I’m healing myself from eye floaters without any medication or particular treatment. The following is my personal story which I decided to share with people who got as desperate as I was for the lack of proper treatment for eye floaters. We must share what we know if we want to evolve as a species.

This is the chronological story of the events as they happened

2001:

Italy, Monza

I underwent surgery in both eyes for retinal detachment; one month apart from each other. The surgery had to be done the “traditional way” because no laser could get to it (the retina is located at the back of the eye). So basically my retinas got wrapped up and stitched all around to make sure they wouldn’t detach again.

March 2015:

Thailand, Bangkok

A few eye floaters appeared in my left eye. I was in Bangkok in Thailand where there are some of the best hospitals in the world but I decided to wait convinced that the floaters would go away just as they came. The right eye is fine. I’m still drinking coffee and I have started smoking cigarettes again… (I had quit 3 years earlier).

April 2015:

Nepal, Pokhara

My eye floaters  are getting worse though they are still in the left eye only. I go to the hospital to check if my retinas are fine. After a thorough check up, a very kind doctor tells me that I have a degenerative condition of the vitreous and that my retina is fine. When I heard that my retina was fine I was so relieved that I wanted to kiss her. She explained to me that there was no known treatment for the degenerative condition of the vitreous which causes eye floaters and I just had to get used to them.

While in Nepal, I and many other people, got terrible diarrhea and nausea. It is the day of the first big earthquake that I decide to go to the Tibetan clinic in Pokhara. I’m given a lot of pills and I’m told to go back for a check up in a few weeks. The earthquake happens just as I am on my way to the clinic on a taxi. Luckily no damage in Pokhara!

July 2015

India, McLeod Ganj

I meet some American women who tell me that Ayurvedic medicine is great and many people are here to get treated. My main problem is not the floaters but the stomach which is incredibly bloated and I have constant diarrhea.

Unfortunately, the Ayurvedic medicine did not prove effective and I still have diarrhea. I feel very weak and I know I have to do something fast. I’m loosing too much weight and too quickly. I’m starting to get a bit worried; I’m afraid I’ve got something terrible.

There is a big Tibetan clinic near my guest house. Twice I found myself in front of it by chance as I was wondering around. This time I was determined to see a doctor. They are supposed to be the best. I meet a very kind and polite doctor that immediately understands my concerns and with an almost fatherly voice explains to me that my stomach condition and my eye floaters are connected. He tells me that I have been suffering from a chronic condition for a very long time and I never really took care of it. The floaters are just a symptom signalling to the body that there is something wrong with our kidneys and liver. I’m given lots of pills and the doctor recommends to eat plain food and not to worry.

November 2015

George Town, Malaysia

My stomach seems much better with the Tibetan pills. There are many Chinese Traditional doctors in George Town so I decide to visit one who inspires me, just for a check up. As soon as he sees me, after having checked my tongue and pulse, he tells me that I have to do a 20 day fast immediately or I am going to die. I never thought about fasting, though I knew people were doing it all over Asia. How could I possibly convince myself to fast? I love food so much. This doctor doesn’t want any money from me!

After a couple of days, I’m walking near my hotel when suddenly I see something like a black liquid pouring down the top of my right eye. I cannot see properly, my heart starts pounding at the speed of light, I’m very afraid, I think I’m going to faint in the street. I fear my retina has detached. Thanks to meditation, I manage to keep conscious and get back to my room. Luckily, I was only less than 100 meters away from my hotel. Once in my room I start crying desperately because I don’t know what to do. Shall I call an ambulance? What if they operate on me again? I could loose my eyesight. Shall I go back to Europe? While I am sobbing like a baby I hear the Divine Voice telling me that I only have to fast and drink plenty of water and the floaters will be reabsorbed in no time. So I did and it worked.

This is my vision when the floaters appeared in my right eye:

EyeFloater1

This is my vision after a 10 day fast:

EyeFloater2

This is my vision after three months:

EyeFloater3

This is my vision today (July 2017):

EyeFloater4

Eye floaters are a symptom of problems in the liver and/or kidneys according to Chinese, Tibetan and Indian Traditional Medicine.

Thus, if you treat the symptom without treating the cause, the problem is very likely to return.

This is my personal experience and as you can see my floaters were really serious. I stopped taking any sort of medicine, whether Western or Asian traditional. I allow myself to rest often, drink plenty of water, have fun with my pets, stick to a vegan diet and always make sure that nobody disturbs my peace. I quit smoking again as soon as I got to Malaysia, I don’t drink any alcohol and I don’t take any drugs either legal or illegal. My floaters are almost completely gone and my internal organs are on their way to recovery as well. Coffee was literally destroying my liver and kidneys so I happily gave it up. Here are my suggestions if you want to heal yourself naturally:

7  SUGGESTIONS TO HEAL FROM EYE FLOATERS

      1. Always drink plenty of water to flush out the toxins and cleanse your blood
      2. Drink plenty of fresh fruit and vegetable juices to get the vitamins you need. Don’t buy any canned stuff – stay free of all preservatives and artificial flavorings. The best fruit are those rich in beta-carotene such as carrots, papaya and mangoes. Make  smoothies with dark green leafy vegetables which are rich in lutein such as spinach.
      3. Adopt a plant based diet, avoid all fatty foods and industrially prepared foods. Ideally, brown rice and plenty of vegetables are the best. If you get bored you can find millions of delicious recipes in vegan websites but remember to avoid greasy food.
      4. Give your eyes some rest. Avoid reading and using a screen for a while. Just use the minimum you need to get you by.
      5. Go for a nice walk in a natural setting: a park, the woods, the lake or wherever you can breathe some nice and clean air.
      6. Learn meditation or Tai Chi or yoga to help you deal with stressful situations.
      7. When you are ready prepare for a water fast. The fast is very effective but basically you are not supposed to be working while fasting. You need at least 2 weeks for a fast. There are specialized doctors and clinics who can help you with this but if you want to do it by yourself, you may want to read some literature to know what to expect. I did it by myself. For a quick summary about my experience with fasting you can visit this link to water fasting

Remember that praying has helped me a lot so whether you are a believer or not, pray and ask God, Allah, Buddha, Shiva, or whatever name you want to use for the Divine Source, to guide you through the process of healing.

Your intuition is your best doctor: trust it!

Feel free to contact me if you need any other information.

I wish you all to be happy, healthy and blessed!

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10 thoughts on “Healing from eye floaters

  1. Hi, i read that water fasting can help remove eye floaters, please tell me if you are healed complety from the floaters? they are bad? the results are permanent they not reappear after some days or weeks? best Regards
    Leo

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    1. Hi Leonel,
      Yes water fasting helps a lot with eye floaters. Don]t expect results overnight. It will take you a few water fasting for a few years to totally recover and in addition to that, you must change your lifestyle for good (see the 7 suggestions). Please consult a doctor before starting a fast because it worked for me but for some people may not be appropriate.

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  2. Hi, floaters are collagen fibres that stick together and all ophthalmologists/vitreoretinal specialists say its only possible to eliminate them via laser or an operation. An even with those methods not always do floaters go away. Its very difficult and there is a community of people suffering extremely from this terrible and life-changing condition. Could you please clarify how a water fasting works to get rid of floaters? If water fasting eliminates toxins, how can it remove clumps of collagen in the inside of the eye? How does it scientificially work? Thank you

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    1. I wrote about my personal experience with a severe case of eye floaters. Basically, if you want to find scientific infornation about it just google “water fasting scientific evidence” and you’ll see. I wrote the article because I wanted to help people like me – I do not profit from it in any case. The National Healthcare system in the Uk offers assistance and guidelines about fasting. My eyes are much better now but not completely healed. I eat plenty of natural sources of betacarotene, vitamins and lutein that can be found in fruit and vegetables. And, of course, I keep drinking plenty of water. Apparently, starting from the 4th day of fasting, damaged cells start to heal themselves – and this is exactly what I have experienced. Please consult the British Medical Journal or other authorative bodies for scientific evidence.

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  3. This is interesting, thank you for posting your experience. I’ve had floaters for decades. I think I had them as a child. I am vegan too, just since the beginning of the year, I was vegetarian for many years before that, and for the last 3 years I’ve been juicing which has helped improve a number of conditions. Glad you’ve had some positive results. ☺️

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    1. Juicing is great! I normally drink fresh carrot juice and it helps a lot. My floaters haven’t completely disappeared but now I can barely notice them. Eye floaters are a symptom of something else so you are doing the right thing. In my case, I discover that coffee, for instance, was very bad for me so I had to give it up. In addition, my body doesn’t need protein anymore. I occasionally eat some tofu or beans but only because I love them. In Oriental medicine, dairy products contribute to the creation of mucus in the body which, in large quantities, can be poisonous and make you sick. I became vegan because I love animals and I was not aware of the numerous benefits for my health. Healing takes time and faith; we are both doing the same thing! We are not just healing our eyes, we are healing our internal organs. In my case, meditation helped me a lot too because I used to be very anxious now I just trust that everything is going to be alright. And it really is! Keep in touch about your progress.

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      1. Yes, dairy went decades ago! Well, I say that, I mean milk, but it’s taken until this year to give up cheese, my favourite food. I have used Chinese acupuncture a lot in my life as has my daughter and we have both benefited. Coffee too was dispensed with 20 years ago, it was getting stronger and blacker and one day I had palpitations that kept on coming and I realised it had to go. Green and herbal/fruit teas for me. I am calmer too. Thanks for the support ☺️👏🏻

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    1. Hello, much much better, almost completely gone. As a matter of fact I almost forgot about them. It’s only during particularly cloudy days that I see three tiny spots on my right eyes – which was the worse. I’m sticking to a vegan diet but not raw and I haven’t fasted again since the first time. It’s taking me time and patience to recover but I’m on my way and I’m glad to prove wrong the doctor who told me that there was no cure. It’s just a long process which requires a change of lifestyle, that’s all. I’m very happy with the result!

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