The last new book that really got me excited was Susan Barry’s, “Fixing My Gaze.” It is a unique book about how and why vision therapy works. I was fortunate enough to interview Dr. Barry about her book.
Well, now there is another book out that I am equally excited about. It is called, “See It. Say It. Do It!” and is written by my friend and colleague, Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein. I know that the subject, developing visualization ability to improve overall performance and quality of life, was a long-time interest of Dr. Hellerstein, and I was interested to see how this would be treated in a book format.
Like “Fixing My Gaze,” this new book is very easy to read and is accessible to anyone with interest. I have given away several copies to patients and friends, and they have agreed that this is useful to anyone who wants to improve their life and abilities. You can read what Edna, our Vision Therapist, had to say about it here.
So, I am thankful that Dr. Hellerstein took some time from her busy schedule to answer some questions about ” See It. Say It. Do It!” Continue reading
“If you imagine it, you can achieve it. If you dream it, you can become it.”- William Arthur Ward
How many times have we seen the impossible become possible through a simple thought or dream? Can you imagine all the possibilities and opportunities that would open up in your life just by taking one small step towards your dream or goal?
In Dr. Lynn F. Hellerstein’s book, See It. Say It. Do It!, she reinforces this concept of visualization. By teaching a child to visualize first, then to verbally affirm that goal as if he has already achieved it, and finally to take the necessary actions to accomplishing that goal, you are giving that child invaluable tools that will last him his whole lifetime. You will have instilled a self-confidence that would ensure him to become successful in any area of his life.
It sounds so simple, and yet we don’t even realize what an impact it could actually have in our daily lives. Some of us already use visualization and don’t even know it, but we don’t use visualization to its full potential. But if we start now , we can teach ourselves, children, and others how such a simple, yet powerful concept can truly alter people’s lives forever.
Dr. Hellerstein shows us how easily we can learn and teach visualization techniques by giving us step-by-step instructions and fun activities that can be utilized in any age group. If you want to make a difference in someone’s life, or even in your own, then you need to read this book and discover for yourself just how powerful your visualization can be for you!
Edna Moore, Vision Therapist
Bright Eyes Family Vision Care
Westchase, Tampa, FL
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