This eye problem is characterized in that the image is blurred by a defect of the curvature of the cornea.
The one suffering from astigmatism has psychic difficulties between the inner life and social life: "I look for answers outside and not inside me”
Between oneself and others: "The way I act and my thoughts disagree with my environment”
He/she has difficulty seeing things (or himself/herself) as they really are, objectively, since he/she does not see the same for him/her than for others.
"I refuse to see one of the aspects of reality as it is; as I cannot change attempt to change my view of things, distorting reality”
"My ideal image is far from reality”
"I hate to see the world as it is, it seems harsh and cruel, this world is unbearable”
"I want to transform a part of reality”
"I want to recognize my beauty or how good I am”
"I want to break free of my parents”
"I want to hide something (personality, feelings, etc.)".
"I do not accept at all how I am”
It is also so hard for him/her to accept a change from another and see if it is right or not for him/her. However, if the change is done by him/her, it will adapt immediately without problems.
The astigmatic is very susceptible a person who is hurt easily. It may be someone who as a child's decision to not be influenced by others and adopt the attitude of seeing life only in his/her own way: "I want to break free from the influence of my parents or any other person who finds offensive”
"I want to be a mother/father although I detest it".
Feeling smug: "I am disappointed with the others and I can only count on me".
"I do not want to have more than myself”
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