I’ve just listened to this podcast, and I think it’s a fantastic beginner material. There is nothing bullshit there, no ads, no misunderstanding from the host, sound quality is perfect from both side. And the way the method is introduced seems to be (new and) great to me. I really liked the sequence of:
- myopia is caused by near work
- only small changes (stimulus) needed
- active focus is just the normal behavior of the eye
- introduction to measuring
- introductory sequence of the method for reasonable low myopic people:
5.1 only use your glasses when you need them
5.2 took off your glasses on nice relaxing days when you feel for it (ie.: do zero diopter reset sometimes) until you miss them (then put them back)
5.3 Then after some reasonable time try after that day put on a 0.25 D weaker glasses and watch what happens.
It’s an absolutely fantastic relaxed and easy way of introducing the whole method. The only thing is missing is differentials, but honestly if someone gets the things from above it is not hard to explain that small additional step for people having higher correction than -2.00 D (instead of “only use your glasses when you need them” you have to just “use your differentials when you don’t need the full ones”).
I really liked the host, not over-enthusiastic but was really into the topic, no ads, she had clear understanding about the topic, but still asked great questions and did great job at continuing the flow of the conversation. Honestly she is the first host ever for whom I’m considering of listening to her other episodes too