If you Wake up between 3 to 5 am, Universe has a Message

Do you often find yourself waking up between 3 and 5 AM, glancing at the clock, realizing it’s still early, and then drifting back to sleep? That extra hour of morning slumber often feels incredibly satisfying. This happened to me too, and for the longest time, I thought it was just my subconscious mind. However, after doing some research and introspection, I realized that waking up at this time wasn’t just a random occurrence. I was waking up automatically, almost as if I was being nudged awake by some unseen force.

Initially, I dismissed it as a quirk of my sleep cycle. But as the pattern continued, I began to suspect that there was more to it. The consistent timing, the vivid thoughts I had upon waking, and the clarity of mind during those early hours all pointed to something deeper. It was as though the universe was trying to communicate with me, sending a message that I was chosen for something greater.

If you are also one of those who experience this regular wake-up call from 3 to 5 AM, this article is for you. In today’s article I, Dr Neeti Kaushik is going to explain the significance behind this phenomenon and how you can harness this unique opportunity for personal growth and spiritual development.

What is The Significance of Waking Up Between 3 and 5 AM

1. The Quietest Time of the Day:

Between 3 and 5 AM, the world is at its most serene. There’s minimal noise, fewer distractions, and a sense of stillness that is hard to find during the bustling hours of the day. This quietude creates a perfect environment for deep reflection and spiritual connection.

Have you noticed during peak hours, there’s so much traffic on the road? If you want to cross the road, it can take quite a while, and you may feel anxious and rushed. But if you attempt to cross the same road in the early morning, you can do so with ease, without any fear or hesitation. The same goes for our minds. During the quiet hours of the early morning, our thoughts flow more freely, unburdened by the chaos and noise of the day.

The energy of the early morning is pure and undisturbed, providing a unique opportunity to tap into our inner thoughts and feelings without external interference.

2. The Spiritual Hour:

Many spiritual traditions and ancient practices regard this time frame as the “Brahma Muhurta,” a period highly conducive to meditation, prayer, and spiritual activities. It is believed that during these early morning hours, the veil between the physical and spiritual realms is thinnest, allowing for greater clarity and divine insight. This period is seen as a time when the universe is most receptive to our thoughts and intentions, making it ideal for setting intentions and seeking guidance.

From my childhood, I was advised to study during this time, and many of you can relate to this advice. However, being a night owl, I always questioned why I should adhere to this practice when I felt more focused during nighttime hours. Years later, while working on my books and seeking inspiration for my writing, I decided to give early mornings a try. To my surprise, I discovered a noticeable difference.

During these quiet hours, my mind seemed clearer and more attuned to creative insights. Ideas flowed more freely, and I found myself making significant progress in my writing projects. It was as if the stillness of the early morning provided a fertile ground for my creativity to blossom without the usual distractions of the day. This experience taught me the value of aligning with natural rhythms and exploring different practices to enhance productivity and creativity.

3. Heightened Intuition:

Waking up at this time can indicate heightened intuition and sensitivity to the energies around you. The universe might be nudging you to pay attention to your inner voice, to listen to the messages that your subconscious mind is trying to convey. This heightened state of awareness can help you make more informed decisions and recognize patterns that you might otherwise overlook.

For example, there have been mornings when I woke up naturally and felt a strong pull towards pursuing a specific idea or path. One instance that stands out is when I was contemplating a career change. During one early morning, I woke with a sense of clarity and conviction that this change was not only necessary but also aligned with my deeper aspirations. Trusting that intuitive guidance led me to a fulfilling new direction and starting my new journey with Nitty Gritty With Dr Neeti Kaushik.

These moments remind me of the power of early morning insights, offering profound opportunities for personal growth and meaningful decisions.

4. Body’s Natural Rhythms:

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the hours between 3 and 5 AM correspond to the “Lung Meridian”, which is linked to emotions and spiritual well-being. This time is associated with the renewal of the body’s energy and the processing of grief and sadness. Waking up during this period might be a signal that your body is working through emotional healing or that you need to address unresolved issues in your life.

Embracing the Morning Message

After discovering the significance of waking up between 3 and 5 AM, I developed a routine that has helped me utilize this time for my best personal and spiritual development. Here’s how you can do the same:

1. Express Gratitude:

When I wake up, I put my feet on the ground, join my hands together, and chantकाराग्रे वसते लक्ष्मी, करमध्ये सरस्वती। करमूले तु गोविन्द, प्रभाते करदर्शनम्।” and thank the universe for choosing me. Expressing gratitude sets a positive tone for my day and opens my heart to receive more blessings. You can chant a deity’s name or simply say thank you to the universe.

Recognizing the significance of my waking moments shifts my mindset from one of frustration to one of appreciation and curiosity.

2. Hydrate and Refresh:

I drink a glass of water to hydrate my body. I freshen up to fully wake myself and prepare for a productive session of manifestation and meditation. Hydration is crucial for our mental clarity and physical well-being, and starting our day with water helps kickstart our metabolism and cleanse our system.

3. Deep Breathing and Meditation:

I begin with 10 deep breaths to centre myself. Then, I find a comfortable place to sit—avoiding staying in bed as it might tempt me to fall back asleep. I focus on my breathing and enter a meditative state. This is the perfect time to manifest my goals and visualize my dreams. Deep breathing helps oxygenate my brain, reduce stress, and enhance my focus, making it easier to connect with my inner self.

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4. Journaling and Reflection:

I keep a diary or notepad beside my bed. When I wake up, I write down whatever thoughts or questions come to my mind. This could be about my career, relationships, or personal growth. I ask the universe for guidance and stay open to the answers that may come through symbols, dreams, or daily occurrences. Documenting my thoughts provides insight into recurring patterns and helps me track my progress over time.

5. Channelling Messages:

In this tranquil state, I write down any insights or messages I receive. The answers to my questions may not come immediately, but within 48 hours. These messages can come in various forms, such as a chance encounter, a snippet of conversation, or a sudden realization. Being attuned to these subtle hints can help me navigate my path more effectively.

6. Planning and Strategizing:

I use this quiet time to plan my day or outline steps towards my short-term and long-term goals. The clarity and focus I achieve during these hours sets a powerful tone for the rest of my day. I consider this period as a strategic planning session where I can map out my priorities, set intentions, and visualize your success.

Struggling to Stay Awake? A Short Routine Can Help

If you still find it very difficult to remain awake or if your sleep routine is such that you sleep late and need to complete at least 6 hours of sleep, don’t worry. You can still benefit from this special time without significantly disrupting your sleep schedule. When you wake up, just do the following activities  mentioned for 10 to 12 minutes and then go back to sleep.

This brief interruption can still provide clarity and help you harness the universe’s message without compromising your overall sleep.

The Power of the Early Morning

The early morning hours are a potent period for manifestation and meditation. Many successful individuals, from spiritual leaders to scientists like Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi, and even modern-day entrepreneurs like Tim Cook and Oprah Winfrey, have utilized these hours to harness their full potential. The tranquillity and heightened spiritual connection available during this time can provide profound insights and lead to significant personal and professional breakthroughs. This practice of early rising and utilizing the quiet hours has been linked to improved mental health, greater productivity, and enhanced creativity.

Waking up between 3 and 5 AM is not just a random occurrence—it is a call from the universe, signalling that you are special and chosen for a higher purpose. Embrace this opportunity to connect deeply with your inner self, express gratitude, and seek guidance. By aligning with the energies of the early morning, you can unlock new levels of clarity, focus, and fulfilment in your life. So, the next time you wake up before dawn, remember that it’s the universe’s way of communicating with you—listen closely, and you just might discover the answers you’ve been seeking.

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  1. Usha tamta

    Thank you Neeti Maam 3 to 5 ka time samjhne ke liye …pta nahi appko hamare dil ki baat kese pta chalti h bhut samay se Janna chahte the so thank you much Ma’am ❤️

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      God bless you

  2. Rohini Joshi

    Jaigurudev I follow you on you tube and i
    resonate to many of your articles like this
    I read so thank you for all 🌹🙏🌹

    1. Neeti Kaushik


  3. Hetal

    Yes I wakeup between 3 to 5 a.m but still I can’t able to come out of the bed ,but now I put afforts for this b.cos really I want to do meditation in pure silent atmosphere. Thank you for explaining benefits and the way how we do. Your every story inspiring me.

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Glad you liked it

  4. Varsha Vidhyesh Shirvoikar

    You are so very true ma’am
    The same thing happens with me every single day. And there’s always a but
    What can I do that will benefit me the most?

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      I hope you have found the answers

  5. Veda Naveed

    Hi Mam, you are such a Good and Humble person who help the Mankind to improve life in a great way.. My life has seen a great shift from the time I have started following your Guidance 🙏🙏I am awake by 3 to 5 in the morning since many years, but now watching your videos I have the clarity how to make the best use of Spiritual Blessings.. Hearty wishes for your success in fulfilling all your Dreams 🙏🥰

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Gratitude 🙏

  6. Akhtari Sultana

    Thank you so much 💓 💗 💛 💖 ❤️

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      You are most welcome

  7. Shveta Madan

    Luv u my mentor Neeti luv you dher sara luckiest to have you Shukarana Shukarana Shukarana Waheguru g

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Love you too

  8. Swati Karekar

    Very useful and informative article… thank you mam

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      My pleasure

  9. Sunitha Arun Kumar

    I’ve been waking up continuously for months between 3-5 am. I was thinking that it’s a sleeping disorder.Many a times I don’t go back to sleep. Glad to know that it’s a special time for meditation and Manifestation.

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Yes it is. All the best

  10. Naina K Vekaria

    Hello Mam,

    I am always awake in between 3 -5 am.
    Thank you for your message it has made so clear that we are special people.
    I was just thinking that it was normal to be awake at that time.



    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Glad you liked it. All the best

  11. Kanchan ARORA

    I like you and follow your YouTube channel. Nowadays I am in Meerut. If possible , can we meet.

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Hi mam , I am based in Gurgaon

  12. Surekha Deshmukh

    Very meaning full content .I also try this but I can’t maintain the continuity thanks

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      try for 21 days, after that it will become a habit

  13. Geetanjali Nangia

    It’s a lovely piece indeed like all your other works Neeti ma’am, I love you and miss you so much.
    Stay healthy & blessed 😇 🥹

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Many many thanks

  14. Sudha Lakhanpal

    I usually wake up every morning at a particular time around 4 am but couldn’t understand what to do Just see my Whatsapp and then earplugs listen to some Gurbani and go to sleep

  15. Upma

    Grt article
    Keep inspiring us
    Love u

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      thank you

  16. Prachi Choudhury

    Dear Maam it’s been several days that I’m waking up exactly at 5am and again going back to sleep. Is this any kind of sign from universe or Godly spirits?

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      This is what i have explained in this article , do what i have suggested in the article. you need to find the answers by yourself.

  17. Prachi Choudhury

    Dear Maam it’s been several days that I’m waking up exactly at 5am and again going back to sleep.Is this any kind of sign from universe or Godly spirits?

  18. Mousumi Dutta

    Thank you so much ma’am for this valuable and divine blog post🙏.It is really helpful. Ma’am I also woke up during this time for a very long time. I am also going to utilize this time as you mentioned in your post. Your videos really bring positive changes in my life. Thank you Universe 🙏Thank you God 🙏Thank you my Angels 🙏Thank you Ma’am 🙏🕉⭐🌺


    Respected Ma’am. ..I too wake up every day between 3 am – 5 am but whenever I wake I remember my father whom I lost 3 months ago …the hospital scene where I had last visited my father on the ventilator, fighting between life and death flashes vividly in my inner mind ….. so I just wipe out my tears of sorrow and push myself back to bed with a heavy heart …. please guide me how can I overcome the loss of my father…. unable to accept his loss but life is going on

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      please try letting go ritual , its has magical effects


    I feel disheartened whenever I meet my mom as her sad face tears my soul apart …I hve tried to keep myself strong since the demise of my father but the early morning hours wake me up with these thoughts and I cry ….that time meditation,focus on my career doesn’t come to my mind …. only grudge why God didn’t listen to my prayers?…why couldn’t he give a few more years of life to my father?

  21. s.pradeep sagar

    Very inspired,thank you maa

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      Thank you so much

  22. Rina Beesooa

    That is amazing and it’s true 👍

    1. Neeti Kaushik

      thank you

  23. Rina Beesooa

    I had experience it and now i can say hundred percent my life has changed.

    1. Neeti Kaushik


  24. Neha Verma

    Mam Namaskar, I usually get my morning sleep interrupted from 3 to 5 in the morning. I get 1111,111,11 repeatation every time.I usually see 55,5555 also.Why this thing communicating me

    1. Neeti Kaushik


  25. R. J.

    Thank you

  26. Veenaa bhola

    So beautiful and nice 👌👌very deep knowledge

    1. Neeti Kaushik


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