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Al Diaz and co-host Meir Schneider, Ph.D share their insights on “Self Healing”

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Meir Schneider, Ph.D., L.M.T. was born with cataracts, glaucoma, astigmatism, and nystagmus. After five unsuccessful surgeries on the lenses of his eyes, doctors pronounced his condition hopeless and he was certified legally blind. At age 17, Meir learned the Bates Method of eye exercises and practiced them diligently. To this he added his own regimen of self-massage and movement. Within six months, he could recognize visual objects for the first time; within 18 months, he could read print without glasses. His vision improved and today holds a current unrestricted California driver's license. As a teenager, Meir began to help others with a wide range of degenerative conditions, such as polio, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis. He found that the same principles which enabled him to gain functional eyesight could be applied to the entire body. His discoveries led to the creation of the Meir Schneider Method of Self-Healing through Bodywork and Movement, helping tens of thousands of people with serious physical and visual conditions worldwide. An internationally respected therapist and educator, Meir is the founder and director of the School for Self-Healing in San Francisco, an author, and was awarded a PhD in the Healing Arts for his work with muscular dystrophy. www.self-healing.org

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