Aperture Rule: A Vision Therapy empathy top tip

Aperture Rule: A Vision Therapy empathy top tip

As you might know, at this point my eyes are looking pretty much normal most of the time but the inability to converge consistently remains crippling. It drains and strains a lot. It's like a massive extra backpack I'm wearing, or an invisible barrier between me and the world, preventing me from getting things done more easily. Currently, much of the time, I'm living with a male cousin named Thierry (22) and female cousin named Cynthia (26). They are very nice about my peculiar situation and try to understand. I, in turn, am…Read more …

Session 79: A short Aperture Rule update

Recently a VT friend of mine named Pasquale asked me how I had progressed in executing the Aperture Rule ever since I wrote 'Doing time' two years ago. Last week I asked my Vision Therapist whether I could try the AR again to verify.   Two years ago I only recently started having single vision some of the time. Back then I was able to execute the AR up to level 4 (of a total of 12) both with the exo and eso settings.   Right now I am able to execute the…Read more …
Session 44: Doing time

Session 44: Doing time

I've been working with the Aperture Rule for two weeks now. The device once again demonstrates the things I have been explaining about vergence and accommodation. This device comes with two plates you can change. The one with the one hole is to train convergence and the one with the two holes is to learn how to diverge your eyes. Depending on where you put the plate the degree of difficulty changes and there are 12 levels. With both plates I can only reach level 4 but the reason why I can't make it…Read more …