Improves Your Overall Health. More Balance. Sun Gazing with Eyes Closed Sungazing with your eyes closed is a great way to ease your way into the process. Tilt your head and allow the sunlight to make contact with your eyelids from all angle to get the most of this practice. Remember to breathe slowly to relax the mind.
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Improves Your Overall Health. More Balance. Sun Gazing with Eyes Closed Sungazing with your eyes closed is a great way to ease your way into the process.
Tilt your head and allow the sunlight to make contact with your eyelids from all angle to get the most of this practice.
Remember to breathe slowly to relax the mind. This is a very healing practice for the eyes, however, be careful. Is it Safe? Sungazing done correctly is safe, however, those who push the limits and go faster than their body can adjust to will likely damage their eyes. Moving slowly is the way to go. The sun is very powerful and the eyes need time to be able to absorb the light from it. Make sure you start during the first hour of sunrise or the last hour of sunset. The UV rays will not be at maximum strength.
This is a safe zone for beginners. Sun Gazing Testimonials Sun Gazing Techniques Beginners should practice sun gazing the first hour of sunrise or the last hour of sunset. This is because the UV Rays are not as strong during the early and late sun.
Listing to your body is very important while practicing. Cut all distractions and focus on how you feel. If your body tells you to stop, stop immediately no matter what the guidelines of the technique says You are growing your intuition during this process, so listen to it… Here is a Common sun gazing technique for beginners.
Blink when needed. Let go of all tension and stare with a relaxed gaze. Continue to breathe… Cover your eyes with the palm of your hands. Follow up with covering your eyes with your palms. The sun always has an abundance of energy to offer any and everyone. The practice grows deeper and teaches more as you go further. Remember to respect your boundaries and listen to your body.
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