Instructions, Experiments and Process
It is the commonest of mistakes to consider|
that the limit of our power of perception
is also the limit of all there is to perceive.
--C. W. Leadbeater
PARALLEL FOCUS INSTRUCTIONS|
Opposite normal vision's converging the eye's focus point together on an object, a parallel focus allows the left eye to drift to the left, and the right eye drifts to the right. Each eye's focus point will be straight ahead never converging together at one point. Place your thumb or object one to two feet in front of you. Do not focus your eyes on the object but straight ahead. Using only your awareness on the object, a parallel focus produces double images.
Will power, time, and nightly practice is needed to retrain and condition the eye muscles to maintain a parallel focus. When the eye muscles are conditioned to parallel focus then a thought or a blink of the eyes will signal the muscles into a parallel focus with ease.
PARALLEL FOCUS EXPERIMENTS
A parallel focus on an object directly in front of you puts the object signals in the left eye right visual field (red) and the right eye left visual field (green). The LE-RVF and RE-LVF signals are at NONcorresponding points along the visual pathway because the parallel visual axis changes the signal locations along the visual tract.
The LE-RVF signals refract at the cornea and lens to the left retina side, follow the left optic track to the left hemisphere, cross the corpus callosum into the right hemisphere, follow the right optic track to the right eye right retina side, and then reverse refract into the RE-LVF. The sensation of the larger, closer and transparent image is observed on the left side.
The RE-LVF signals refract at the cornea and lens to the right retina side, follow the right optic track to the right hemisphere, cross the corpus callosum into the left hemisphere, follow the left optic track to the left eye left retina side, and then reverse refract into the LE-RVF. The sensation of a smaller, further back, transparent image is observed on the right side.
MISSING LINK CLUES
Parallel Focus Resultant
PARALLEL FOCUS QUESTIONS & ANSWERS|
Is it difficult to train the eyes to parallel focus?
What occurs if you look at the object with your eyes instead of your awareness?
How does one know the smaller, further right side image originated in the left eye's right visual field signals since it is the visual signals exiting the right eye left visual field?
Why is transparency observed in the parallel focus double images?
Why may parallel focus double images appear solid?
Are parallel focus double images a positive or a negative afterimage?
But, using the original object as the backdrop seems unlikely since the double images are observed in different sizes and distances, yet the two eyes are the same distance from the object. Why? are the images different sizes and distances?
If vision is a flow-through system, how can the visual neurons accommodate both the incoming visual impulses simultaneously with the outgoing signals?
How the visual neurons acquire a new state of balance in order for the incoming and outgoing impulses to travel within the same medium will have to be studied by the experts. Whether the incoming energy waves change to its particle-like characteristics and whether the major energy transformations occur at the corpus callosum will have to be studied, analyzed, and determined by the experts. Light energy with properties of electromagnetic forces that can work in mysterious ways with organisms have yet to be unraveled.
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