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    The best time in a day is the29th muhurta (the second to last muhurta before sunrise). This time begins 96 min before sunrise and lasts for 48 minutes. Leaders throughout history have acknowledged this aspect of time and meditated on this holy hour. Those who meditate on the word A-U-M during these 48 minutes will make swift and rapid progress in their spiritual life, they will be gifted with special ideas to help them overcome major obstacles and manifest their true dreams. This muhurta is considered the most auspicious time to connect with the core of your being. "Think Less, Achieve More. A no nonsense guide to effortless meditation" Sri Vishwanath

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