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Science And Spirituality In The Womb

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

In this program a substantial part of the Vedic Knowledge is supported by what science also has to say.Much of the work has been contributed by Bruce Lipton and Gregg Braden who have tried to bridge science and spirituality. Hence, this program appeals to a logical intellectual mind which sees the immense potential of the vedic knowledge offered in the programme. 
We appreciate and acknowledge their contribution in this field.

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Break The Myth Of Heredity


EPIGENETICS
Changes in our human consciousness can bring in a profound change in the human body.
Genes can be activated and deactivated by the environment inside the body and outside our body. Here we need to understand that every perception in us is what decides the environment we are in.
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Relationship Issues ?

 

Revolutionary Life Solutions.

 

Interactive Workshop Experiential & transformational in all dimensions

Deeply transformational with importance given to completion-’Poornatvam’ in the couple
Understanding motherhood the second dimension of the Divine Feminine Consciousness and the need for conscious parenting
Enriching relationships towards a stable family – creating a home and not a house . The relationship between the husband and wife is deeply strengthened and this extends to cover the immediate warm circle also.

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The Post Partum Blues, A Forgotten Terminology

When the levels of oxytocin in the mother are high there is a significant drop in the post- delivery depression – scientific article

Oxytocin & post- partum depression

Plasma Oxytocin Concentration during Pregnancy is associated with Development of Postpartum Depression – A study

Postpartum depression (PPD) affects up to 19% of all women after parturition.

To our knowledge, this is the first study to show an association between prepartum plasma OXT concentration and postpartum symptoms of PPD in humans.

Assuming a causal relationship, enhancing OXT release during pregnancy could serve as a potential target in prepartum PPD prevention, and help to minimize adverse effects of PPD on the mother–child relationship.

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Is Birth A Birth?

The Ultimate Knowledge

yadi yonyāṁ pramuñcāmi sāṅkhyaṁ yogaṁ samāśraye asubhakṣayakartāraṁ phalamuktipradāyakam
yadi yonyāṁ pramuñcāmi taṁ prapadye maheśvaraṁ asubhakṣayakartāraṁ phalamuktipradāyakam ||

“When I come out of this womb, I will take refuge in Sānkhya Yoga, which destroys misery and yields liberation; when I get out of this womb, I will take refuge in Maheśvara (Shiva), who destroys misery and grants liberation.”

~ garbhopaniṣad (4)

AKASHIC READINGS — BIRTH (PART 1)

AKASHIC READINGS — DEATH (PART 1)

Pregnancy Concerns Answers From Our Experts

Questionnaire for Pregnancy Care Programme

Q:Age of Mother: 30/35 years very late to conceive (Either for first time or subsequent pregnancy)?
A: No – upto 35 years of Maternal age is fine though fertility peak is between 22 to 28 years of age.
Q:What is the ideal period spacing between two pregnancies?
A: Minimum of two years to a maximum of 4 to 5 years is ideal spacing.
Q:Is it necessary to undergo medical examination (for both partners) before planning pregnancy?
A: It is ideal if both partners undergo clinical examination to obtain optimal outcome during pregnancy, birthing and post-natal period.
Q:If already on oral pill, what is the ideal duration between stopping medication and planning conception?
A: It can be as early as the next cycle itself.

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Parenting Through Pregnancy

Learn The Language Of Your Baby

As we are deeply concerned about the root patterns affecting the baby till the age of 6 yrs when the child is actually able to analyse situations, it becomes important to protect and safeguard the child. In their unawareness the parents very often instil a root pattern into the child which remains with the child as an incompletion. Incompletion is a hangover of the past improper cognition about ourselves  which comes in the way of us relating with life in the present. It dictates every action of ours.

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Stress In Pregnancy

Stress In Pregnancy And Effect On The Baby’s Brain Development

Psychoneuroendocrinology. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2011 January 1.
Published in final edited form as:
Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2010 January; 35(1): 141–153.
doi: 10.1016/j.psyneuen.2009.07.010
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High pregnancy anxiety during mid-gestation is associated with decreased gray matter density in 6-9 year-old children
This is the first prospective study to show that a specific temporal pattern of pregnancy anxiety is related to specific changes in brain morphology. Altered gray matter volume in brain regions affected by prenatal maternal anxiety may render the developing individual more vulnerable to neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders as well as cognitive and intellectual impairment.