Thanks to the festival, we are able to give the least attention to the eyes. The eyes are the most vulnerable part of our body. They work day and night. Mobile phones add even more stress to the eyes. That’s why paying attention to them is the most important. There are many yoga asanas that help protect the eyes. Yoga expert and director of Sacred Soul Yoga, Dr. Amit Khanna is speaking about which yoga is eye-safe.
Dr. Amit Khanna said: “You should be very careful with eye yoga. After each exercise, close your eyes and rest for 1 minute.
Here are 4 yoga asanas to protect your eyes
1eye movement up and down
Sit with your feet together. Extend your legs forward. Make fists with both hands. Put them on both knees. Put your eye on your right thumb. Keeping your right hand straight, slowly lift your thumb up. After moving up to the top, move your thumb down. During this sequence, the eye should be constantly focused on the eye. Repeat this action with your left eye. After doing 5 times with both eyes, let the eyes rest.
2 Eye movements before and after
Dr. Amit says, “Sit with your legs stretched forward. Look forward and place your left hand on your left knee. Keep your left thumb up. Extend your right hand to your right and your left to your left. Don’t turn. Head, looking at the sides alternately. While looking at the sides, also focus the eyes between the eyebrows. This sequence can be done 20 times. Then let the eyes rest.
Other than that, keep one thumb on the same knee and the other on the same side while moving slightly apart. Then secure both thumbs to the head and look around. This action can also be done 15-20 times. Then let the eyes rest for 1 minute.
3 palms on the eyes
After sunrise, sit facing the sun. Rub your palms vigorously. When your palms are warm, place them over your eyes. After holding for 2 minutes, warm your palms and apply them to your eyes.
Feel the energy flowing from your palms and into your eyes. Close your eyes. You can do this 3-5 times. Not only will this strengthen the eyes, but the mind will be calm and the mind will be energized. Doing this asana in the morning brings even more benefits.
4 Terra Tak
Trataka means to keep looking at an object. During this time, you should not blink. Focus your eyes on an object. The object should be exactly in line with the eye. You can also light a candle or a lamp if you wish. Look at it for as long as possible without blinking. You can also focus on the middle of your eyebrows. As a result, the lacrimal glands (lacrimal ducts or tear ducts) are stimulated. It also increases focus. In addition to yourself, you can also ask your children to do yoga asanas for the eyes.
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