Drishti is the art of staring, but not creepily, at a singular point. Practitioners of yoga and meditation often “find a Drishti” to envelope and cull a state of concentration.
The intention is to keep your focus singular and soft to roll into a gazing state. The spot where you rest your attention could be anything from a crumb on the floor, a candle wick’s flickering, an electrical outlet, ooze inside a lava lamp, or a symbol on a mandala.
How might finding a Drishti help your practice?