“Those in constant communion with Divinity, do not need a specific time. But to reach that state, the Brahma Muhurta would certainly be of help, right?”
That depends on the person and the kind of attitude one has. With the wrong attitude, practicing at Brahma Muhurta may be an obstacle. With the right attitude, practicing at Brahma Muhurta may be very helpful. Any discipline - if you are involved in the discipline with a certain attachment, then it tends to become an obstacle. An attachment to the disciple may be very useful in the beginning, it provides tremendous energy and driving force. But, unless one moves beyond it - it becomes a great hindrance.
The problem arises when one starts clinging to this idea that just by practicing at Brahma Muhurta, you are going to be successful in your sadhana. And those who are attached to this idea are often disappointed.[/QUOTE]
With the right attitude, practicing at Brahma Muhurta may be very helpful.
is all that I am saying.
I suggest “clinging” to this Brahma~muhurta for 42 days and seeing for oneself.
Regarding discussions, if I begin splitting hairs, I’m sure you are capable of drilling a hole along the length of the hair, inserting another one into it and sending it back to me.