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According to ancient Indian scriptures Multiplication of Virtues & Division of Defects is called 'Sadhna'. Good deeds done in repetitive action in such a way that it becomes your nature. This is the process of imparting Sanskars. Now the question arises 'What is garbh sanskar?'
Garbh Sadhna means to impart virtues, values and 'Sadhna' in the unborn baby in the womb during the period of pregnancy. As pregnancy is the stage where the basic building blocks of a child’s mental neural structure is laid down. This is the most decisive stage, deciding the child’s health, behaviour, nature and almost his entire future.
Giving birth to a ‘Sanskarit’ child depends on two things:
Prarabdh: Deeds of our previous birth.
Purusharth: Efforts done in this birth to impart virtues in child.
Unfortunately, we have no control over ‘Prarabdh’, but we can certainly impart Sanskars in our child with ‘Purusharth’. The Whole process of Garbhsankar revolves around this ‘Purusharth’’ of Father, Mother & Family Members.
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Let’s say you watched a webshow today that was full of murders and violence. Did you know that the thoughts it generated in you reached the baby promptly? The opposite works in Garbh Sadhna practice.
Garbh Sanskar tells us that listening to harmonizing music or reading good text reaches positive qualities or “Satwa Guna” to the baby. He is affected by the mother’s good thoughts.
Mothers have immense powers, second only to God, to create certain qualities in us. Yes, women have the power of designing the human mind in the womb itself.
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