Dharana is the Sixth Anga(Facet) of Patanjali Yoga. It means concentration or one-pointedness.
Japa or repetitive chants or prayers or specific combinations of sounds have been used across many religious faiths as a important component in their regular religious practices.
In modern terms, Japa is a form of mental endurance training.
It requires a clear focussed mind to efficiently do the practice.
One of the important attribute of this practice, is its impact on the mind of the practitioner.
This Dharana tool helps to capture and quantify the mental focus of each session.
Based on the feedback, regular practitioners can make necessary adjustments and improve their practice.
The suggested minimum, in terms of Lap or Malas is 1 Lap/Mala and 108 Counts.
The user can set appropriate number of Laps or Malas.
Preset counts for each Lap ( Mala)
Touch or Swipe for each count
Swipe up or Down for alternate Lap
SCORE at end of each session
Minimum Time, Maximum Time and Average Time
Lap 1 and Count 108.
Settings can be changed based on requirements.
To attain a SCORE close to 100 regularly during progressively longer durations of time. There is no limit for the improvement, with regular practice one can move from just few minutes to longer durations.
Dharana will make the mind more focussed
Good for students to get calm concentrated mind
Can be done with practices like -Asanas,Pranayama,Martial arts or exercises
Regular practice will help in reducing stress and improve ability to practice meditation.