Pressing the pupils:
Finely probe your eyeballs again that are covered by the eyelids and exert a light pressure on the pupils with your fingertips. Through this the Nervus Vagus is influenced, which leads to a general relaxation.
Turning the pupils towards the nose:
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Now turn the pupils of your eyes towards the nose several times, like as if they had grown onto the nose, and then allow them to go back. Whenever you cramp yourself during this rotation inwards allow your eyes to go back to the normal position in a relaxed way and start from fresh.
Massage the corners of the eyes with the tips of your index fingers in small circular movements, whereby the skin is lightly displaced. Relax and let the effects of the exercise take place inwardly.
Looking at your own forehead:
Now turn the pupils in the direction of the corners of the eyes upwards and inwards. With closed eyes look at your own forehead towards the so-called third eye and after some time release this eye position again. Only do this exercise as long as it is pleasant for you.
The inner eye position – applied with numerous meditation and self-reflection practices – often leads to a sudden deepening of the immersion state.
Relaxing the ears (practice)
The auditory canal is connected to the mouth and throat area. To be able to experience the head area as being permeable it is important to also loosen up this area.
Plucking the earlobes:
With the thumb and index finger extensively pluck and pull your earlobes. This activates. According to the Chinese acupuncture teaching the acupuncture points of the sensory organs are located here.