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Things to do as a yogi during Pregnancy

It is such a beautiful feeling to enter into the Motherhood. Feeling the baby in the womb like a blooming flower. The woman is the embodiment of the Holy Mother and Motherhood is the most rewarding experience for all the living beings. Pregnancy and the feel of the child give the woman a sense of great joy and emotional fulfillment.

In the ancient Indian scripture Mahabharata, Arjuna teaches the great warfare technique called Padmavyuha to his pregnant wife Subhadra and the child in the womb, Abhimanyu learns it.

That is why pregnant women are advised to read the scriptures and keep their thoughts positive and pleasant so that the child in the womb gets positive impulses.

The medical research also shows that the feelings and experiences of the pregnant ladies have and impact on the growth and development of the child in the womb.

It is said in the Vedas that to get the best benefits; the Vedas must be either recited or listened. The great ancient sages of India have composed the verses in the divine language Sanskrit in such a way that reciting or even listening, to the Vedic mantras is a great boon to the heart and body mind and soul. The spiritual vibrations have a refreshing and rejuvenating impact on our physical, mental faculties and enhance our spiritual faculties. That is the reason why, in traditional Indian families, the pregnant ladies are advised to read or recite scriptures and Stotras like Bhagavad Gita, Vishnu Sahasranama, Lalita Sahasranama, Sri Rudram, etc. They give good health, serenity, and peace of the mother and the energy of the mantras during this formation stage will help the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual growth of the child in the womb and afterward also.

There are also several specific mantras in the Vedas for the welfare of the pregnant ladies and the child in the womb. Reciting or listening to them daily is considered highly auspicious.

Mantra Remedies for safety of the child in the womb during pregnancy. You must chant them throughout your pregnancy for an easy delivery and a healthy you and a healthy baby. Mantras for Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond The following five mantras have strong healing powers that will support you and your baby from the womb to the future. 1. Bija Mantra


Dum is the bija, or seed mantra, of the Durga, the powerful Hindu goddess who is known as the mother of creation. A bija mantra is a one-syllable word or sound repeated aloud or silently for its vibrational powers. Each bija mantra is believed to calm the mind and focus on a purpose or specific thought.

As the seed mantra of Durga, dum is the sound that provides protective energy. 2. Mantra for Balance and Transformation “Saa Taa Naa Maa” The “Saa Taa Naa Maa” mantra illustrates the continuous cycle of life and creation. Saa means birth, Taa means life, Naa means death, and Maa means rebirth. Chanting this mantra will balance the hemispheres of the brain and increase your instinct. It will support you through this time of transition where your ovaries fertilize and the foetus grows inside you and forms a whole living body and comes out to this world by your help. This mantra is exclusively for pregnancy and times of change. 3. Mantra for Healing and Peace “Ra Ma Da Sa Sa Say So Hung” The “Ra Ma Da Sa” mantra creates a space of healing inside and outside of your soul. It protects yourself, your baby and your surroundings. It brings peace to your mind and gives you and your child a positive aura. Be sure to visualize healing blessings surrounding you and your baby while you chant this mantra. 4. Chant the Durga Mantra Sarva Mangala Mangalye Shive Sarvartha Sadhike Saranye Trayambike Gauri Narayani Namostute

Shakti personifies herself as the “Supreme Deity” in the form of Durga, the “Great Goddess.” She morphs into numerous forms depending on her intention. She’s capable of creating, destroying, nurturing, restoring equilibrium, inspiring, protecting, empowering, and evoking fertility (just to name a few).

Since she pretty much handles it all, evoking Durga in her signature mantra is an incredibly effective way to tap into your inner Shakti and reveal what you really need.

Regular chanting of this powerful mantra can bring forth strength, wisdom, and prosperity. This mantra can ignite your Shakti and calm your mind. Allow Durga to bestow upon you what you need and remove what you don’t.

5. Mantra for the Feminine Power “Adi Shakti, Adi Shakti, Adi Shakti, Namo Namo...” The “Adi Shakti” Mantra kindles the power of your creative force. It prepares you for your childbirth and throughout pregnancy. By chanting this mantra repetitively, you will connect to the maximum exposition of motherhood. Chant Every Day Mantras lead to positive thinking that has the power to aid your baby’s growth an

d development. Mantras silence the mind and open the heart, creating harmonious conditions for both mother and child. Even from inside the womb, your baby can hear you and would love the sound of your voice.

Chanting mantras will give your baby bliss of hearing his or her mother’s voice. A good mantra can do wonders, so keep chanting them every day during your pregnancy. It is the best way to welcome a new soul to this world!

If you are pregnant or planning for pregnancy, must watch this beautiful talk in Hindi with English subtitles by BK Sister Shivani & Dr. Nitika Sobti :

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