Updated: Oct 30, 2020
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The idol of Indian Gods is set in the middle center of the temple, is mostly called “Garbhagriha” or “Moolasthanam” in the ancient terminologies. Ideally, the infrastructure of a temple is constructed after the idol has been placed in a high positive wave centric place. This place known as moolasthanam is the place where earth’s magnetic waves are discovered to be most extreme.
The temples are not meant for pleasing the gods or a place to pray. This concept is introduced by the ancients to make everyone meditative since not everyone puts enough efforts to meditate consciously and feel the ecstasy within them.
The round dome-shaped structure we see on the temples is usually built on Garbhagriha and idols are always installed within the middle of Garbhagriha and exactly below the hollowed roof of the temple. This dom or hollow shaped structure has a magical effect in it, where every energy pass-through, gets locked inside this shape. Therefore, if any sound vibration spreads under this shape, it gets reflected back as an echo effect because all kind of energies produced here gets automatically locked inside the wide shape.
Being under the rounded triangular dome-shaped roof, the empty space within the structure reflects back all the energies under the structure itself. Whatever the positive energies have been produced by this positively charged land constantly, roams around in this shape only. Since the Idols are installed within the middle of the Garbhagriha where the charged energies found to be highly active, these energies are consecrated and focused in the middle of the temple where idols are installed. Which makes them the most powerfully positive energetic place in the entire temple.
So the temples are not meant for pleasing the gods or a place to pray. This concept is introduced by the ancients to make everyone meditative since not everyone puts enough effort to meditate consciously and feel the ecstasy within them. So, the temples used to be a kind of machine which helps the human body to trigger their meditative switches to sense beyond life. This aroma of energy in this atmosphere slowly charges our mind and body with that protonic energy which makes us feel calm and refreshed.
To make sure that we try our best and make every possible effort to absorb these energies, we take a circular walk around the Garbhagriha and grasp all the energies floating around the Garbhagriha. This process mostly called Pradakshina.
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