Jangama Dhyana meditation has ancient roots in Yoga and the Vedas. It was popularised in the 20th century by Shivabalayogi and his disciple, Shivarudra Balayogi. It involves focusing and holding attention on the Third Eye, the space between the eyebrows. The eyes are also gently directed there to facilitate stillness of mind. As the experience deepens, meditators can achieve Pure Awareness; consciousness watching itself.