QSR Training – Part 1: Image and Eye Training

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SHEN-LI LEE is the author of “Brainchild: Secrets to Unlocking Your Child’s Potential”. She is also the founder of Figur8.net (a website on parenting, education, child development) and RightBrainChild.com (a website on Right Brain Education, cognitive development, and maximising potentials). In her spare time, she blogs on Forty, Fit & Fed, and Back to Basics.

8 thoughts on “QSR Training – Part 1: Image and Eye Training

  1. This is the first time I read anything on photoeyeplay / eye training. I’ve tried the eye training on myself, so far no colours yet. Do you manage to see any colours? Guess I didn’t do it right.

    Hmmm.. how do you practice these exercises with young children who don’t understand instructions?

    Anyway, thanks. Great stuff as always..

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  2. I have the Wink program so I have the Photoeyeplay DVD. I find it easier to see the after image using the DVD compared to the cards. The colours I see are not vivid, but it is still an after image. Sometimes I don’t see it either so it does take some practice to get it. They say it is easier for young children because they are in a right brain state. I have done it with my older boy who is 3 plus and he says he can see it. He also tells me the colours he sees so I’m assuming he understands the instructions.

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  3. Irene – so sorry, I must have missed this comment… The photoeyeplay cards and the eye exercises are from the Wink kit. The 3D stereograms I bought separately.

    Hannah – Yumiko Tobitani said in QSR that we should start teaching these to children from 4-6 years old. QSR training needs to be completed by age 10. However, there are still benefits to be gained even when practicing these exercises as an adult.

    A lot of it depends on your child and how open your child is to these exercises. The important thing is not to force it. It must come naturally.

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  4. Hi Shen-li,
    I had tried it on myself before I do it on my children. It’s amazing I could see the diagram in 3D. However, this kind of training can it be done on a picture and try to get the same effect? I am using it for my religious practise. Can advise pls?

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    1. Hi Buck,

      The reason for practice is to train the eyes in preparation for QSR. I don’t know if you will see normal pictures in 3D however the aim is to exercise the eyes more so than achieving 3D vision of flat pictures. It is somewhat like meditation so I would presume it helps with religious practice.

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