Granted, sometimes this is much easier said than done. BUT - I bet if I coupled gazing with breathing I would REALLY be able to get my act together quickly.
I have also concluded that closing your eyes and softly coming "back to reality" is very much a gaze.
Hello concentrating on breathing.
Apparently, I got this...
Lower your eyelids halfway, and gaze in the direction of something that pleases you. Instead of penetrating with your eyes, soften your focus to see things in their true light. Gaze lovingly at the gentle curve of a handmade bowl, the way that sunlight filters through the old window in your attic. Gaze at the wildflowered hillside until you see just a splash of color here and a burst of magenta there. Gaze upon the face of an old woman with your eyes, trace the lines that travel around her mouth and circumnavigate her forehead. Read a bit of her history in her face. Let your softened eyes meet hers gently, and toss a quiet smile in her direction. Learn to see the unseen. Gaze at a skyscraper and see a temple. Gaze at the moon and see a woman with a basket. Gaze into the mirror into your own eyes, until your vision takes you past your own exterior and into the deepest recesses of yourself.
It is really more techo.
Excellent gazing music.