I read in a book (why can't I find it when I want it?) that among the reasons that a tallit gadol has an atarah on it is because there is value in doing a mitzvah the same way each time. If it did not have it, you could put a tallit on four different ways (eight if it was square). Is there a Hebrew term for doing a mitzvah consistently the same way? Could you apply this terminology (if it exists) to other mitzvahs like standing in the same place when davenning (makom kavu'ah)?