In today world different forms of Supraja sanskar, garbha sanskar , some thing additional to the regular ANC care have become very popular amongst the People as well as Healthcare providers .Along with Yoga , Diet and medicines, Mantra and music are an integral part of all these programmes. Mantra-shakti is proven to be very powerful for pregnant women even in this materialistic world. It creates a high vibration, a sacred sound, and a deep, loving peace for yourself and your growing baby. Chanting mantras can uplift your soul and you may feel a close connection to specific mantras during pregnancy. This process is also known as ‘Garbha Sanskar’ as per ancient Indian tradition. In Garbhini Paricharya also, our texts have advised mangal swasti vachan for the garbhini to create positivity and ward off evil forces.
Mantras generate positive energy and all the mantras have specific purposes. Chanting mantras provide peace of mind and purity at heart. Mantra is a powerful tool for peace and joy during these days of tremendous changes of pregnancy and motherhood and you must chant them throughout your pregnancy for an easy delivery and a healthy you and a healthy baby. Month wise mantras have also been described in our ancient texts. For eg. During the first month the fertilized ovum is in the liquid state and this process takes place through intercourse for the purpose of the birth of life this month is ruled by planet Venus. Hence Om Shukray Namah mantra should be chanted.
Use of mantra chanting has positive effects and calming effects on the mother and the baby. The purpose of this article is to describe the different mantras and their effects in pregnancy. using mantra in pregnancy and in birth can create a healthy mother and baby and hence Supraja .
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