Monday, 8 March 2021

Hyperopia: Emotional meaning:

Hyperopia is a vision problem that prevents us from seeing the next sufficiently sharp objects, but we can see more clearly over long distances. 
In hyperopia, the visual image is focused behind the retina, rather than directly on it, this physical phenomenon can be of physiological origin because the eye is too short.
You need to see well from afar. 
The farsighted is the watchman. 
The eye accommodates to see in the distance.
"Fear, anxiety, to future events"
"The danger comes from afar"
"Fear of not knowing where it comes from"
"I refuse to see what's next to me"
Wanting to escape a part of reality.
Right eye = "I worry so much for the future of my family”
Left eye = "I feel uneasy about my future”
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