Garbh Sanskaar - Healing the Baby in the Womb...Spiritually
20 November 2019 - Brahmkumaris, Udaipur
Udaipur based RK Hospital, in association with Brahmkumaris of Mount Abu, is organising a social awareness program at Udaipur, directed toward pregnant women.
The program, titled "Divine Mother Baby" (Garbh Sanskaar) calls for participation from pregnant women, their spouse and Doctors. This program will highlight the potential areas of care for pregnant women and guide their spouse and Doctors towards providing the best possible care and medication for pregnant women.
Following areas of care will be highlighted at the event:
The event will feature Dr. Shubhda Neel (MD, DNB, DGO, DFP Mumbai) - National Coordinator, Divine Mother Baby (Garbh Sanskaar). Dr Shubhda is a recognised specialist on Garbh Sanskaar and a practicing Gynaecologist.She has been associated with Brahmkumaris for over 7 years now and is also a Yoga specialist. She will be the key specialist on the panel and will speak for 90 minutes on Garbh Sanskaar.
Also present during the event will be Dr Guneet Monga Bhargava, Head of Department at Pacific University. Dr Guneet is also a certified Yoga trainer and will speak on Pre and post delivery Yoga.
Participation at the event is Free, but pre-registration is mandatory.
The event will be held on 20 November 2019 between 3PM till 5PM at BRAHMKUMARIS - DADI PRAKASHMANI AUDITORIUM, Moti Magri Scheme, Nr Hindustan Zinc Hospital. Registrations can be confirmed by calling +91 72300 99334.
Garbh Sanskaar has its orgins from Hindu Traditions and is a Sanskrit term. Garbh means the foetus in the womb and Sanskar means educating the mind. In essence Garbh Sanskaar means educating the mind of the foetus while it is developing. It is traditionally believed that the mind of the child starts to develop while in the womb, hence positive signals and the state of mind of the mother play an important role in influencing the mental and behavioural pattern of the child. This concept is traceable in the science of Ayurveda. Scientific evidence proves that the baby in the womb listens and responds to external stimuli. Hence it is relevant to the development of the child.