There are three types of vision: foveal, macular, and peripheral. These types of vision correspond to different areas of the eye.
Foveal and macular vision mostly rely on photoreceptors in the eye called cones. Cones allow you to see color, read, and see fine details up close.
Peripheral vision uses photoreceptors called rods, which, it turns out, allow you to see quite well in the dark without artificial light.
Peripheral vision is also linked to another important ability that modern civilization appears to have deleted from natural experience: the ability to *not* have anxiety.
The easiest, quickest way to learn how to use your peripheral vision and restore your ability to stay peripheral is to learn how to walk at night without artificial light.
To that end, you may wish to check out our upcoming classes for 2021:
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