EYE TECHNIQUES

Sunday, January 9th, 2011 7 09 /01 / Jan /2011 17:49

Here is a 1st exercise of occulaires techniques - drishti. This exercise is relaxant for the mental, has an impact on eyes, on view(sight). He(it) refreshes eyes when these are too much sought (computer screen, work of precision), he(it) helps in the sessions of reeducation of the view(sight), he(it) is going to bring a better view(sight) so practised regularly. It is a simple and effective exercise.

Technique

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Eyes go from right to left and from left to right...

Eyes go at the top, below, at the top, below...

Eyes converge on the tip of the nose

Eyes converge at the top

Movements of diagonals:

Eyes go below on the right, then above on the left...

Eyes go below on the left, then above on the right

And finally, eyes are going to make several circles from right to left then several circles from left to right

You can add to this exercise, the movement of the square, in a sense(direction) and then in the other one.

Once the exercise was ended, rub your two palms of hands the one against the other one, put your very warm hands on your closed eyes a few moments. Mass(massage) then the outlines of eyes in a sense(direction) then in the other one, insist on the painful parts(parties).

He(It) not ya no contraindication to the " yoga of eyes ". The migraine due to the stress, to the occulaire fatigue, can be relieved by this exercise.

Often, we notice pains during the beginning of the practice, he(it) does not there take place to worry, it is the muscles of the eyes that miss exercise!

Have a practice during 5 minutes, every day.

If you work in front of a computer screen daily, have a break every hour, put your glance farthest possible a few moments then practise this exercise.

By NataYoga - Published in: EYE TECHNIQUES
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Friday, October 29th, 2010 5 29 /10 / Oct /2010 08:43

In the previous article, we had seen that gestures(movements) and contract (mudrâ and bandha) have a big importance in yoga, on the energy structure.

Let us bend one moment on them DrishtiOn the fact that they are, on their effects, their impact on our energy structure.

Drishti (glances in Sanskrit) is points of fixation(binding) of the glance.

The respect for these points of glance allows the spirit to refocus and so favors a better concentration.

They are particularly important during the following stages of development of the yoga for the practice of prânâyâmâ (management of the breath), of âsana (postures) dhâranâ (concentration) and dhyâna (meditation)

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Dakshina: Consist in carrying(wearing) eyes complétement to the right by taking care of seeing really extremely possible on a horizontal straight(right) line passing at the level of eyes.

Vama: Consist in carrying(wearing) eyes complétement to the left by taking care of seeing really extremely possible on a horizontal straight(right) line passing at the level of eyes.


Maddya: A point in the space in front of one, on the horizon, the falling eyelids consists in fixing. ( Half-closed eyes)

Bhrumaddya: Consist in squinting by fixing a point between eyes.

Nasagra: Consist in squinting by fixing the tip of the nose.

Shambavi: Consist in squinting by fixing as high as possible.

The techniques of Drishti are a precious training because they have beneficial repercussions from the point of view of the health, but also of the vision and of the concentration.

They can bring a comfort not insignificant occulaire, so practised regularly: stop(ruling) in the visual process of degradation even recession(drop) of the same process to allow to get back a better vision.

Interesting to complete the sessions of orthoptie (reeducation of eyes) which will then be less frequent even to avoid them!


They can be practised to part, as a simple or more elaborated autonomous technique and there, a real relaxation settles down besides the effects of drishti.

Often Drishti hurts eyes. It is the muscles of the eyes that suffer, muscles which need to work physiologically. It is necessary to go there slowly, not to hesitate to abandon(to give up) the technique a small moment and to resume(to take back) it then. After a session of Drishti, rub deeply the palms of hands the one against the other one, close eyes and put the palms of hands on every eye. Feel the heat of hands, inhale the heat with eyes...

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