- It's all in the eyes
- Simple Bhrumadya Tratak (Eyebrow Centre Focus Practice). Caution: Do not practise this if you have had recent surgery or injury to the eyes. You will need a quiet and dimly lit room and a yoga mat.
- Report: Father of India rape victim wants her name made public
- LONDON - The father of an Indian woman whose rape, torture and death provoked international outrage said in an interview published on Sunday that he wanted her name to be made public so she could be an inspiration to other victims of sexual assault.
- Mindful wanderers
- Bhrumadhya trataka is when the eyes are focused on the spot between the two eyebrows. Another method is when you sit at arm's length from a candle that is placed in a spot where the flame does not flicker.
- Lo yoga degli occhi
- Ad esempio si può fissare lo sguardo sulla punta del naso (nasaga drishti) o fissarlo tra le sopracciglia (bhrumadhya drishti) - o ancora far oscillare gli occhi, il tutto sempre con una regolare e ponderata respirazione.
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