There’s always a blacker black and a whiter white.

There’s always a blacker black and a whiter white. I followed a book once that was supposed to train me to “see without glasses”. Ultimately, likely, mostly a crock but still some useful exercises in there.

One of them I liked: It’s to improve contrast-ability in your brain so that your vision has a more ‘contrasty’ place to go:

You close your eyes and imagine the blackest black you can imagine.

Go as black as you can.

Hold it there.

Then, go one shade blacker.

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