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|Remedy Source:||Internal Exersizes, Dr. Stephen T. Chang, Tao Publishing,1986, pp 122-126|
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Source: Internal Exersizes, Dr. Stephen T. Chang, Tao Publishing,1986,
The eyes are the openings to the liver. People who suffer from eye
problems usually suffer from liver disorders and vice-versa. As anger is a
symptom of liver dysfunction in Taoist theory, people who use their eyes
too much may become angry. The Internal Exercises for the eyes will
strengthen both the eyes and the liver and help such serious disorders as
cataracts, astigmatism, nearsightedness, glaucoma, and liver problems.
The eyes, specifically their movements, are indicative of an individual's
intelligence. People who are clever have large eye movements and are
always exploring their environment. Slow eye movement or a lack of eye
movement indicates a repressed level of intelligence, which may also be
helped through stimulation of the eyes.
Poor blood circulation, indicated by dark circles under the eyes, can also
be helped by doing the Eye Exercises. Poor blood circulation results from
long periods of inactivity, such as those spent in front of a television
Often the first signs of sluggish circulation are chilly sensations, which
result when the body temperature rises above room temperature, causing
the surroundings to be cooler than the body. Like car engines, our bodies
need cool liquids to circulate through them and remove heat. If circulation
is sluggish, body temperature goes up. Then the blood "boils", forms
skins, and forms clots. So in order to prevent blood clots, the Eye and
Internal Exercises should be done, especially when television is being
Doing the Eye Exercise can also help bags or puffiness under the eyes
which indicate water retention or bad metabolism.
1. Place thumbs on rim of the eye sockets at the upper inside comer
of the eyes. There is a slight depression in the bone at the correct
point. Those points are designated by the letter A in figure 55a. Press
in deeply. Any pain indicates some blockage. Then massage the
points for a count of 10. Release. Repeat for a total of 3 times.
2. Next, place index fingers in the small depressions at the middle of
the lower eye sockets-points designated by B. Press in deeply on the
rims, not cheekbones. Massage for a count of 10. Release. Then
repeat for a total of 3 times.
3. Then, place index fingers on lower eye socket 1/4 of the distance
from outside comers of the eyes. (Look for letter C in figure 55d.)
Press and massage for a count of 10. Release. Repeat for a total of 3
4. Place middle fingers on top of eye sockets about 1/3 of the distance
from the outside comers of the eyes. (Look for letter D.) Press and
massage for a count of 10. Release. Repeat for a total of 3 times.
5. Place middle fingers on the temples by coming out from the end of
the eyebrows and locating soft depressions on the sides of the head
(point E). Press and massage for a count of 10. Release. Repeat for a
total of 3 times.
6. Palming. Rub hands together briskly until they are quite warm.
Cup the hands over both eyes, fingers slightly crossed, right over left.
Do not press the eyes. Hold for a count of 10. Then repeat for a total of
3 times, always feeling the warmth entering into the eyes from the
7. Then rub eyes lightly with three middle fingers. Rub the bones
around the eyes in a circular motion, starting from the inside comer of
each eye next to the nose. Rub up the bridge of the nose, across the
eyebrows, towards the temples, down and back around the lower rims
of the eye sockets to the nose again. Do this 10 times. Pause. Repeat
for a total of 3 cycles.
NOTE A: Rubbing in the opposite direction will weaken the eye
muscles and cause wrinkles to appear. Always use a natural, heal-
ing cream as a lubricant.
NOTE B: For cataract or glaucoma, practice the first seven eye
exercises up to 20 minutes daily. Whenever your eyes are tired, do the
Eye Exercises, as they will completely revitalize your entire body in
minutes. It is also good to do them in conjunction with exercises
which strengthen the liver.
NOTE C: Once you have located the painful points, it is not necessary
to continue pressing hard on these points. When you are doing the Eye
Exercises, even a very light touching of the points will accomplish the
purpose of the exercise, which is to restore normal vision.
NOTE D: Use the first two points (A and B) for diagnosis. If it is
painful at all when you press in deeply, then there is something wrong
with the eyes and/or body. If it is puffy or dark under point B, water
retention or lack of proper rest is indicated.
One may also practice additional exercises which will strengthen the
eyes and the muscles surrounding them.
1. Begin by keeping the head straight, but with the eyes first looking
up toward the ceiling and then down at the floor. Repeat this motion
several times. The eyes should always move slowly and with deliber-
2. Next, look to either side of the head.
3. Then look up and down into the opposite comers of the eyes.
4. Then rotate the eyes first in a clockwise direction, then in a
counterclockwise direction. This will take about ten minutes to per-
form when done slowly.
5. Always follow these eye movements with a rubbing of the hands
and a pressing of the palms onto the eyes to bring heat and energy into
If you practice these exercises consistently over a period of time, you
may never need glasses to see clearly.
A student of mine and his family benefited greatly from the Eye Exer-
cises. His problems first began after he left his job in the computer
department of a San Francisco telephone company for a better job in San
Jose. Because he was working as a trainee on three months probation at the
San Jose company, his wife-then working as a nurse in a San Francisco
hospital-could not leave her job and move away from San Francisco. Plus
their house and four children were in San Francisco. So even if he was
tired after hours of heavy concentration and computer training, he still
had to drive for a total of 3 hours to and from work and fight traffic.
When he did get home, he was overwhelmed by the demands of his four
children. Not being able to stand the noise any longer, he retreated to
his bedroom,locked the door, and collapsed on the bed. It was not long
before his miserable outlook on life, lack of appetite for his wife's
cooking, and indifference toward family and marital matters started
explosive fights between him and his equally strained wife. Soon they
agreed to a divorce. But before they took any legal action, they came to
my office seeking advice. After carefully listening to both husband and
wife, I discovered that they still loved each other and that the only
things tearing them apart were the stress and tension of overwork. I
therefore asked them to delay taking any legal action for two weeks,
enough time to let the Eye Exercises take effect. I gave the husband the
instructions for the exercises and asked him to do them when he drove on
the emptier and safer sections of Highway 280. He could exercise both eyes
by steering with the right hand as he exercised his left eye with his left
hand and then switching hands to do the other eye. A month or so later
they both came back to my office bearing a gift. The husband said the Eye
Exercises performed a miracle on their lives. When he exercised his eyes
as he drove, he was never tired when he reached home-he felt completely
refreshed. He was able to play with his children, answer their questions,
even help them do their homework; his appetite returned; he was able to
fulfill his marital duties; and he was able to concentrate on his job and
pass probation smoothly. Afterward, he was formally hired, and he was able
to sell the house in San Francisco and move to San Jose. His wife also
found a new job in San Jose, and their children were happy. They said they
were starting a new life with more love for each other than ever before.