Sassisailor’s Weblog

A description of my journey to improve my eyesight naturally

Last Post… April 10, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — sassisailor @ 9:36 am

Dear Readers,

I’ve been mulling over a difficult decision this past month and have finally made a decision.  I am going to quit posting as I just don’t have the time anymore.  Know that I will continue to do the Bates Method forever (even after my eyes are healed).  It is an amazing method and I only wish that the scientific and optometric community would give it serious consideration.  I hope that in the time I have posted I have given sufficient personal evidence of what it has done for my eyes and how I went about getting started.  It’s really a very simple method and continues to be a great lesson in patience for me.  I would rather spend time palming, swinging, etc than on the internet (sorry guys!), and with dial-up internet there is A LOT of time lost in being on the internet (I guess there was probably more when I had high-speed, I just wasted more time more efficiently) J  After I get done using the internet for things I HAVE to get done, I’m simply too antsy  (impatient… more Bates Method maybe?) to continue using it. 

Thank you sincerely to those of you who have been giving me encouragement and posting about your own progress.  I have learned so much from you and appreciate the time you’ve spent on my blog.  I guess sometimes in life our priorities change drastically and as a result (like now, for me) I’ve had to cut some things out of my life so that I have more time for the things that have become much more important. 


Read the following and be blessed~

“for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Rom 3:23)

“for the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Rom 6:23)

“that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” (Rom 10:9)

May God bless each and everyone of you and touch your lives deeply with the lasting peace and joy that is only found in our living Lord Jesus Christ.

Find out for yourself what He’s really all about!  It will change your life forever, literally 🙂


5 Responses to “Last Post…”

  1. Otis Says:

    Dear Sassy,
    It has been great working with you. You ability to work the Focometer, and get accurate results, and work with Bates/Prentice methods has ben excellent. In fact, you work with “InFocus” convinced me to obtain a “home-made” trial lens kit to confirm both my Snellen at 20/20, and my refractive STATE as postive at +1/2 diopter.
    We all must work our way towards what “we” believe is scientific truth. The ODs who have been supportive of this, and Dr. Bates are convincing. I just wish we could “join together” and work with pilots who are not yet “down” and have the personal ‘gumption’ to stick with these preventive methods, and confirm their ability to clear their Snellens under THEIR control.
    I wish you well in your work. We all must work, in a mutually supportive way, to help each other with prevention.

  2. Nancy Says:

    I’ll miss hearing about your vision progress & insights. You have helped me personally a lot, both with specific techniques & with moral support. I wish you all the best. Like I tell my students, be well & see well!

  3. mark825 Says:

    I’m glad you’ve decided to follow God’s plan for your life instead of your own plans. I hope that God continues to bless you and those around you. 🙂


  4. Otis Says:

    Sassy, (11/09)
    I don’t know if you check this. But I will post my thoughts.
    Your “experience” with the Focometer — proved that a person can “control” his refractive STATE himself — and using Bates/Prentice methods — can keep his Snellen clear for life. What I found out is that the $60 Trial-lens kit as an ENGINEERING accuracy of 1/4 diotper — same as the Focometer. I am convinced that a “new” Bates study, using that device would SUCCEED. If the person had an Engineering/Scientific sense about these issues. Otis

  5. Otis Says:


    Medical Book on prevention:

    As always, I wish you well in your work on your Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.

    That is indeed a “long path”.


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