (Paperback)

Transforming Your Life Through Your Eyes

By Roberto Kaplan, O.D.

Atria Books/Beyond Words, 9781582700489, 224pp.

Publication Date: June 28, 2001

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Description

If the eyes are indeed the “windows to the soul,” then there might be a deeper significance to the emergence of an eye problem like nearsightedness than one might think. In Conscious Seeing, Dr. Roberto Kaplan explains that how we see is the largest determining factor in what we see. When we look at our eyes beyond the diagnosis of a problem, we can come to understand that visual symptoms are valuable messages through which we can be more aware of our true nature. An insightful, practical, and holistic approach to eye care, Conscious Seeing gives you the tools to reprogram your consciousness and gain skills for modifying your perception.


About the Author

Roberto Kaplan, O.D., M.Ed., is a photographic artist, an internationally known scientist and author, a medical intuitive, and an optometrist who is at the leading edge of twenty-first century health care. Dr. Kaplan holds a doctorate in optometry, a master’s in education, and is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and College of Syntonic Optometry. He is the author of Seeing Without Glasses and The Power Behind Your Eyes.


Praise For Conscious Seeing: Transforming Your Life Through Your Eyes

"In Conscious Seeing, Roberto Kaplan has taken the concepts of vision into the twenty-first century. It is the best book I have ever read on understanding how vision affects our life."
— Marc Grossman, O.D., author of Greater Vision and Magic Eye

"Conscious Seeing puts it all together: the art, the science, the spiritual, and the practical. Kaplan's creativity touches your soul. His best book to date."
— Ray Gottlieb, O.D., PhD, dean of the College of Synoptic Optometry

"Roberto Kaplan is a master at seeing visual problems as reflections of life problems. Once the links are made, he gives the reader tools to take control of not only how to see but also how to see yourself and better yourself."
— Paul Harris, O.D., FCOVD, behavioral optometrist