Presbyopia, also known as farsightedness, is a defect of the eye that does not see nearby objects clearly because of poor accommodation of the lens. Symptoms appear around the age of 45 and progress to 60 approximately.
Presbyopia translates our inability to see clearly and objectively the reality and the things around us. We have difficulties to adapt to people and circumstances that we have around us. We suffer from a lack of "accommodation" in life.
"I accommodate less easily than in other times" "I do not want to see what I have in front of me. Rejection of settle down".
Perhaps it is difficult for us seeing our current family environment or our work situation.
We do not live or enjoy our present by thinking about an uncertain future. Sometimes, it becomes apparent lack of projects for the present. It could be interpreted as a loss of enthusiasm for the present and fear, apprehension about a distressing future, both for us and for our people: "What shall we do in the future? Everything is stuck..”
Presbyopia often reflects the fear of aging. We find it difficult to look in the mirror, see how our body ages, not see us as desirable, etc.
"I'm afraid to see death, retirement, illness, old age, etc. and I know they will eventually come. "
"I will not have enough time to carry out my projects"
Recommendations to regain emotional and spiritual physical health:
We must learn to "accommodate" the circumstances and people that are present in our lives, to improve our "vision".
We must clearly see our present reality.
We must accept, confront and overcome anything that puts us life.
We need to learn to grow old with joy.
We need to divert attention from our physical part, naturally, it begins to wear, inside ourselves, so we can become aware of the strength and qualities we have acquired in the emotional and mental planes.
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