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Development of fetus in mothers’ womb by following simple techniques

Development of fetus in mothers’ womb by following simple techniques

In Indian culture it is believed that education of material, traditional and spiritual values begin to develop from the time the fetus is formed in the womb. When a woman is pregnant, her baby is exposed to everything she experiences. Mother’s bond with the child starts right from the time of conception. The baby is able to listen to the mother and feel her feelings even when it is developing in the womb. This is why it is important to transfer positive thoughts, energies and emotions. Garbh Sanskar can be traced back to ancient Hindu texts and Vedas as early as 1500-500 BC. It also finds reference in the Mahabharata which was written roughly around 400 BC. It also forms an important part of the ancient Ayurvedic principles.

The advantages of garbh sanskar are not only that you educate your child but there is development of a bond between the mother and the child. Garbh Sanskar stems from the belief that a baby’s mental and behavioral development begins right from the time it is conceived. This is why it is said that the mother’s state of mind can have a huge impact during pregnancy.

To help a mother remain in the best frame of mind in the interest of her growing baby, Garbha sanskar suggests a set of practices and way of life. This includes reading or seeing things that make you happy, communicating with your baby, performing spiritual activities like pujas, meditating and eating healthily.
Garbh Sanskar involves a traditional diet planning, yoga, music, exercises and behavioral suggestions that help create a positive atmosphere around the mother.

Growth and development

A baby’s brain develops upto 60 per cent when in the womb and an unborn baby responds to the outside influences that it is subjected to such as light, music and other movements. When the mother thinks positive and stays happy, she helps in circulating good hormones in her body, which impacts the well-being of her baby.

Develops the baby’s brain

The music of flute or other calming instruments that you listen as part of Garbh Sanskarhelps in the faster development of baby’s brain as well.

Keeps the baby calm and positive

Listening to good music increases positivity and gives a lot of good vibes to you and your unborn baby as well. a fetus can hear the mother’s voice when in the womb and if the mother says positive things to the baby, it will affect his mental and physical development too.

Strengthens the bond

Nothing can calm a baby more than the mother’s voice. When the baby listens to music or stories read out by the mother, it feels calm and at peace and establishes bond with the mother before birth.

When a woman experiences severe stress during pregnancy, the baby can be at risk for serious problems. In studies on pregnant women, intense stress has been defined to include: the loss of a loved one, war, a major catastrophe like flood, fire, an earthquake and interpersonal violence. These stresses have been linked to miscarriage, prematurity, or low birth weight in infants. Stress that is chronic—like poverty, homelessness, discrimination etc. —can also lead to low birth weight, as well as later physical and psychological problems. A woman who experiences depression is also cause for concern.

Every person has unique vulnerabilities and strengths, and every situation is different. Although we might not be able to control what happens to us, we have some control over how we react. And that matters. We can change our responses to stress through self-care (nutrition, sleep, and moderate physical activity); having positive experiences; increasing our repertoire of emotion strategies for coping; and seeking support from others.

As is evident Garbh Sanskar has a lot of benefits for you and your baby during pregancy, which is why every expecting mother should try it.

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