Hey, Kevin Richardson here. If you’re watching this exclusive presentation, then you’re either one of my elite subscribers, or I have allowed a very close friend of mine to share this website with you.
In the next few minutes, I’m going to share with you a simple but powerful technique that's going to help you get natural clear vision.
Now before we go any further, let me remind you that this is an exclusive, by invitation only presentation.
This is easily the most important thing you'll ever see in your life, because you're about to discover a secret that's going to get you crystal clear vision through very simple and natural ways.
Before I go on to tell you about this amazing discovery, let me share with you how I came about this secret.
When I was very young my parents thought I had a learning disability, because try as they might, they couldn't get me to learn the alphabet.
It wasn't until a routine medical checkup that the doctor diagnosed me as having severe myopia, which is basically a fancy word for short-sightedness.
By the age of 5 I was made to wear glasses, and I can't begin to tell you how much that affected me as a kid.
I remember going to the optometrist when I was 15 for a new pair of glasses, and for some reason I told him that I'd hoped to be rid of them soon.
I'm probably getting ahead of myself, but in my years-long research into corrective eye procedures I would eventually discover that corrective lenses actually do more harm than good in the long run.
If you wear glasses or contacts, do some close work for an hour or two, then check your unaided vision.
Using corrective lenses doesn't aid in strengthening the eye. They're a crutch that the eye becomes dependent on over time.
They make the eye lethargic, complacent, because it no longer has to engage in the hard work of focusing on producing the clearest image for your brain.
And just like today's procedures, there was NO GUARANTEE that I wouldn't ever need my glasses again.
Every now and then there would be news of some botched eye surgery leaving some poor guy or woman with even more eye problems than they started with.
Heck, even with today's advanced technology you still hear about doctors screwing up and leaving people blind.
As she told Time Magazine, "The guy who did my LASIK surgery wanted to do a ‘tune-up', and now I've had five surgeries on my eye. I have partial blindness in one of my eyes, actually."
After being told in a consultation that he was a perfect candidate for LASIK surgery, he went for the procedure at the age of 23.
But after the surgery, he discovered that his left eye began to deteriorate. He suffered from dizzy spells and migraine headaches on a daily basis.
When he went to his…