continuous learning session
course code: CL705
vision and the brain: an inquiry into use and function
with peter grunwald
2 sessions, 9:00 - 11:00 | repeated mon-tue, wed-thu, fri-sat
venue: Function Room, The Pavilion
suitable for all
Over the generations, there have been many explorations into improving how we see. Aldous Huxley and Kitty Wielopolska are among those whose understanding of the Alexander Technique led them to make inquiries into how we use ourselves in relation to seeing. Continuing in this pursuit, Peter Grunwald has gained in-depth experience of the process of seeing that helps us to understand the symptoms and underlying causes of visual dysfunction such as short-sightedness, far-sightedness, middle-age vision, cataracts, glaucoma and others - and their intimate relationship to overall use.
This workshop explores inhibition and direction in relationship to the visual system and how to begin the process of changing how you see. We will discover the relationships between brain, eye and body and engage with the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of seeing. Because clarity is only one attribute of eyesight, we will learn about other pathways, particularly three-dimensional vision, which creates depth of experience and a different consciousness.
Peter's most recent inquiry involves mental focus; how over-focusing or under-focusing impact not only clear-sight but also emotional well-being and sensory experience, particularly hearing.
Learn about the very real possibility of letting go of glasses forever - improve your eyesight and mental function naturally.