Modern scientists accept that all human thoughts have electromagnetic energy. And one can never destroy energy; it can manifest it in a different form. Every day, after sunset, nature releases thought energy into the astral world. This released thought energy goes up and returns daily to earth, duly charged with astral energy between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. This divine hour in the Hindu scriptures is Brahma muhurta. In this excerpt, we will understand the Brahma Muhurta Benefits. Why do Hindus prefer waking up early in Brahma Muhurta time in the morning?
‘Brahma Muhurta’, is the time of early dawn. It is precisely one and a half hours before sunrise. The sages claim to be an auspicious time for rising up in the morning. It translates to the time of Brahma, is pristine, unpolluted, unblemished and it is the best time for meditation and prayers.
Brahma Muhurta Benefits
Brahma Muhurta time in the morning is very auspicious and beneficial. Those who are awake during this auspicious hour receive the transformed energy and realize their desires. However, for anyone to realize his desires, his thoughts’ sincerity, purity, and intensity are of great importance. The more intense and sincere the desire, the higher it goes up into the astral world and returns accordingly charged with the divine force. The Indian yogis, seers, and saints realized Brahma Muhurta benefits thousands of years ago and therefore advised us to wake early in the morning.
There is yet another explanation for waking up early in the morning.
During the night, trees and plants release oxygen into the atmosphere, which is vital for human health. One who gets up early and performs his chores receives fresh, revitalizing air. These are some other Brahma Muhurta benefits. These two scientific facts amply explain the truth behind the old saying: ‘Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.’