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Learn to Understand & Prevent Myopia

Kaisu Viikari

The Everyday Guide for Preventing Myopia
ARJ2 Chapter: Evolution of Consciousness
First Printing, Published by Kustantaja/FI in 2009
A Book Review by Bobby Matherne ©2010


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Thy body has the eye for its lamp; and if the eye is clear,
the whole of the body will be lit up; when it is diseased,
the whole of the body will be in darkness.
   Luke 11.34
(from front of Kaisu Viikari’s book, Panacea, 1978)


The idea and aim of all my writing, in preventing myopia, is to reach the original state of the human refraction. The refraction in each eye are rather equal without the severe and complicated distortions provoked by accommodation strain. These distortions create unequalities in the refractive diopters, often connected with astigmatism.

To do this work with patients means often very troublesome but rewarding procedures.

The big issue is to determine and correct latent hyperopia, which is the situation with most people (until the accomodation spasm starts to drive the condition towards myopia). The use of plus diopters is to be pressed on the patient, to correct the hyperopia and prevent and improve the plethora of ailments. These are caused by the accommodation spasm of the overworked accommodation muscle: use of correct (plus) glasses will reduce the work required from the eye muscles and relax the spasm.

This can be done quite easily. At the same time, many other ailments of the patient will disappear and they will be very satisfied.
Dr. Kaisu Viikari, Ph.D. M.D. Ophthalmology


You may wonder, as I did, why a tank fills the cover of a book about "Myopia". After reading the book cover to cover, I inspected the book jacket again and located the author, a thin Finnish lady, standing in front of the armored tank like the young man did in Tiananmen Square in 1989 as he confronted a Chinese Red Army tank and brought it to a standstill. Here is Kaisu Viikari, an M.D., Ph.D. female pioneer in ophthalmology, standing in the way of the medical establishment to stop their centuries long mistreatment of myopia. Similar to how baby doctors have co-opted the natural process of birth and treat it as a medical condition which requires the mother to be admitted to a fully-equipped hospital, eye doctors have treated myopia as a medical condition requiring permanent negative (minus) Diopter lens. Few eye-doctors seem aware of the potential harm and actual harm they do by prescribing minus lens — the situation is especially egregious in the case of small children because their eyes are still forming, and their use of minus lens can cause permanent myopia in place of the temporary myopia which is natural when children begin to do close work such as drawing, painting, and reading without the aid of plus lenses (reading glasses).

Yes, Parents, put reading glasses on your small children when they begin working on their coloring books with crayons! The eyes you save will be their own.

Against the juggernaut of the scientific establishment and optical practitioners, Kaisu Viikari is presenting the facts in her books, Tetralogia, Panacea, and now this simplified book for everyone called, "Learn to Understand & Prevent Myopia". She clearly shows that naturally-occuring myopia due to eyeball elongation is a rare condition, and that the prevalence of pseudo-myopia is a nosocomic condition — a disease caused by doctors. It is a disease in the true meaning of the word, causing dis-ease in a person's body. How does pseudo-myopia cause dis-ease? By keeping the eye muscle, the ciliary muscle, under constant strain. This strain becomes a constant stress which leads to headaches, migraines, tight muscles throughout one's body causing a low-level of dis-ease which remains present at all times.

The book title claims to help people learn how to prevent myopia. Note the presupposition in the verb prevent — to prevent something is counteract some influence which causes the condition, and this ironic situation the world finds itself in for the past 200 years, the influence which causes most cases of intractable myopia is the medical establishment itself by prescribing minus eyeglasses to all cases of myopia, as if all cases of myopia were some malfunction of the eyes instead of a mal-adaptation to the wearing of minus glasses for too long a time.

The key to understanding myopia is understanding the process of accommodation and Viikari has studied this process and in long series of case studies shown that the stress of accommodation in the majority of the cases of myopia (the pseudo- or nosocomial-myopia) can be relieved by the appropriate use of plus lenses, what are normally called reading glasses. It is commonly known that reading glasses become necessary for many people who are far-sighted when they get older, and the condition is parodied in comic strips and sitcoms by someone holding an object as far as possible from their eyes to read. What is not commonly known is that use of such "reading glasses" with their plus lensesby those suffering from years and decades of pseudo- or iatrogenic-myopia can provide them relief from the stress of accommodation! The reasons for this are clearly described by the author in this book, and the judicious use of plus glasses can not only relieve the stress (headaches, migraines, spasms, etc) of pseudo-myopia but over time eliminate the myopia itself when the in-grained accommodation of the ciliary muscle relaxes under the pressure relief provided by wearing of plus lenses (reading glasses).

What do eye-doctors know about iatrogenic-myopia? Nothing. A Google Search on "iatrogenic myopia" gives 34 Results, and in almost every result appears the phrase, "iatrogenic myopia does not exist". This is the armored tank that Kaisu Viikari is standing in front of to block its further movement against future generations of the world's children, most of whom will otherwise grow up with iatrogenic-myopia without ever knowing it. If peace is the absence of stress, then just like the young Chinese man was trying to bring peace and freedom to his country, this mature Finnish woman is trying to bring peace and freedom from minus glass to her country and the peoples of the world.

When a country doctor in Austria went to the big cosmopolitan city of Vienna and worked in the teaching hospital there, he noticed a huge percentage of the women died in childbirth, whereas he delivered babies in the countryside outside of hospitals and childbirth fever was rare. Ignatz Semmelweis studied the matter and discovered that doctors were going from teaching childbirth in the dissecting room using cadavers to assisting childbirth in live women, in other words, they took their hands from a dead woman and placed them into a live woman without every washing or sanitizing their hands. As horrible as this sounds to us today, doctors of the time accepted this barbarous practice and ignored Semmelweis's pleading for them to wash their hands in an antiseptic solution he had formulated to help save the lives of the 200,000 women woman each year who died from the feared puerperal fever, for which there was no cure. No cure, but it could be easily prevented, as Semmelweis had proven in a year-long study. His results were ignored. He decided to stand in front of the armored tank of the hospital administration and was summarily run over and flattened. He was sent to a mental hospital where he was declared insane and died there. This is the man who is today considered the Father of Antiseptic Procedures.

Childbirth fever was incurable, but easily prevented, and yet hundreds of thousands of women, otherwise hetitlehy, died in childbirth from it each year because the armored tanks of the medical establishment rolled over Semmelweis's innovation for many years. Myopia in its most prevalent form, iatrogenic- or pseudomyopia, is incurable, but can be easily prevented by the judicious use of plus eyeglasses (reading glasses). Someone might say that myopia is curable using minus eyeglasses, but is it really a cure if the cure causes more problems than the disease it is supposed to alleviate? Do crutches cure a broken leg? No, they alleviate the problem while the leg is returned to normal use so that the crutches may be thrown away. Eyeglasses should be treated as crutches: worn only when necessary for seeing and taken off when the eyes are returned to normal vision.

In a nutshell, here what I took away from this book:

1. Everyone begins with hyperopia or farsightedness.
It is an urgent survival need. Early human had to be able to see long distances from birth to survive and to hunt for food. Our eyeballs today are born too short so that we are guaranteed farsightedness at birth. By a slight accommodation, or compression of the lens, a focus is achieved at the back of the too-short eyeball. If the eyeball were too long, we would be unable to see long distances because "the lens is incapable of reducing its refractive power from its original thickness." (Page 11) Only by a too short eyeball can we be assured of excellent far vision from birth. Think of how we buy belts — we always buy them too long because we can easily shorten them but not elongate them. Nature builds eyeballs too short for a similar reason — by accommodation it can effectively make them longer, but not shorter.

2. Myopia comes from doing close work as a child.
Pseudo-myopia comes if a child does close work and an accommodation sets in which causes the ciliary muscle to stay in a constant strain. Fitting our children with simple plus glasses when they begin doing close work will help prevent a lifetime of pseudo-myopia, which in our current culture is simply called myopia by those unaware of Dr. Kaisu Viikari's finding. As strange as it sound to have children with normal sight wearing reading glasses (mostly seen on old folks), it is exactly what will prevent them from requiring eyeglasses to fix their pseudo-myopia when they become teens and their subsequent iatrogenic-myopia will become a lifetime condition. My wife and I have 19 grandkids and 3 greatgrandsons, so it's not too late for them to benefit from the pioneering work of Dr. Viikari of Finland.

3. Eye operations to get rid of glasses are dangerous and mostly unnecessary.
Consider the fads over the past decades: hard contacts, flexible contacts, soft contacts, daily wear contacts, and all the various saline solutions, cleaners, etc sold to contact lens wearers — it's a huge business. In recent years laser shaping of the corneas have become popular, and after such surgeries, people have found their night vision corrupted by dazzling of lights while driving.

4. Prevention and Correction of Myopia is Easy and Inexpensive
Prevention is clearly better as it will allow children to grow into adulthood without pseudo-myopia which has become inured myopia. Dr. Viikari points out that some 200 years ago myopia was rare, something like one person in a thousand had myopia. This statistic proves that our prevalence of myopia today is doctor-induced or iatrogenic. The prevention comes by having small children wear reading glasses while they're doing close work. The correction is having adults wearing reading glasses while reading even though they think they don't need them! We myopic readers are unaware of the accommodation strain and thus we do not notice when it gets relieved by wearing reading glasses, but if we wear them anyway, the accommodation stress will be relieved so that we will be able to see objects at a distance the way we did as a child before we began doing up close work. Our eyesight will gradually return to normal range and our use of reading glasses will be our ticket to normal seeing. My last set of eyeglasses cost me $800 for special frames and Zeiss lens and coatings. A pair of comfortable and stylish reading glasses cost me $28, but less expensive ones were 3 for $14. Inexpensive. Now read how easy.

[page 16] In order to control the situation and release the spasm of accommodation the need for accommodation is suppressed by placing a (plus) lens in front of the eye. To begin with the distance will drop, but will lengthen again as the spasm is released. At the same time, distant vision without glasses begins to improve.

This diagram on Kaisu Viikari's Website shows how the contracting of the ciliary muscle — encircling the lens of the eye — causes the lens, due to its elasticity, to become rounded thus increasing its refractive power. When the ciliary muscle relaxes, the lens become thinner. Any unnecessary or prolonged contraction of the ciliary muscle can result in an accommodation spasm (Asp).

What does the good doctor tell us about stress? She says that typical stress in any area of our lives comes from accommodation spasm (Asp).

[page 17] Stress is absolutely a factor provoking Asp, stress is maintained by such as pressures of studying and rush. I am bold enough to declare that the most universal type of stress that concerns everyone is precisely accommodation strain.

Okay, you want proof of this?

[page 17] Very convincing proof of this provided by the study conducted with cadets who started at the US War Academy, West Point, in 1935 (Gmelin, Robert T. Myopia at West Point: past and present. Milit. Med. 1976:141: 542-543.) This study found an almost linear increase in myopia each year of attending the school.

And the solution for our children?

[page 21] The most important means of prevention is getting plus glasses (+3.0) for near work as early as possible. This, however, had received less attention, as this point has been highlighted in the current form for no more than the last few decades.
       We must keep an eye on children's reading distances, which many parents fortunately do understand, but if you watch a class of schoolchildren on television, for example, at least every one small child out of two draws or does sums with his nose stuck to the paper! This no longer is a case of reading glasses of even + 3 d being enough! In this precise situation, the reading glasses will force relaxation of the accommodation tension and increase the distance. Teachers have more than enough work here, and I dare say this should take first place in priorities. Looking too close is a bad habit, by no means a necessity.
       If the child will not learn to keep his working distance long enough, the primary method is to teach him to regularly support his chin with his hand at a forearm's distance from the desk. The children also quite commonly seem to have the habit of lying on their tummies in front of the television, which is not at all to be recommended, as the viewing distance often is very short.
       The most superior trick is to rest the accommodation by looking "dreamily" far away, and lifting the gaze from the page without focusing e.g. after every passage. This piece of advice is just as important for children and adults. The need for a good working light is self-evident, even though poor light alone is not the crucial cause in the development of myopia, unlike often suspected by laymen.

If you are already myopic, what should you do? If you're like me, you've been using minus eyeglasses (the kind usually prescribed for myopia) for decades, and figured you'd always be using them. Since first communicating with Kaisu a couple of months ago, I began taking off my minus glasses a lot, both when reading and often when looking into the distance. About a week ago, I began to realize that the blurriness of distant objects had gone away, replaced by a more acceptable and minor ghosting or double-image slightly above the real image. I expect my previously myopic vision to continue to improve now that I have purchased and begun using regularly some plus or reading glasses. My minus glasses rarely come into play now, even when driving.

Her recommendations for those of you with long-term iatrogenic myopia like me follows:

[page 22, 23] Here are rough generalizations, allowing applications demanded by the case and conditions.

  • Nobody at any age should ever be allowed to read with distance minus glasses; however, there is nothing to stop you from using under corrected minus glasses at a distance.
  • One should have at least two pairs of minus glasses, the weaker one to be put on as soon as one gets home, in case it is not possible to abandon the glasses titleogether at home.
  • One should also attempt to manage driving in the daytime with the weaker glasses, with the stronger pair kept for night time driving.
  • We should watch television from as a long a distance as possible, staying as near as needed but always attempting to move the chair a little bit farther.
  • Monofocal (non-bifocal) minus glasses should not even exist.

Bifocal minus glasses should have lower half of plain glass. For half-glass reading glasses, there should be no frame at the top of the lens and these should be worn all the time.

So, what's the big deal? This whole book is "only about eyeglasses", isn't it? Just get the right prescription so you have "as good eyesight as possible" and you'll be fine, isn't that so? One may hold that opinion before reading this book, but no reasonable human (at least no one without a pecuniary interest in prescribing and selling eyeglasses) would hold those opinions after reading and studying it. In its few easy-to-read pages, Dr. Viikari lays down a gauntlet for us to run through, after which we can not be led blindly to use minus glasses for all activities and pretend that our headaches and other aches and pains are due to other causes. Pogo, the intrepid philosophy of the twentieth century, said, "What wrong with the blind leading the blind? The seeing been leading the seeing all this time, and look where it got us." Dr. Viikari is a prime example of the seeing leading the seeing into a world in which the hidden stress-inducers in their minus eyeglasses will be a thing of the past, and they will look forward to the future instead of dread it.

[page 33] My greatest joys achieved through this type of therapy have been seeing a patient (who used to wear strong minus glasses) getting rid of suicidal tendencies.

Doctors who tell their patients that they will have to wear a strong prescription lens for the rest of their lives are like the doctor in this story I heard 30 years ago from Richard Bandler. A client came to him saying that he had begun wandering around late at night recently heading in the direction of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, a notorious place for suicides to jump to their deaths. Here's the story Bandler uncovered from the young man in deep trance. He had developed an incurable disease. His doctor told earnestly, "Your disease is incurable, but this medicine will keep you alive. You must take this medicine every day, or you just as well jump off the Golden Gate Bridge." He took the medicine everyday and did fine for ten years. One day his doctor called him to say, "They've developed a new medicine which will cure you, and you won't have take the old medicine any more after that." He took the new medicine but found himself with these suicidal tendencies. Doctors, like the young man's, when they make earnest pronouncements, can put their patient into a deep trance with a post-hypnotic suggestion. When he stopped taking the original medicine, the post-hypnotic suggestion stepped in to "jump off the Golden Gate Bridge". What kind earnest pronouncements about your eyes have your eye doctors given you, dear Reader? "You will have to wear these thick lens for the rest of your life," is a pronouncement which, unquestioned, could lead to consequences including that of not having a long "rest of your life."

Like Bandler did by de-potentiating the Post-hypnotic suggestions of his client to remove his suicidal tendencies, pseudo-myopia sufferers can neutralize the earnest pronouncements of their eye doctors by studying this book and learning to see without glasses.


For an instructive look at the obfuscation, obstruction, and continuous stonewalling of Dr. Viikari's work by the Medical Establishment, read her book, The Struggle.

Brief Closing Comments by Bobby Matherne

NOTE: Myopia or Nearsightness is commonly corrected by negative-Diopter lenses (shown by -N D on prescriptions, e.g., -2.5 D). For simplicity, call these minus lenses. Farsightedness is corrected by positive-Diopter lenses, e.g. +2.0 D, and these are called reading glasses.

When you, as a myope, are fitted with minus lenses, they bring distant objects near you, to the spot where you could see objects clearly without minus lenses. With minus lenses, your eye muscles are CONTRACTING and TENSE as they are shown in the RIGHT position in the above diagram. Wearing minus lens outside, your eye muscles will be tensed. Wearing them inside to do close work like reading, your eye muscles will be even more tensed. In addition, your eyes get acclimated to being tensed, resulting in the need for stronger minus lenses. Thus, wearing minus lenses inside and outside causes you to need stronger and stronger minus lenses over your lifetime which results in a plethora of physical problems as Dr. Viikari's lifetime research on accommodation spasm (acclimation of eye muscles) has shown.

When you wear plus lenses, they move near objects to the distance where you can see them clearly. With plus lenses, your eyes muscles are RELAXED as they are shown in the LEFT position in the above diagram. Read with plus lenses and your eyes are as relaxed as if you were looking at a distant object. Then take off your plus lenses to go outside and your eyes stay relaxed.

With minus lenses, your eye muscles exert a strong pressure on your eyeballs. This pressure can lead to macular degeneration and other associated eye problems which keep O. D.'s busy, like astigmatism, cylinder corrections, retinal detachment, migraines, and many other physical problems created by the eyes being held in the tight grip called an accommodation spasm.

With plus lenses, your eye muscles are relaxed when you are reading because the text appears at the distance of the horizon. When you remove these glasses to look at the distance, your eye muscles stay relaxed. By using plus lenses (reading glasses) you can avoid the many problems associated with minus lenses. Simply begin to wear reading glasses for all close work, and soon you can throw away your minus lenses and enjoy a lifetime free of the most common eye problems.

NOTE: This wearing of plus lenses by myopics is counter-intuitive: you may be wondering, "Why should I wear glasses to do the one thing I can do well: read small text up close?" The answer is simply: your eyes will last longer and your hetitleh will be better. It's your life and your choice.

~^~ EPILOGUE ~^~

This next passage is quoted from Kaisu Viikari on her website:
Myopia means, increasingly, frequently repeated, easily managed visits to an ophthalmologist or optician due to this complaint, profitable trade of glasses, plenty of contact lenses; and mutilation of healthy eyes that poses a risk to the eyesight and often needs to be repeated, as well as other surgical inventions, which keep an immense money-making racket going – a criminal abuse of the doctors’ knowledge, which is intended for the safeguarding of people’s health.

What Evidence is There for a Claim of Criminal Abuse?

In the January 16, 2010 issue of Science News under News Briefs was an article about the increase of nearsightness (myopia) in the USA. Nathan Seppa wrote:

Researchers tapped into a wide-ranging health survey to rate vision, comparing data for more than 4,400 people tested in 1971 and 1972 with that from another set of 8,300 people test from 1999 to 2004. This broad survey showed that 25 percent of theose examined in the early 1970s were deemed nearsighted, compared with 42 percent examined three decades later, researchers report in the December Archives of Ophthalmology.
If these statistics were describing an almost doubling of actual myopia (which is always due to the anatomical elongation of the eyeball), this would be incredible — it would mean in a short thiry-year span some mutation has occurred in Americans to cause their eyeballs to be elongated! As Dr. Kaisu Viikari says below:
[page 2] Before perusing the theme I will be dealing with, we should take a short trip back in history to realize that myopia is not about an ordinary development trend. It is unlikely that any other consequence of evolution, if this is what we can call it, has come about as fast as myopization. We only have to remember how valuable a myopic slave was in ancient Greece, as a rare person who preserved his ability to read and do near work far longer than the majority of the population. Spectacles were only invented some 700 years ago.

Given the unlikely nature that actual myopia is responsible for the increase in myopia prevalence, it must be the case that these data are revealing the increase of pseudo-myopia, which is easily prevented by the protocols that Dr. Kaisu Viikari describes in her books.

Pseudomyopia is caused by nothing more than a fatigue cramp in an overworked accommodation muscle of the eye. The cramp is brought on by an insufficient opportunity for the muscle to relax (e.g. from too much reading). Pseudomyopia, being a 'spasm of accommodation' can be released. Left unattended however, the spasmic, overworked accommodation muscle will cause the eyeball to elongate causing irreversible, actual myopia. This happens especially in a young eye. Even though an actual myopia has developed, there is always some pseudomyopia included. The pseudomyopic portion of the 'total myopia' can be released, thus the worsening of the myopia is prevented and a variety of symptoms can be relieved (migraine, headaches, etc.).

Perhaps instead of "criminal abuse" it should be called "criminal negligence" because eye doctors have had access to the research and methods of Dr. Viikari and chosen to ignore them. To be "criminal abuse", eye doctors would have to be choosing some more-profitable approach to eye-care which is detrimental to the eyesight and general health of their patients. In either case, eye-patient abuse by the medical profession seems evident from the statistics reported in the December Archives of Ophthalmology. It is rather unbelievable, that an esteemed medical journal writes about the situation without further ponderings of its etiology.


This website by the The Francis Young, Maurice Brumer and Jacob Raphaelson Scientific Study for Threshold Nearsightedness Prevention offers information about a study of myopia reduction and prevention in Navy/Air Force pilots who must have 20/20 uncorrected eyesight in order to fly. This study lists Dr. Kaisu Viikari as an advisor. Here is the website: See for yourself is the best advice.

WHY? What happens when people give reasons . . . and why

Charles Tilly

In this book, Professor Tilly gives his four categories of reasons. Using those four categories, one can easily see that, while Dr. Viikari gave numerous personal stories of healing during her decades of service to her patients, and while she gave detailed technical accounts, the people who opposed her work used the grounds of conventions and codes as reasons to ignore her work. If they had merely ignored her work, they would have deemed it worthless, but for the very reason that they attacked her work, they proclaimed her work worthy of consideration. They revealed by their actions that the danger was to their cherished profession, not to the health of Dr. Viikari's patients. Her patients' improved health is best evinced by the patients' esteem for this courageous researcher in the field of ophthalmology. One example of a patient's testimony is given below in a cartoonal and poetical tribute by Dr. János Székessy.


Here are the covers of two earlier books by Kaisu Viikari.
After examining them carefully, I wrote to her that her book covers
are a lesson in themselves.


Examine them for yourself and note how the faces have vertical frowns and other symptoms of ocular accommodation spasms on the Book Cover of her book, "Ocular Accommodation Strain", and how the face on the cover of "jotta" is shrunken by the heavy minus Diopter eyeglasses. She sees these frowning and unhappy faces as correctable symptoms of pseudo-myopia caused by over prescribing of minus lenses. One gentleman wrote after she helped remove his ocular-caused unhappiness, "You saved my life. I am no longer suicidal!"

You will recall that you were kind enough to give me a prescription to order a pair of .75 positive glasses in order to avoid migraine in later years. Now the glasses have arrived and I am happy to report to you that the result is incredible. As you will see from the following description the change 'Before and After' seems unlikely but I am prepared to testify that it is true.

Cartoon Figures Illustrating Life-Changing Nature of Removing Ocular Accommodation Strain. On the Rear Book Cover of Dr. Kaisu Viikari's earlier edition entitled 'Panacea' were these two cartoon faces drawn at the bottom of a letter from Dr. János Székessy.


Professor Matti Saari has suggested the vertical frown or furrows be named after Dr. Kaisu Viikari because of her extensive research into identifying and relieving severe optical accommodation spasms in thousands of patients. Dr. Viikari has uniquely and incontrovertibly identified the etiology of the vertical frown as a result of long episodes of severe accommodation spasm, which her research indicates can lead to various severe medical conditions. The facial feature may be a simple curved line or a deep furrow but it remains as a visible feature so long as the spasm continues.

Her success with treating these medical conditions, especially migraine headaches, by adjusting eyeglass prescriptions led thousands of patients to treatment in her surgery in Turku, Finland. They came from all over Scandinavia and Northern Europe. The Viikari furrow is one sign of the Viikari Syndrome which comprises a complex of presenting indications.


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