5 morning rituals to awaken your spirituality

“Mornings hold particular significance in our culture. The early hours from 4:00 am to 6:00 am are referred to as the “Brahma Muhurat”. It is believed that during this time, the boundary between the physical and spiritual realms, or the human and divine consciousness, is at its most delicate. Consequently, it is recognised as the period of the Creator, offering a potent opportunity to set intentions or sankalpas for the day ahead,” says Dr. Hansaji Yogendra, Director of The Yoga Institute. In this article, she writes about the five ‚Äčmorning rituals to awaken one’s spirituality.‚Äč

‚Äč”Mornings hold particular significance in our culture. The early hours from 4:00 am to 6:00 am are referred to as the “Brahma Muhurat”. It is believed that during this time, the boundary between the physical and spiritual realms, or the human and divine consciousness, is at its most delicate. Consequently, it is recognised as the period of the Creator, offering a potent opportunity to set intentions or sankalpas for the day ahead,” says Dr. Hansaji Yogendra, Director of The Yoga Institute. In this article, she writes about the five ‚Äčmorning rituals to awaken one’s spirituality.‚Ä謆

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