Mailing List

The I SEE discussion group mailing list has a long history of good debate and conversations on all topics related to natural vision improvement. The group is currently hosted by Groups.io. Members can choose to be sent daily summaries or digests, or to keep up with the list on the web at the I-SEE Groups.io page.

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Mailing List Archives

We have archives of the mailing list, organized by topic (for 1995) and by month (for 1996 to January 1999).

Recent archives

Posts made since October 14, 1999 are available to members at the Groups.io home page.

1996-1999 Present Archives (Indexed by Month)

  • 1999 (coming soon)
  • 1998 (coming soon)
  • 1997 (coming soon)
  • 1996 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • 1995 Archives, Indexed by Topic

    Popular Topics

  • Principles
  • Palming
  • Sun and Sunning
  • Plus Lens Therapy
  • Misc. Techniques and Exercises
  • Reducing Prescription Strength
  • Bill Stacy's $1000 Challenge
  • Flashes of Clear Vision
  • Personal Histories
  • Accommodation ("focusing")
  • Brain and the Eyes
  • Hypnosis
  • Philosophy of Vision Improvement
  • Measuring Vision
  • A word from Dr. Robert-Michael Kaplan...
  • Products and Services

  • Eye Charts
  • Pinhole Glasses
  • Dealing with Contact Lenses
  • Re-Shaping the Cornea with Contact Lenses
  • Lamps, Full Spectrum and Otherwise
  • Miscellaneous Products
  • Particular Eye Conditions

  • Myopia Research
  • Denis Alarie's Theory of Developmental Myopia
  • Presbyopia ("Old Age Sight")
  • Amblyopia ("Lazy Eye")
  • Cataracts
  • Astigmatism
  • Floaters
  • Pressure in the Eye
  • Environmental influences on Vision

  • Light
  • Sleep
  • Nutrition, Herbs, Food Supplements
  • Physical exercise
  • Magnets
  • Color
  • Computers and Eye Strain

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