7 Reasons Why You Should Learn Garbhasanskar
By Dr. Nutan Pakhare
One’s ability to manage the spectrum of life is a key factor in happiness and success. It is every person’s desire to raise a healthy, happy family, and the success of a family and society is dependent on a healthy, prosperous progeny. Bringing prosperity and joy to a family can be done in many ways, but Garbhasanskar is one of the strongest pillars. It assists with preparing emotionally for pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood.
What is Garbhasanskar?
In garbhasanskar, you are encouraged to be mindful of your mind, body, and spirit before and during pregnancy. It is an ancient method of pregnancy and childbirth care that emphasizes the health and wellness of both mother and baby. In addition to providing a solid foundation for the life to develop completely within the womb, it also helps the mother to make the process more enjoyable and emotionally connect with her baby. A variety of methods are included in this process, including cleansing, detoxification, and enhancing gametes quality. While in intimacy, the couple is advised to follow a certain diet lifestyle, rituals and chant mantras. As soon as conception occurs, would-be parents and especially the mother are given a diet and lifestyle that is adaptive. In Garbhasanskar, the goal is to provide quality prenatal care that is beneficial to the mother and the foetus exclusively.
Why is it essential to learn Garbhasanskar?
The main reason Garbhasanskar is so important is that it prepares you for everything that could happen during your pregnancy and delivery. It will be easier for you to cope with any situation that arises during pregnancy or childbirth time in your life once you know about this ancient practice. Also, you’ll gain confidence in yourself as a mother since you’ll know exactly what to expect when things go wrong and what to do if they do!
Those who are health professionals and working with pregnant women need to be equipped with the knowledge to help them in the most effective manner.
What is the difference between ancient Garbhasanskar and modern childbirth care?
In Garbhasanskar, health is improved through natural methods, while modern prenatal care relies on medical interventions (drugs, surgery, etc.) to improve outcomes. In order to benefit pregnant women and their babies, it is possible to integrate both sciences. Gynaecologists, obstetricians, doulas, and yoga teachers must possess this knowledge. You can boost your professional development by learning Garbhasanskar and Ayurveda perspectives.
Here are 7 reasons why you should learn Garbhasanskar:
1. Enhances couples’ bonding – Giving our children a good education and a proper foundation is the most important thing we can do to prepare them for a successful future. Many people throughout history have had the ability to influence the lives and progeny of their descendants. It is important to read the efforts of the mothers of these great personalities such as Lord Krishna and Lord Rama, Swami Vivekanand and Shivaji Maharaj.
The next step is to examine what the research says about intelligent growth. It has been found that 80% of a child’s brain develops during pregnancy. 10% takes place in the first five years, and 10% continues until death.
While trying to conceive, the Ayurvedic philosophy emphasizes spending quality time with your partner and enhancing your mutual love. Gaining a clear understanding of the process will also aid in your fertility journey.
2. To improve fertility rates – The fertility rate in the world is currently below replacement levels, with women giving birth to an average of 1.4 children. Approximately one in six people in 2019 lived in India. Low fertility refers to an insufficient number of children. There are a number of reasons why fertility rates are declining. DINK, which stands for double income without kids, is becoming more popular in western countries. A couple from India has moved to western countries and is pleasantly open to adapting to such a way of thinking.
The one-child policy in China has been abolished, but one must also focus on qualitative reproduction rather than quantitative reproduction. Garbhasanskar offers a qualitative conception and pregnancy outcome.
3. Quality Prenatal Care – Prenatal care has consistently been promoted by the World Health Organization as a way of reducing foetal and maternal mortality.
As it is imperative to support expectant mothers holistically before, during, and after delivery. The pregnancy stage is exceptional for a woman’s body as it is undergoing countless changes. The woman’s body is preparing itself for motherhood. During pregnancy, the diet, exercise, and lifestyle of the mother play a key role in the development of the baby. Traditional Indian practices such as garbhasanskar promote the health and well-being of pregnant women and their babies, as well as help families, prepare for childbirth.
Several experts recognize it as a method that reduces maternal and infant mortality rates and improves pregnancy outcomes. Garbhasanskar methods can therefore be incorporated into prenatal care policies by the WHO.
4. To educate health care professionals – By implementing technological innovations, the world has been advancing towards creating an artificial womb factory, which can solve problems associated with prematurity birth and reduce pregnancy complications and childbirth fear. If these technologies fall into the wrong hands, I believe it can create havoc in the future. Rather than training and educating health professionals, why not explore Garbhasanskar, which can help to create desired progeny and save millions of lives? It is impossible for a machine to be more accurate than a human body. The womb is a divine creation found in the female body.
Showing the comfort of an artificial womb to the current population would distract them from this divine creation. Human potential and ability can be killed by comfort, this is well known. It is therefore important to educate health professionals about the ancient art of Garbhasanskar and how it can bring forth desired personalities.
5. Getting rid of childbirth fears – In ancient times, grandmothers and mothers taught the next generation about their bodies, what to expect during pregnancy, and how to care for themselves during childbirth. It is also important to note that these women have innate wisdom when it comes to nutrition, exercise, relaxation techniques, and breathing techniques which could be useful to them during pregnancy. Most of them are able to have more children without any complications.
The increase in nuclear lifestyle in today’s world makes most people unable to obtain such knowledge or training. It becomes imperative that we learn about these things in order to have a healthy pregnancy and delivery. It is common for women to be afraid of pregnancy and childbirth through various media or the community where they live. Those who fear childbirth have a unique opportunity to gain experience about Garbhasanskar body and the birth process. Taking this step can make childbirth less frightening.
6. To improve foetal development and growth – Garbhasanskar helps to prevent premature births and support healthy foetal development; Additionally, it prevents pregnancy-related risks such as gestational hypertension, eclampsia, gestational diabetes, and obesity. The baby is indirectly protected from intrauterine growth retardation or malfunctions as a result. Facilitate the micro and macro development of the foetus’ body and mind, Ayurveda prescribes a monthly diet and discipline. When a woman follows these practices along with yoga, the baby is born with a unique intellect and emotional ability. You can learn more about it in the book called ‘The ultimate guide to Garbhasanskar’.
7. Reducing the financial burden on the family and healthcare system – In India, where the under-five mortality rate is the highest, child health is a major concern. As a result, the family and healthcare systems are burdened economically. The financial load on families is also increasing due to healthcare costs. If a mother suffers from an illness during pregnancy, then it will lead to an increase in expenses for treatment as well as for her child’s future education costs.
According to a recent study by the World Health Organization (WHO), India accounts for 18% of the global disease burden. The country also has the largest number of deaths among children under five years old.
The main reason behind this is malnutrition or unhealthy eating habits, which can be prevented by proper dietary intake during pregnancy. The mother’s diet during pregnancy plays an important role in determining her child’s future health and development. It influences foetal growth and development by affecting their physical and mental abilities as well as their overall well-being later in life. In order to prevent childhood illness, it is important to nurture your child while they are still inside their mother’s womb so that they will have a healthy future ahead of them when they grow up!
Children are the future of our nation. They are the ones who will shape the world we live in and how we think. Children are also vulnerable; they are inexperienced and they are dependent on us to ensure their safety and security. If a child is raised in a healthy environment it will have a better chance at life, which will allow it to grow up into an adult that can succeed in life. A healthy child will be able to make good decisions and lead a productive life. A healthy child is one who has been given all of the attention needed for them to grow into a happy and well-adjusted person. A healthy child is one who has received proper nutrition while growing up, they have not been neglected or abused by their parents/guardians or even other family members such as siblings and grandparents etc…
The goal of this article is to inform readers about the importance of developing proper parenting skills from the womb so that children can grow up into adults who will be able to contribute positively towards society through various activities such as volunteering at local shelters for homeless people etc
The importance of having a child cannot be underestimated in the 21st century and in a country like India, where lifestyle and standards of living are on the rise. Having a child is extremely important to our culture, religion, family, and tradition. It is believed that children complete an individual’s life. Due to changing times and lifestyles, couples are becoming more concerned with the quality of their family rather than the size of their family. Every situation has its upsides and downsides, and this one is no exception. Nevertheless, Garbhasanskar must be promoted now in order to preserve our world for the future.
As of November 1, 2022, Richa had a vaginal full-term delivery and has been enjoying motherhood. Richa worked in corporate offices in Delhi for seven years. After one and a half years of marriage, she wants to try for a baby. Her sister referred her to me (Dr. Nutan) before conception for a medical consultation. On 12th November, we met via Zoom and prescribed tailored nutrition and lifestyle changes. In addition to following everything regularly, Richa received the first good news about having a child.
She never missed a single follow-up during her pregnancy and even kept in touch with me until the day before she gave birth. In light of the baby’s rapid weight gain and back pain issue, she was advised to undergo a C Section by her doctor and mother. In spite of this, she managed to deliver the baby vaginally by using Garbhasanskar visualization and online consultations. For this, she deserves full credit.
Below is what she said:
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