Sit facing each other. Cross-legged is ideal, or on straight-backed chairs if your knees aren’t so good. Be close enough that your knees are touching and you can hold hands.
Then simply gaze into each other’s eyes.
Play some luscious chilled music, and hold the gaze for one song. That’s about three minutes.
You might find yourself giggling, that’s fine, let the giggles pass and let your energy sink, bringing your breath deeper into your belly to centre yourself.
You might find it gets uncomfortable, that the gaze becomes too intense. In this case simply close your eyes for a while and feel into the space between you until you feel ready to open your eyes again.
Simply feel and notice. Avoid analysing as you go, whatever you feel you feel, whatever you notice you notice. It could be blissful, it could be emotional, it could be nothing much at all, just the barest glimmer of an opening into each other.
In this co-created space, without talk or movement, you are left with the pure essence of your connection, soul to soul.
As you become more comfortable with eye gazing, you’ll bring it more into your relating: during love-making, any time you meet during the day, even just momentarily.
And in that gaze you will find ever deeper connection.
Learn this and other connecting activities at my gorgeous Couples Retreat in Bali or Couples Retreat in the Blue Mountains.