The Visionary Design of “Diamond Eye” - Mr. Majid Dashti
Mr. Majid Dashti, a mechanical engineer from Yazd, Iran was recently given the Shining Word Inventor Award by Supreme Master Ching Hai for inventing a device known as the Diamond Eye which uses electromagnetic waves to effectively treat a number of eye conditions without surgery or harmful side effects.
Mr. Dashti took interest in medical science in his childhood. Eleven years ago, he suffered from a weakness in his eyes and was prescribed glasses, which made his eye problem even worse. Being told that there was no definite treatment, he spent a year studying and researching about eye disorders and eventually built an experimental device that completely restored his own vision. This motivated Mr. Dashti to continue this research and learn all about the ophthalmologic sciences in the next 10 years before he was able to build the Diamond Eye to eliminate or cure many different eye problems such as hypermetropia (farsightedness), myopia (nearsightedness), strabismus (cross-eyed), Amblyopia (lazy eye), nyctalopia (night blindness) and cataracts.
According to its inventor, this device, once set up, can be used for patients from two years old to older people with great ease. The whole procedure usually takes no more than 30 minutes. The operation of the device is such that once the patient sits in front of the device, the device sends many commands in the form of electromagnetic waves, to the eye of the patient. From the eye, these commands in the form of electric messages reach the brain. The brain is forced to reflect back the commands to the eye, and during the treatment, the eye problem is rectified and vision is improved.
The Award was presented by our Association members to Mr. Majid Dashti on November 10, Golden Year 5 (2008). Master applauded this affordable treatment for common eye disorders as the first of its kind in the world. Mr. Dashti expressed his gratefulness for this Award. He said that he intends to share this invention with the rest of the world and he will continue his research until people with “incurable” retina problems can be treated.
Our sincere appreciation, Mr. Dashti, for your invaluable contribution to the health of humankind. May your noble aspirations soon be realized, so that the miracle of vision can be restored to even more people with the Diamond Eye.
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