Though believing God is left to individuals, going to temples frequently, believing God, and worshipping God give strength to our body and mind. Sometimes we think what are the benefits of going to temples? when we look at the scientific basis behind these, we realize. If we go to temples in daily life will improve our mental and physical health. The positive energy generated in our body. India has many magnificent temples. It is a matter of pride that there some of the most amazing scientific foundation temples throughout India from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.
The benefits of going to temples.
1.HEARING SENSE ACTIVATED.
It is a ritual that when we enter into the temples and ring the bells, the bells are made up of cadmium, zinc, lead, copper, Mickel, chromium, and manganese. They produce a sound it creates unity in the left and right part of our brain. It produces a sharp sound, its echo sound activates all the seven healing centers in the human body. It helps us to remove negative thoughts. When we bell our brain becomes blank for a few seconds enter a stage of trance, in this state of mind our brain becomes receptive and aware. The sound of the bell is considered auspicious, it is said that by ringing the bell, we inform our arrival, it welcomes the divinity and destroys the evils.
2.SIGHT SENCE ACTIVATED BY LIGHTING CAMPHOR.
In temples the idol is placed in “garbagriha”, we concentrate and pray by closing our eyes and we can see camphor was lit during ‘arthi” in front of the god or goddess. So it activates sight since. Usually, the garbagriha is dark, and it is brightened with lighting camphor, this light energy is absorbed by the idol, it is discharged for a period of time.
3.TEMPLS ARE THE ENERGY CENTER.
A lot of temples in India reveal fundamental science and purpose. Temples created as powerful spaces and activates one or two particular chakras, the main energy centers of the human body. Temples located where the earth’s magnetic wave path passes through, also where positive energy is available from magnetic waves.
4.WE GET POSITIVE VIBES IN OUR BODY.
In temples, the god’s statue is placed on a copper plate. It is believed that copper plates absorb the earth’s magnetic waves, if a person regularly visits temples, he can receive magnetic waves. He can feel positive vibes. Positive energy is available abundantly from the magnetic waves. Importantly the idol has been placed in a high positive wave centric place. In ‘garbagriha’ where the earth’s magnetic waves are at the peak.
5.FOOTWEAR TO BE REMOVED.
It is a compulsory customs that one has to be removed footwears before entering the temples. Because temples located at pure vibration of the magnetic field of energy. Temples will be built at the good conductor of positive vibration, it passes through our feet to the body. Thatswhy we walk without slippers while we enter inside.
6.THE HOLY WATER
While preparing holy water in the temples, prepared by curd, honey, milk, sugar, coconut water, tulsi, and camphor. It helps to fight diseases like the common cold and cough. It is believed that copper vessel has miraculous property, this holy water prepared in a copper vessel has the power to balance all three ‘doshas’ in our body.
After offering our innermost prayer, it is a ritual to do pradakshina around the idol at least thrice. This practice is known as parikrama or pradakshina. When we do pradakshina around the idol, we get charged up all positive energies, it cures many illnesses, emotional disturbances, and cheers our mind.
8.TEMPLES TRANSFERRED ENERGY TO US.
Temples take the positive energies from the earth’s surface and transfer them to our bodies. When we visit the temples we can gain energy. More importantly, it is believed that we should not leave the temples without sitting down for some time because the main purpose of the temples is to rejuvenate our senses.
9.APPLIYING TILAK ON MIDDLE OF OUR EYEBROWS.
No one comes without applying kumkum when we go to temples. We put kumkum between eyebrows. Since it is a critical nerve point so we retain the energy consumed during the worship. Pressing the kumkum between the eyebrows at the nerve point increases blood supply to facial muscles.
All these practices are up to their beliefs. The purpose of going to temples to keep ourselves healthy, calm, peaceful, and refreshes our senses. Totally we can not away from the temples one way or the other. It is our life. Hinduism is not only a religion but also “its a way of life“ universal law. The Hindu way of life is a science of life. Likewise, India is a land of so many mysterious temples, and temples play a vital role in our way of living. It is an inseparable part of our life.
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