Sanskrit (ancient Indian language) word for gazing point.
Keeps our focus and attention during the practice. Over time we will cultivate better concentration and mindfulness both on and off the mat.
“Where our eyes are directed, our attention follows.” – David Life
Simply bring your gaze back again. It happens and is part of the practice that teaches us to keep trying and cultivate one-pointedness.
If you forget or are unsure where to look, simply gaze towards your nose tips. Don’t stress about the ‘right’ drishti, be steadfast in your practice instead.