The way we look at things has an effect on our flexibility in the dialogue.
A relaxed musculature in the front ocular part allows me to find a distance to the things.

The distance is essential for the breath, the posture and the body rhythm. (see article) The panoramic look allows us to see the big whole.  This wide look kneads growing on our body regions, also on the visual apparatus.

It is the distance to the things which find us into language.
However , to strong focusing lets us fast lose the real concern in the common exchange.

There comes that I lose my presence, because I am occupied only with the other. There is no starting point in the dialogue, it is absent me.