The practice of GarbhSanskar has been documented in the Rigveda approximately 3500 years ago. This practice has also been supplied with references from Indian mythological history & in Ayurveda.
The literal meaning of Garbh is womb, and sanskar means values, ethics, or morale. Together, the term "GarbhSanskar" means imparting values to the palpitating life in the womb.
Examples such as that of Abhimanyu could be drawn from the Mahabharata in which Arjun teaches his yet-to-be-born child Abhimanyu how to use chakravyuh in a war. Another example could be drawn from the story of Bhakt Prahlad, in which his mother listened to the devotional chants of Lord Vishnu when she was pregnant with him. Even though Prahlad was born into the clan of demons, he became a staunch follower of Lord Vishnu.
These are just a few instances of GarbhSanskar. Modern day examples of GarbhSanskar can be witnessed in the user experience section of Krishna Coming GarbhSanskar.
Pregnancy isn't easy. You need to know how to plan for pregnancy. Scientists have proven today that the fetus can respond to external stimuli. The hormonal secretions activated by the mother's thoughts can also affect her soon to be born baby in the womb. The learning that a child receives while still in the womb of the mother, is known as GarbhSanskar in Ayurveda. To know more about GarbhSanskar, browse through www.krishnacoming.com.
It is a conventional belief that a mother's emotional state affects the unborn child in multiple ways concerning the child's mental and behavioral development. If we talk about the role positive thinking and positive attitude play in the mental development of a child, then a mother has a long way to go because her attitude during pregnancy transfers to the womb and affects the child's mental well-being. GarbhSanskar has long-term benefits for the child; it also helps to build a great and fulfilling relationship between the mother and the child.
Today, more than ever, following garbhsanskar is imperative. We are living a fast-paced life and are continuously surrounded by targets of meeting deadlines, lack of qualitative relationships, falling emotional quotient and the stress, tension, insecurity and depression associated with all of the above. Being pregnant in such negative circumstances may prove harmful to your baby. Even if you are not imparting ‘su-sanskar’ to your baby, the negative environment is definitely imparting ‘ku-sanskar’ to your baby. So, to ensure that your baby is showered with all the positivity, optimism and su-sanskars, following the ancient Indian science of GarbhSanskar holds as much importance as visiting a doctor.
With Garbh Sanskar, you can do meditation during pregnancy which immediately lowers your stress levels and also has a positive impact on the baby.
One can also join the best garbhsanskar classes online at Krishna Coming: GarbhSanskar App. By joining these online classes, soon-to-be parents will have a fair idea of what thoughts and actions are to be imparted to their unborn child, consciously and subconsciously. Online garbhsanskar classes indeed make a massive difference in the baby's life, as is evident from hundreds of testimonials received by team Krishna Coming Garbhsanskar.
These are just a few features that help a pregnant woman transform her pregnancy, her surroundings and her baby into a more positive state.
Using Krishna Coming GarbhSanskar App is also very easy and takes around minimum of 15 minutes of time daily. Just Download the Krishna Coming GarbhSanskar App from the Play Store and register using your mobile number. Enter your pregnancy details and attend a free live explainer session by Prof. Vipin Joshi.
Also, watch this video where a user of Krishna Coming GarbhSanskar asks founder Prof. Vipin Joshi why we should follow GarbhSanskar.