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Sungazing is an ancient meditation practice found in many cultures. It balances the pineal gland, regulates sleep cycles, stimulates rejuvenation and boosts vitality.
When the sun is approaching the horizon, begin looking at the lowermost edge of the sun. Follow this point until it slips below the horizon. Then shift your gaze to the uppermost edge of the sun.
Follow it with your gaze until the entire sun slips below the horizon. Breathe and rest in the stillness for as long as you can.
As with every practice, there is great potential for growth in the observation of the practice.
Try watching the sun set this week and observe how it makes YOU feel.
What insights or a-ha moments are you receiving? How is it affecting your body systems?⠀