Eyes are the windows to the spirit and you can perceive what someone is up to by investigating their eyes. Consequently, it is vital to have clean eyesight.
In yoga, trataka is a procedure formulated by the antiquated sages to enhance eyesight. It is a shuddhikriya or a purification procedure to wash down the eyesight and help in the quieting of the psyche in fixation.
Sit with your back straight. Keep your eyes settled on a point without winking till tears start spilling down your face. The small object can be the fire of an oil light, at a separation of around four to six feet. You can likewise do this kriya with nothing in front of you. Simply stare in front of you at the wall without moving the eyeballs or eyelids. Guarantee that you stare at one point on the wall.
Before starting this activity, you can start off by moving the eyes without moving the head, where you roll your eyeballs all over, sideways and from corner to corner diagonally. At first, you can make this development with open eyes and then rehash them with shut eyes. This will give the imperative exercise to the eye muscles. This is then trailed by trataka. Trataka influences the eyes to clear, enhances eyes and quiets the psyche. Over some stretch of time, you will encounter the peace of mind. If you need to think, start with trataka to quiet the brain and then go to the reflection. Along these lines, you will receive the rewards of reflection. Since you are practicing the eye muscles, they end up noticeably better. You can play out this kriya day by day with no negative impacts at all.