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A child's development begins before birth, not once it is born. All of life's essentials are taught to a child by and through their mother. A woman's joys and sufferings, food and exercise, thoughts and emotions, everything impacts the fetus. This is why, in earlier times, the elders of the family said that a mother during pregnancy must devote herself to spiritual/religious practices.
It finds a place in traditional Ayurvedic medicine as a prenatal education guide for pregnant women. Practicing Garbh Sanskar will result in a healthy and intelligent baby.
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Read the following mythological Garbh Sanskar story that you must know, have a read.
Mahabharata's story of Abhimanyu is one of the most famous Garbh Sanskar stories. During the pregnancy of Arjuna's son Abhimanyu, he told his wife how to penetrate Chakravyuh, a particular war formation. As a young man and warrior in the Kurukshetra war, Abhimanyu remembered his father's story. His father had told his mother a strategy he could employ while still in the womb.
In the Puranas, the story of Prahlad is told. Prahlad was born into a family of demons wreaking havoc on the Gods in heaven. While carrying him, his mother listened to devotional prayers and stories about Lord Vishnu. He became a devotee of Lord Vishnu as a result. He stood for good and renounced all evil. Results in the downfall of his father's evil empire.
A devotee of Lord Shiva, Mata Anjana, mother of Lord Hanuman, ate a special dessert meant to produce divine children when she was pregnant with Lord Hanuman. As a result, Hanuman was born with divine powers. He dedicated his life to Lord Ram and Mata Sita and fighting evil.
Ashtavakra's mother Sujata's desired for her son to be the most evolved sage in history. During a lesson, the unborn baby spoke up and corrected Kahoda, the father. He started taking classes from his father and grandfather while he was in his mother's womb. Astavakra was born physically deformed. However, as a result of taking part in classes taught by his learned father and grandfather, he was a genius.
During the Garbh Sanskar process, the mother and her baby are encouraged to convey happy and positive thoughts and spiritual beliefs right from the moment of conception.
Therefore, here are some activities that you can practice to have a happy, healthy and spiritual pregnancy and also to have an intelligent baby.
Listen to the soft and spiritual Garbh Sanskar Music
Think positive thoughts and stay away from the negative environment around you
Maintain a balanced diet
Practice yoga and meditation
Talk to the child in the womb
Garbh sanskar is the practice of staying positive and maintaining the right mental, physical and emotional state of mind for your developing baby. In Hindu scriptures it is suggested to listen to music, think positively, and practice yoga and meditation during pregnancy. Experience the same qualities of the mentioned Garbh Sanskar stories in your baby with Krishna Coming Garbh Sanskar app.
Q1. What happens in Garbh Sanskar?
Garbh Sanskar is the science of inculcating good sanskar in babies during pregnancy. A few simple activities included in Garbh Sanskar are Garbh Sanskar Sutra, Vedic Mantra Vrushti, Garbh Sanskar music, Jeevan Sutra, Garbh Samvad, Yog Nidra, etc.
All these activities contribute towards the overall development of the baby and the mental well-being of the mother.
Q2. When should I start Garbh Sanskar?
As per Krishna Coming Garbh Sanskar’s experts, the Garbh Sanskar practice ideally should start 3 months prior to conception.
Q3. Is Garbh Sanskar scientifically proven?
There is scientific evidence that supports the practice of Garbh Sanskar and its phenomenal effect on the baby as mentioned in the Garbh Sanskar stories above.
As per various studies, Ayurvedic Garbh Sanskar induces positive thoughts in mothers which leads to hormonal secretions that have a positive impact on the baby.
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