Shatavari benefits

Unlocking the power of Brahma Muhurta for optimal wellness

Timing holds the key to unlocking our full potential! Brahma Muhurta, occurring approximately 1.5 hours before sunrise, varies based on geographical location and sunrise time (usually between 3:30-5:30). In Ashtanga Hridayam Sutrasthana 2:1, it is asserted that rising during Brahma Muhurta safeguards health, promotes longevity, and enhances success in all life aspects.

Embracing the ‘creators time’

Translated as the ‘creators time,’ Brahma Muhurta is the perfect moment for engaging in inner work, self-care rituals, spiritual practices, creative endeavours, and acquiring knowledge. This auspicious time can shape the trajectory of our day and life.

My personal awakening to Brahma Muhurta

About 7 years ago, my body naturally awakened during this time for months. Initially perceived as disturbed sleep, it unfolded as another layer of my awakening and self-connection. Honouring this rhythm deepened my alignment with self and surroundings.

Reasons to rise early

Become the early bird reaping the rewards of heightened vibrations, creativity, and longevity. Here’s why waking up during Brahma Muhurta is a transformative practice:

  1. Sattvic Time: According to Ayurveda, Brahma Muhurta is dominated by Sattva guna, promoting purity, balance, and harmony. The serene environment supports spiritual practices.
  2. Connect to Higher Self: The thin veil between physical and invisible realms during this time makes it ideal for meditation, prayer, and spiritual practices, fostering a connection with the divine.
  3. Mental Agility: Dominated by Vata, this time encourages grounding activities, fostering mental clarity, focus, and positive intentions for the day.
  4. Circadian Rhythm: Aligning with the natural circadian rhythm supports overall health and well-being, enhancing the body’s innate cycles.
  5. Detoxification: Natural detox processes occur during Brahma Muhurta. Early waking coupled with spiritual practices supports detoxification and rejuvenation.
  6. Yoga and Meditation: Emphasised in yogic and Ayurvedic texts, starting the day with asana, pranayama, and meditation during this sacred time is paramount.
  7. Positive Start: Initiating the day with reflection and gratitude sets a positive, peaceful tone, reducing stress and enhancing emotional resilience.
The challenge and personalisation

Consider trying this for a week and observe the transformative effects. Everyone’s needs differ, so it’s crucial not to force any adjustments. Many successful individuals attribute their calm and collected demeanour to the habit of waking up early, utilising their most creative time effectively.

Ref: Brahmi Muhurtam Uttishthet Swastho Rakshartham Ayusha: tatra sarvartha shantyartham smareccha madhusudanam. Ashtanga Hridayam Sutrasthana 2:1

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