Hey Paul and welcome to the forum!
I've been wearing glasses for most of my life. When i was about 20 or 22 and went for a checkup to get new glasses, the doctor noted that my eyesight had improved from my previous prescription. (It's gotten 'worse' again though in the meantime - now 27). She asked if I had by any chance started gardening and spending more time outside - which I did. Apparently she had seen this with more clients, that once they literally broaden their horizon that their eyes improve. So yes improvement is possible. When I sat in on a conversation with Bernard with regards to correcting eyes he said that it was possible but take a long time -- and that in the meantime, if glasses and contacts really bother you, to do something like eye laser surgery. You still walk your correction points that would have sorted out your eyes as you keep walking your process, but your eyes get 'fixed' already. I think it's cool to have this as a point of awareness and play with the eye point and improvement - but I wouldn't make it a focus / obsession. Gently integrate it in your life, see what opens up - don't force it. When I would get into these points of improving something, I'd often get sidetracked in that I make this 'one point' my sole focus - and in the meantime I miss other important points and opportunities that open up for me -- which then actually 'slows you down'. So if I place myself in your shoes, I would double-check my starting point: am I doing this to 'fix my eyes' or am I doing this to 'help myself'. Because fixing my eyes tends to be a tunnel visioned path - whereas helping and supporting yourself will go beyond just focusing on your eyes. You still pay attention to it, but you then don't fixate on it. So have a look if there's any thoughts or imaginations around 'improving my eyes', 'I'll be able to tell people I've healed myself', etc. Even if they only come up rarely, it would indicate that you are focused on the destination rather than the journey. Do it because you want to help yourself and get to know yourself - even if in the end your eyes remain the same. Detaching yourself from such goals will actually help you to walk it more effectively.
Another little exercise I enjoyed doing with myself was simply moving my eyes clockwise and anticlockwise, up and down etc, doing it slowly and with precision. I noticed that some angles would get skipped or be hard to move through, indicating a point of programming present that would get accessed in that position. Then I would breathe, see what the programming is about and move it as myself to be able to do nice circles and other directions.
Since this is your first post on the forum, it would be great to see an introduction post in the intro forum (http://forum.desteni.org/viewforum.php?f=1
) so we can get to know you better. Do keep us up to date with what opens up for you in walking this point and thanks for sharing!