Focus your mind during the practice

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Do not let your mind wander during your practice. When you are on your mat, doing asana, avoid thoughts. Drishti is useful to keep your mind from wandering and consists of putting the focus on one point: that is where you should look. There are 9 drishits, suitable according to your posture: Angusthamadhye: the thumb Bhrumadhye: the third eye: between the eyebrows. It is not recommended to hold it for a long time and can cause dizziness to new students. Nasagre: at the tip of the nose Hastagrahe: to the tip of the hand, usually the tip of the middle finger. Parshva: sideways (to the left - 1 drishti / to the right - 1 drishti) Urdhva: upwards. Nabhicakre: to the navel. Padayoragre: towards the toes. The aim of Yoga is the union of body and mind, so listening to your body is a priority, keeping out distractions of the mind.

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