Choosing the right muhurta for any activity is based on the star of the individual and the planetary position including sun and moon. Sun’s radiation has high influence on the forces of nature that can create harmony or harmful effects on one’s life.
Since it is the time when most of the people are in deep sleep, the atmosphere is filled with vital pranic energy which is highly beneficial for the spiritual practices. Activities of the living beings start only after some time so the pollution level is less. Spiritual masters always advice the people to wake up at this time for spiritual practices because the waves present in this time are most beneficial for the body and mind.
Brahma Muhurta is best time for doing Yoga, Meditation, Prayer, etc. After the sunrise, usually the atmosphere starts getting dull. One can easily experience the freshness enjoyed throughout the day if he/she wake up during brahma muhurta and if woke up after 7 AM. The level of freshness if woke up during brahma muhurta is more compared with that of waking up after the sunrise. The rays radiated from the sun during this time brings positive effects on the brain. It makes the brain cells active. This time, the forces in nature is very much pleasant and peaceful.
One who performs spiritual practices get abundant benefits and it is a cause for spiritual upliftment. The air is also less polluted which is ideal for pranayama and yoga. From medical perspective, waking up during this time makes the blood circulation normal. From Ayurvedic perspective, the three components – vata, pitta and kapha are balanced in the body of a person who wakes up during the brahma muhurta. Vata helps to eliminate the toxins in the body, kapha creates respiratory disorders, etc.