The time before sunrise is believed to be the most auspicious time for meditation.
There is a Sanskrit phrase which seeks to describe the feeling that exists in the pre-dawn. The phrase is “Brahma muhurta”. The literal translation is “the hours of God”.
The pre-dawn atmosphere is highly charged. Being still and quieting the mind at this magical time of day is transformational on energetic and spiritual levels.
So tomorrow morning, set your alarm for 30 minutes before the sun rises.
Meditate with a view of the sky. It will give you a start to the day that is full of wisdom.
I was desolate and afraid, and full of woe and terror. But when that beautiful sun began to climb the horizon life was to me again.
Intriguingly novel take on Bram Stoker. 😀
I have a very quirky sense of humour!!! :D. I am glad someone picked up on it – thank you Ben!!
that does seem to be the perfect time. all is quiet and peaceful, no interruptions, just me and god time
That’s so true Terry – it’s a very sacred time of the day ♥
Interesting idea. 🙂
Thank you 🙂 _/\_
Hi! Every morning, I wake up at 5:15 am. It’s the best time to do Yoga, Breathing exercise & meditation.
Your mind will be superb peace! Try & experience it! Cheers!
That is so true – thank you for your comment!! 🙂
There is something magical about the early morning hours. Thank you.
Thank you Brenda! I love the time for dawn. I was lucky enough last weekend to be outside when the sun came up – one of the only (if not only) time I have actually seen the sun rise. It was magnificent ♥
I am not a morning person at all, but whenever I was up and out at sunrise, it always felt as if the day had that little bit of extra goodness in it 🙂
Oh definitely!! I agree with this so much. There’s a sacredness to that time of the day 🙂
I do notice a difference between morning and evening meditations. Each has their magic, but the early morning, just before dawn is when I have my most spiritual moments. The deeps of night meeting the clarity of sunlight… a great post, thanks!
Thank you so much for that comment! :-). I really find I get different things out of it depending on the time.