First exercise is Swinging Purpose
1.To develop and regain the natural, easy movement of your eyes. 2.To relax your eyes and your upper body. Do it 100 times for 4 – 5 minutes Near-To-Far Shifting Purpose
-To regain flexibility in the muscles that control the movements of your eyes. – To improve eye coordination so that your eyes follow the focusing directions from your mind. – To develop a balanced use of your eyes.
– To increase your peripheral awareness. First you have to choose your target. For example in this video, the target is the peak of one distant mountain. Then Focus on you thumb and count till ten then shift the focus to the target and count till ten as well. Do it so 15 times with you left eye then 15 times with you right eye and then 20 times with your both eyes. Make sure that your focus goes all the way to the target and rests on the target for a brief moment before you shift your vision back again. When your focus is on your finger in the foreground, you’ll see two images of the distant target. And when your focus is on the distant target, you’ll see two images of your thumb. 3. Palming: Purpose To relax tired or strained eyes and restore peace and quiet to your mind. PALMING is an excellent exercise to relax your eyes and soothe your mind. Place your cupped palms over your closed eyes.
The fingers of each hand should overlap and rest on the center of your forehead. Do it 3-4 times for 2 minutes each 4. Solarization of your eyes
Purpose is to relax your eyes and ease the tension.
To give a strong stimulation and feeling of comfort to your eyes. Exercise: Roll the ball of the sun on your closed eyes slowly like in video.
Do it 3 Times for 2 min each time Observation: Do this exercise when the sun is not very powerfull. 5. Head Rolls: Purpose To relax your neck, head and face muscles and reduce shoulder tension. HEAD ROLLS help to relax your neck and shoulders – two areas that can block clear vision. Remember to gently rotate your head and not to force any movements.
Do it 6 times (in each direction) 2 minutes each