Ayurvedic and Yogic Eye Exercises
Posted on December 29 2014
Ayurvedic doctors in India designed a series of easy eye movements called mudras. Practiced daily, Vedic practitioners believe mudras help individuals to see more clearly and read from great distances. They also maintain that mudras improve one’s mental powers of memory and concentration.
1. Stare at the tip your nose;
2. Using a finger or a pencil, focus your eyes on something near.
3. Focus your eyes on the far horizon.
4. Place an open book or a printed notice several feet from you. Gradually, over time, increase the distance so that you can read it from far away. After a time, many people can read it from far away. After a time, many people can read a notice from the back of a large room.
5. With both eyes, look up to the far right. Look diagonally down to the far left.
6. With both eyes, look up to the far left. Look diagonally down to the far right.
Hatha Yoga Technique:
Roll both of your eyes in an upward half circle from left to right. Next, roll both your eyes in an upward half circle from right to left. Then make a downward half-circle from left to right. Then make a downward half-circle from left to right, then right to left. Within a week to several weeks, you can combine all the half-circles into the smooth, full circle motion. Repeat at least once a day.
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