We have often heard that waking up early is beneficial for us in many ways. But how many of us have experienced these benefits in our mind, soul, body, and practical life? Before experiencing and understanding the benefits of waking up early in the morning, we must know how early is good to wake up? What is the right time to wake up? The correct time to wake up in the morning is between 3:20 am to 3:40 am. This time is termed Brahma Muhurta. We can say that the Brahma Muhurt persists every day between 3:15 am to 5:30 am.
What Is Brahma Muhurta
If we look at the meaning of Brahma Muhurta, Brahma stands for the Supreme element of the universe. And Muhurta means the best suitable time. So Brahma Muhurta means the best time of the universe when the supreme elements are at their peak.
Brahma muhurta is the best time for learning, meditation, thinking, and planning.
If we know, the human body is the result of the universe. We are connected to our environment. This connection with our environment or universe makes us innate towards our daily activities. The activities include all the natural habits of human beings like sleeping, waking up, eating, etc. But with time we have lost our connections with our universe and hence we are unable to sleep on time to wake up early in the morning.
If we look at our surroundings, we find birds go to their nest at dusk. And they wake up at dawn without an alarm. They can do it because they are connected to the universe in a well-manner.
What 6 Powerful Life Changing Things Occur During Brahma Muhurta
The following things happen in the universe during Brahma muhurta, which makes the supreme elements of the universe at their peak-
1. Law Of Attraction
You must have heard about the law of attraction. It is what we think in our subconscious mind, it attracts from the universe and we get it. So Brahma Muhurta is the best time to attract the things towards us which we want in our lives.
The logic behind the Brahma Muhurta is the best time for the law of attraction is that during Brahma Muhurta, the exchange of energy is very less. We can understand this in the way that during Brahma Muhurta the exchange of thoughts within the universe is at its lowest point because at this time nearly seventy percent of the world population is sleeping.
While the rest of the world is sleeping, our energy exchange with the universe during Brahma Muhurta is at its peak. It works just like a mobile tower. When there is less use of mobile during early hours, we find signals to be the strongest. Similarly, signals from the universe are the strongest during Brahma Muhurta.
2. Cosmic Energy During Brahma Muhurta
Cosmic energy relates to the energy of the universe. During Brahma Muhurta, another supreme element of the universe that is the cosmic energy is also at its peak. This cosmic energy is the world’s energy. Or we can say, cosmic energy is the energy of the universe.
The Brahma Muhurta falls between 3 am to 6 am. It is the time when we should leave our bed. Between 3 am to 6 am, the cosmic energy is at its peak. The cosmic energy is important to run our universe efficiently.
When we are in a sleeping position, our mind gets less cosmic energy from the universe, so we wake up fresh the next morning. And we finish our routine chores efficiently.
But if we wake up and meditate at the time when there is a high level of cosmic energy in the universe, that meditation is the most powerful one. In a few days, you will feel the spiritual experiences.
You will start noticing the difference in your world’s energy in a few days. Your spiritual energy will be so high that you will feel its effects on your consciousness, concentration, and intelligence.
To get the best out of cosmic energy, we don’t need to only meditate. We can study, learn, plan or focus on anything which we want to achieve in life. It means that any work which we do with concentration during Brahma Muhurta gives the best results in comparison to the same work when done at any other time of the day.
3. Powerful Magnetic Field
Just like our body and mind are interconnected, our body and the universe are also interconnected. As we know the earth revolves around the sun. When the first sunlight falls on the earth, the charged particles of the sun create a strong magnetic field around our earth. This magnetic field triggers our mind to wake up and make us realize that it is morning.
During Brahma Muhurta, our body has a high level of melatonin. Melatonin is the chemical in our brain that is responsible for peacefulness and focus. During the early morning, our body secretes a high level of melatonin, that is why our mind feels peaceful and relaxed. And at this moment, our mind is more efficient to meditate, concentrate or learn anything. After 7:30 am, our body stops secreting melatonin.
Due to social media and other contemporary distractions, we have lost our connections with the universe. Our universe is the medium to give us all the things and achievements in our lives that we wish. The only thing is we will have to go with the flow to make things easy and favorable. If we will follow the laws of nature, our subconscious mind will get activated. And anything which goes in our subconscious mind will automatically come true one day by the law of attraction.
4. Purest Environment
During Brahma Muhurta, the environment is in its purest form. There is the highest level of oxygen and the lowest level of carbon dioxide. When breathing fresh air, our cells get more oxygen, and our body and mind function well. That is why we feel fresh and energetic throughout the day if we wake up early and practice yoga or exercise.
5. Minimum Noise
During Brahma Muhurta, there is minimum to no noise in the environment. Now the question is how noise affects us. When there is some heavy noise in the environment, our blood pressure rises. This augmentation in blood pressure creates distraction and we feel a lack of focus.
Any work when done with a lack of focus or concentration takes more time and consumes more energy. In opposite to this, the same work we can do efficiently during Brahma Muhurta when there is minimum noise.
6. Energy Saving
When we wake up during Brahma Muhurta we save a lot of energy. This is because, during Brahma Muhurta, there is minimum noise and a high level of oxygen. When there is a distraction in the environment, our mind starts analyzing every voice, no matter how unimportant they are. While doing so, the mind consumes a lot of energy, and we feel fatigued in less time. That is why noise and polluted environments make us less efficient.
During Brahma Muhurta, because there is minimum noise and high oxygen, our mind and body need less energy to finish any work. In this way, we save energy by waking up early in the morning.
So I hope now you understand what happens in the universe during Brahma Muhurta, which can change your life.