Human body is susceptible for the changes in the cyclical motions of the moon and sun.
The impact of these changes are closely documented by the advanced researchers in the field of bio farming and organic farming.
The ascent and descent of the moon have the impact on the growth of the plants and all cellular structures, including on the germination of the plants.
Human body also undergoes very subtle cellular and molecular changes during this time.
Most of the lung and respiratory infections are possible during this time.
According to Ayur Veda the Bilwa Leaves have a power full preventive medicine for all the Respiratory Diseases including the Cardiac Problems.
Using them with hand and smelling the smell of these leaves involves the aroma therapy.
Shiva lingas is found to have a specific property of resonating the cosmic vibrations.
Water has a peculiar property of called colloidal property. This enhances the water molecules to change their bond angles when came in to contact with the cosmic resonances and to increase their energy which then becomes powerful medicine. The abhisheka of the Shiva Lingas is to do this complicated exercises for the benefit of the mankind.
The mantras used in the Abhisheka or in the worship are definite energy states which produce a specified quantum of energy if recited. This energy is absorbed by the molecules of he body and they in turn radiate heightened infrared band of energies.
These energies radiated are picked up by the Acu Points or Adharas which distribute the energy for all the systems of the body for the energy correction.
That is the reason why the Rudra Namakam, Chamakam and Mahanyasam and other powerful Vedic Mantras are recited on this Maha Shiva Rathri Day.
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