Thursday, May 9, 2013

Garbh Sanskar:Spiritual Lessons

GARBH SANSKAR: Delightful spiritual lessons, and the creative arts that unlock your child’s genius.

How to Talk and be connect with Your Angels ( a baby in the womb). The Calling: Your Journey with the Angels:we designed seminars and workshops to help pregnant women to transform their lives  and develop greater spiritual awareness. 
“attachment parenting”:Born with a love of speech
“How experience in the womb shapes your new born's behavior”
The whole concept of pregnancy is a fascinating one – there is a tiny human growing inside of you and everything that is going on in and around you is impacting them in some way. Bonding is the intense attachment that you and your baby have for each other. It's the feeling that makes you want to shower your baby with love and affection, when you know you would do anything to protect her. You probably started to bond with your baby while baby was in your tummy. This may have begun when you first felt baby’s movements. Or it may have started when you saw baby grow week-by-week.
During pregnancy, from the moment of conception, the child’s soul is an active participant in forming the body she is to inhabit to fulfil her mission in life.The child in the womb—and the soul who is already a part of that body—has consciousness, has awareness of its mother, and looks forward to being born and fulfilling its mission in life.
The baby’s body, the greatest miracle of God’s gift of love to man and woman, is a new house that the soul will enter and integrate with during the period from conception to birth.
Now we  would understand the reaction of baby’s in the womb:How outside noises effects on your baby:How baby get used to the music and voices: How your baby hear from outside:How sounds effects on your baby:
New research supports what mothers have long believed, that babies in the womb hear what's going on outside.Even more intriguing, there is evidence that babies may share in their mothers' emotions.Believed that some sort of emotional network operated between mother and baby, and for this reason admonished mothers to keep their minds and bodies pure during pregnancy.
“When mother is happy, baby is happy; when mother is anxious, baby is too”
Prenatal researchers believe that from at least six months of pregnancy onward the preborn baby is aware of and influenced by what's going on in the outside world.
The constant beat of your heart is the clearest sound for your baby, but baby is also aware of noises from conversations and activities outside your uterus (womb).
  1. Studies of new born behaviour show that babies get used to the music and voices they've heard in the uterus. When your baby is born, if baby hears sounds  before birth, baby may respond by appearing more alert and active. Your new born may also pay more attention to your voice than any other.
  2. As your unborn baby cannot see or touch the outside world, hearings the one sense that helps baby to prepare for life after birth. Knowing your voice before baby's born helps to form that strong bond with you afterwards. In fact, creating a bond with you may be one of the reasons your baby’s hearing is so well-developed in the uterus.
  3. It's also likely that your baby's ability to hear gets baby started with understanding speech rhythms. This is the first step on the long road to learning how language works.
  4. Everything your baby needs to prepare for life outside the uterus will filter through naturally, as you go about daily life.
  5. Babies seem agitated by rock music, kicking  when they hear it and are calmed by classical music.
  6. Studies also show that a six-month-old fetus can move body to the rhythm of baby’s mother's speech.
  7. Studies also show that:Not only can a preborn baby react to sound, he or she can perceive different tastes and sights.
  8. Pregnant mother's thoughts/emotional life while pregnant influence the emotional life of her preborn baby also.
Certainly, mother's emotions don't cross the placenta, but her hormones do. Researchers believe that a stressed mother produces an abundance of stress hormones.
Responsibility for the physical and emotional health of a baby is a heavy burden to place on a pregnant mother already worried about keeping her baby safe from a confusing world. From where our services starts for GARBH SANSKAR.
Not only pregnant woman has to abstain from polluted foods and try to avoid polluted air, now she must guard yourself against polluted thoughts also! Relax! Remember that emotions, positive or negative, are more intense during pregnancy. Resolve stresses quickly.
“if necessary. Talk to, sing to, and share affectionate thoughts with your baby. If nothing else, it will make your pregnancy nicer for you”
The fact is, your baby only knows environment in your uterus. Naturally, this is entirely different from your world outside. As your baby has no understanding of your world yet, there is very little you can meaningfully do to stimulate with your baby
If you feel like talking to your baby as you move around the house or singing to baby as you lie in the bath, go ahead. It can only deepen the way you feel about your baby.All the notes of your daily life are part of their development.
This being said, it’s also been found that a fetus’ heart rate often slows when they hear mom talking. So there’s a good chance baby not only hears you, but recognizes your voice and finds comfort in it.
Thanks to your everyday conversations and activities, is plenty to prepare them for the world outside the womb. In other words, Mother Nature does a pretty good job of presenting the necessary kind of stimulation at the appropriate time of baby’s development. Baby hears plenty of what’s going on inside and outside of you.
Excessive stress can be hard on both you and your baby. Yoga, meditation and exercise are proven to help reduce stress, but it’s important to find what works for you. Try getting a few extra hours of sleep, deep-breathing exercises or long walks to help you relax. By taking care of yourself, you’ll be able to make the rest of your pregnancy — and motherhood — more fun.
One mother describes feeling “a soul hovering nearby, “the feeling is like when you are in a room and you sense someone has just walked in the room and then you turn around and see the person…it’s like a physical pressing in of someone you know is a part of you!”
The sole purpose of these blogs is to provide information about the tradition of ayurveda. This information is not intended for use in the diagnosis, prevention or cure of any disease. If you have any serious, acute or chronic health concern, please consult a trained doctor/health professional who can fully assess your needs and address them effectively. If you are seeking the medical advice of a trained Ayurvedic expert, call us or e mail.
Dr Unnati Chavda

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