Lakshya, Laksha
the goal, the object for meditation, to which the practitioner's attention is directed; that which is kept in sight. 
gaze vaguely fixed in space.

When directing attention to lakshya, since everything is consciousness, such a consciousness, as it were, cognizes itself, the part that corresponds to the object or situation.

Lakshyas are divided into three types:

Yoga and kaulism work with both external and internal lakshyas. For example, you experience the external reality as a dynamic space in the emptiness of your consciousness, and the inner lakshya as the awakened Kula-kundalini, which also becomes dynamically diverse when awakened. Therefor there are two accents of practice: energy - shakti   and emptiness - consciousness.