In one of other threads*, Pete Bissonette said "It is not necessary to see the words sharp
[while in PhotoFocus]. You are not using your foveal vision for PhotoReading, but rather
your peripheral vision." I would be ever so grateufl if he could explain that.
My extremely logic mind cannot imagine or believe that my subconscius could recognize,
understand, remember something that my eyes/conscius cannot actually see. Well, I see
furniture in my flat while my vision is concentrated on my thumb**, but that furniture is huge
compared to letters in a book, and I do not need to see the tiny details of that furniture
to avoid bumping into it.
Please, could you elaborate for me. I have trained almost daily for months and see a blip
page and stereograms without any problem now. It seems my lack of understanding or
my disbelief in blurred words keep me stuck now.
*) I am refering to the thread "The Blip Page" started 05/30/00 by BarryT, https://forums.
**) Paul Sheele's suggestion in the same thread.