How do eyes function?
Eyes detect light and convert it into electro-chemical impulses in neurons. In higher organisms, the eye is a complex optical system which collects light from the surrounding environment, regulates its intensity through a diaphragm.
Eyes focus through an adjustable assembly of lenses to form an image, converts this image into a set of electrical signals, and transmits these signals to the brain through complex neural pathways that connect the eye via the optic nerve to the visual cortex and other areas of the brain.
Human, Animal, Insect eyes
Eyes, which are complex can distinguish shapes and colors. The visual fields of many organisms, especially predators, involve large areas of binocular vision to improve depth perception.
Eyes work by allowing light to enter and project onto a light-sensitive panel of cells, known as the retina, at the rear of the eye. The cone cells (for color) and the rod cells (for low-light contrasts) in the retina detect and convert light into neural signals for vision. The visual signals are then transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve.
Eyes of this type are typically roughly spherical, filled with a transparent gel-like substance called the vitreous humor, with a focusing lens and often an iris; the relaxing or tightening of the muscles around the iris change the size of the pupil, thereby regulating the amount of light that enters the eye, and reducing aberrations when there is enough light.
Eyes of most cephalopods, fish, amphibians, and snakes have fixed lens shapes, and focusing vision is achieved by telescoping the lens—similar to how a camera focuses. Eyes, which are compound are found among the arthropods and are composed of many simple facets which, depending on the details of anatomy, may give either a single pixelated image or multiple images, per eye.
Eyes – some eyes have up to 28,000 such sensors, which are arranged hexagonally, and which can give a full 360° field of vision. Compound eyes are very sensitive to motion. Some arthropods, including many Strepsiptera, have compound eyes of only a few facets, each with a retina capable of creating an image, creating the vision.
In contrast to compound eyes, simple eyes are those that have a single lens. For example, jumping spiders have a large pair of simple eyes with a narrow field of view, supported by an array of other, smaller eyes for peripheral vision.
Some insect larvae, like caterpillars, have a different type of simple eye (stemmata) which usually provides only a rough image, but (as in sawfly larvae) can possess resolving powers of 4 degrees of arc, be polarization sensitive and capable of increasing its absolute sensitivity at night by a factor of 1,000 or more.
Some of the simplest eyes, called ocelli, can be found in animals like some of the snails, which cannot actually “see” in the normal sense. They do have photosensitive cells, but no lens and no other means of projecting an image onto these cells. They can distinguish between light and dark, but no more.
Eyes of snails enable them to keep out of direct sunlight. In organisms dwelling near deep-sea vents, compound eyes have been secondarily simplified and adapted to spot the infra-red light produced by the hot vents–in this way the bearers can spot hot springs and avoid being boiled alive.
There are ten different eye layouts—indeed every technological method of capturing an optical image commonly used by human beings, with the exceptions of zoom and Fresnel lenses, occur in nature.
Eye types can be categorized into “simple eyes“, with one concave photoreceptive surface, and “compound eyes“, which comprise a number of individual lenses laid out on a convex surface.
Note that “simple” does not imply a reduced level of complexity or acuity. Indeed, any eye type can be adapted for almost any behavior or environment. The only limitations specific to eye types are that of resolution—the physics of compound eyes prevents them from achieving a resolution better than 1°.
Also, superposition eyes can achieve greater sensitivity than apposition eyes, so are better suited to dark-dwelling creatures.
Eyes also fall into two groups on the basis of their photoreceptor’s cellular construction, with the photoreceptor cells either being ciliated (as in the vertebrates) or rhabdomeric. These two groups are not monophyletic; the cnidaria also possesses ciliated cells, and some gastropods, possess both.
Causes of eye diseases
Most people have eye problems at one time or another. Some are minor and will go away on their own, or are easy to treat at home with some home remedies. But others need a specialist’s care. However, risk should not be taken as far as the health of eyes is concerned.
Diagnosis of eyes
Whether your vision isn’t what it used to be, or never was that great, there are things you can do to get your eye health back on track.
See if any of these common problems sound familiar to you. And always check with a doctor if your symptoms are really bad or don’t clear up within a few days.
Eyestrain: Anyone who reads for hours works at a computer or drives long distances knows about this one. It happens when you overuse your eyes. They get tired and need to rest, just like any other part of your body. If your eyes feel strained, give them some time off. If they are still wary after a few days, check with your doctor to make sure it isn’t another problem.
Detecting eye diseases and conditions: As we age, vision loss from eye diseases is increasing day by day.
As per the survey of the National Eye Institute (NEI) and the CDC about 3.3 to 4.1 million Americans ages 40 or older are blind or have low vision. This is about 1 in every 28 people. By 2020, that number could be 5.5 million — a 60% increase.
As per the survey of the NEI, it is found that there are most common eye diseases in people over age 40, age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic eye disease, and glaucoma.
To catch eye conditions early and help prevent vision loss, you should get a baseline eye exam when you are 40. If you are at high risk for an eye problem, yearly visits are recommended.
If there are no issues, you should then see your doctor every 2 to 4 years until you are 54. Afterward, visits should be more frequent i.e. every 1 to three 3 years. By the time you reach 65, consider visits every 1 to 2 years.
Most Successful Self-learned & Self-practiced Remedies
Eyes may be of any type, it is important that we should take utmost care. In case, if anyone faces any type of problem with the eyes, we need to have some remedy, which can be afforded by any person.
If we get such a method which does not need any medicine or even need not spend a huge amount of money and moreover we ourselves become capable of dealing with the problem, then…what else is required?
Yes, there is a unique and pious concept available for all of us, which is capable of achieving positive results. You know, what I am talking about…yes, Siddha Spirituality of Swami Hardas Life System. Then let us find out what are self-learned and self-practiced remedies.
Successful remedies of Siddha Spirituality under the provisions of Swami Hardas Life System are as follows, read carefully and try to practice at least for own wellbeing:-
1. Siddha preventive measures
These are must and to be practiced by everybody, whether healthy or status of health, peace, and progress is deteriorated. As a matter of fact, Siddha Preventive Measures are primary steps for switching on to any other Siddha Remedy, which help in one’s capability, productivity, decision making power, intellectuality and removing minor health problems. These are known as (a) Earthing, (b) Field Cleaning, and (c) Siddha Brain Exercise or Energizing.
(a) Earthing can be performed as follows:
Stand erect raising heels from the ground, raise both the hands in the air, open up all the fingers, bring hands downward in a circular motion and touch the ground with the tips of fingers. Stay for 30 to 60 seconds in the same position and come back to original position. This action will pass on the negativity of body into the ground and hence it is called ‘earthing’, which is one of the ‘preventive measures’. Do this only once.
(b) Field cleaning can be performed as follows:
Stand erect on flat feet, keep the palm of both the hands over the head and slowly bring down the hands toward the ground, as close as to body but not touching any part/portion. Thus, touch the ground with flat palms of the hands. This is to be done twice.
(c) Siddha Brain Exercise/Energizing, which can be performed as follows with three steps:
Step 1: Apply little coconut oil or any suitable oil to the tips of all the 10 fingers of both hands and do massage with the tips for almost two minutes. Wait for few seconds. Those who do not like oil for their head, they can perform this without applying oil.
Step 2: Open all the fingers of your hands, place them over the forehead and drag them slowly with little pressure up to the lower portion of the small brain. Do this at least 8 to 10 times. Wait for few seconds.
Step 3: The head should be bent and brought below the level of the heart. Wait there for almost 1 minute and slowly come to a normal position. Do this 3 times. This way the Brain Exercise may be practiced and completed after taking bath and before going to the bed (two times a day).
The benefits achieved are praiseworthy and astonishing. It will also help students to increase their memory and thus help remember studies at right time.
2. Siddha Shaktidata Yog
This is specially introduced for practicing by any common person so that they too are benefited. There is no compulsion of training of ‘Swami Hardas Life System’ etc. No Celestial Siddha Shaktipat is required for practicing this Yog. This not only gives benefits to self but also it can be used for other affected persons effectively.
A person may be in the same house, distantly available in the same city, same nation or may be in any corner of the world. This unique method can be utilized effectively. We are more concerned about your health and wellbeing.
Shaktidata Photo of Dr. Swami Hardas and Aasan. The Shaktidata Photo of Dr. Swami Hardas may be of calendar size or passport size.
Sit comfortably on the ground over any piece of cloth or Aasan. Hold the Shaktidata Photo in any one of the hands. Start looking continuously in the eyes of Swamiji and say a Sankalp as mentioned below:
Sankalp: “Siddha Swami Give Me Siddha Energy so that I get Health” three times. Keep looking continuously for a few seconds and feel/imagine Swamiji is bestowing ‘Siddha Energy’. Now, close eyes for half a minute and establish received Siddha Energy in between two eyebrows (just above the nose on the forehead i.e. Agya Chakra) for half a minute. Repeat this process three times.
However, do not open eyes the third time. Now start moving the energy in a circular motion inside the whole body. Repeat this process nine times. Where there is a problem in the body, the energy should be rotated for a little longer time (in this case at eyes). Finish this process within 3 minutes.
Open the eyes by leaving the energy either at the Agya Chakra or where the problem lies i.e. head and heart. The opening of the eyes should be slow. Thus, you will surely achieve health as far as low blood pressure is concerned.
3. CCPE Extractor & Booster
These are two different products – One is known as ‘Extractor’ and second is ‘Booster’, which works on the concepts of ‘Conceptual Creative Positive Energy’ (CCPE) within the provisions of ‘CCPE Life System‘.
These products work on the theory of Quantum Mechanism to a certain extent. They are in the constant touch with the Siddha Energy being relayed from Shaktidata, Pune (India) on 24×7 principal. The products are activated only whenever touched by a human. But they should be safeguarded from the water. Otherwise, they can render life-long service. These can be used for self as well as by any member of family, friends etc.
How to use these products? This is a great question. But do not worry, the uses are simple, which are explained below, read them carefully, understand and instantly practice them for achieving best results:-
CCPE Extractor: It should be held with two fingers upright having kept one finger over the hole at the one end of a CCPE Extractor. This should be gently moved with circular motion over the forehead i.e. center point of the forehead (Agya Chakra), the place between two eyebrows, move it at least for 30-60 seconds subsequently followed with the same process for another eye for almost 3 -5 minutes. Then keep it aside but not over bare ground.
CCPE Booster: After the use of CCPE Extractor, hold ‘CCPE Booster’ with all the fingers around the edges and keep one each CCPE Booster over both the eyes for 3 to 5 minutes. The eyes should be closed. Rubbing over the eyes must be avoided. Remember, the booster has one side plain and another side is engraved with the name of the product. The plain side of the booster only to be touched to the skin.
Both the processes, in this case, may need hardly 2 to 3 minutes. After completing the process, wait for 5 to 10 minutes and observe how much benefit is achieved. For example – if someone has a vision problem and he/she can not read anything without sunglasses, just try to read without wearing glasses.
It is most possible that you will be able to read without the glasses or if you get about 50% benefit, then again repeat process every after one hour or after finishing CCPE Extractor process, keep the CCPE Booster over the eyes for a limited time.
This way your problem is most likely to be solved on the spot or some may need more time. It depends on the energy field of the particular person how he/she responds to the remedy. But the benefit is assured.
UAM (Understanding, Awakening & Movement): It is a unique process which can be applied by the persons who have undergone training and Celestial Siddha Shaktipat. After completing these requirements, he/she can make the best use of the process much faster than any other methods available.
This being the secret method, I can not explain here for some reasons but I can say that our hands are being used for its applications.
So, to know more and adopt the process, it is mandatory to undergo a unique training and Celestial Siddha Shaktipat process. We have such centers all over India and even in some countries where selfless services are being rendered free of cost.
Conclusion: In view of the above, we have learned about the problems of eyes, causes of the eyes, types of the eyes, diagnosis of the eyes and the 3 most successful remedies. Among which, 2 Siddha Remedies are self-learned from this article and self-practiced without any delay.
The third Siddha Remedy can be practiced when learned. So, look for such Training Centres nearby where you reside or contact on the following address for more information. One can also inquire about the availability of the CCPE Products:-
Siddha Nagar, S. No. 50/7, Old Mundhawa Road, Wadgaonsheri, PUNE – 414 014 (India)
Phone: 020 – 66117904, 66117906, 66117921
E-mail: email@example.com, Website: www.shf.net.in
So, friends, this is a series of ‘health’ related articles and we shall discuss the different diseases, in a different individual series. I will soon publish another article on the one more most sensitive subject of “Nose”.