This exercise is opposite to the rotation of the eyes. Continuous microscopic contractions of the eye muscles provide continuous movement when the one performs eyes rotation exercise. A rapid movement of the gaze from one edge of the visual field to the opposite with a delay of several seconds in each position creates eyes tern exercise.
1. Look up.
2. Look down.
3. Look to the right.
4. Look to the left.
5. Look in the lower right corner.
6. Look in the upper left corner.
7. Look in the upper right corner.
8. Look in the lower left corner.
9. These eight movements make up one cycle. In each position, hold your gaze for 1 to 5 seconds.
10. Repeat from 2 to 5 minutes, holding the head still. Try to turn your eyes to the most extreme positions.
11. Relax your eyes.
The exercise trains the motor muscles of the eyes, increases the ability to accurately focus, thereby improving the eye vision. This exercise can conditionally be called dynamic; they are lighter than static ones, which require a long fixation of the gaze at certain points.
Text: from the book of Ar Eddar “The Beginning of Hatha Yoga”