Monday, 25 August 2014

Garbh Sanskar : Health Concern about pregnant women & her baby !!

Garbh Sanskar : Health Concern about pregnant women & her baby:-

Eating habits for a pregnant woman:

It is important for a would-be mother to eat well. Make sure she should get necessary nutrients for herself and her developing baby.  The diet must have needed vitamins and minerals, iron etc. Need a few more calories during pregnancy as well. Limit junk food, as it has lots of calories with few or no nutrients. Would be parent should follow the recommended diet as suggested by the Health care professional. A healthy diet intake is vital for a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby. A balance diet can help to correct hormone imbalances that may affect ability to conceive. There are certain foods that may lower the fertility.
Source of healthy food ingredients: 
  • For Calcium, protein and Vitamin B-12: Milk and dairy products like Buttermilk, skimmed milk, yogurt-curd, cottage cheese. These products in combination with sea fish and sea salt or iodised salt are good sources of iodine. These are recommended while pregnancy as helps in baby's mind body development. Here the Doctor’s advice about what to eat is a must.
  • For balanced protein diet: Food combinations having Whole grains, Cereals, nuts, pulses and dals.
  • Vitamins, minerals and fibre: Vegetables and fruits. Drink lots of fluids, especially water and fresh fruit juices. Make sure you drink clean boiled or filtered water.
  • Fat:  Vegetable oils are best because these contain more unsaturated fat which are a healthy ingredient.

Diet quantity during pregnancy:

A normal pregnant woman can naturally absorb the needed energy & nutrients from her balanced diet. Your
health consultant can recommend what calorie count best suits you during pregnancy period as per your BMI. Your own appetite is the best indication of how much food you need to eat and you may find it fluctuating during the course of your pregnancy. Eat smaller but more frequent meals throughout the day. This is particularly useful if you are suffering from sickness, food aversions, acidity, or indigestion after eating then it is always helpful to have small frequent meals. Logic is that Even if you're not hungry, chances are your baby is, so try to eat every four hours.

Avoidable food during pregnancy:

There are certain types of food which make our blood impure and are the cause of abortion. Choice of wrong food will leave wrong impact on the developing fetus. There are few common things that we know. Like, taking clear butter with equal amount of honey will make poison. There are several food combinations that are not good for mother and the fetus. For example, Green leafy vegetables and milk are good to have separately. But they are very harmful when consumed together. Wrong food habits will always lead us to health problems. Lot of skin problems occur because of the wrong combination of food.
Avoid Dairy products made with unpasteurized milk like cottage cheese preparations, tikkas and raw paneer sandwiches. If not fresh then they aren't safe to eat during pregnancy. They are more likely to contain bacteria that may cause food poisoning. Advice from doctor and an antenatal / garbh sanskar consultant.

 Supplements during pregnancy:

A vitamin and mineral supplement may be a good idea to help you get all the vitamins and minerals you need.  This helps when you are facing nutrient deficiency due to insufficient balance diet during pregnancy. Pregnant woman must consult with her doctor and antenatal / garbh sanskar consultant about diet if she is a strict vegetarian; have diseases like gestational diabetes, anemia or have a history of low-birth weight babies. In these cases you may need extra vitamins and minerals, or you might have to eat a special diet.
For eg., Folic acid as a supplement may recommend by your doctor and antenatal / garbh sanskar consultant.
Caution: Very high doses of vitamins and minerals could be harmful to your baby. Always check them with your doctor and antenatal / garbh sanskar consultant before taking any medicines or tablets.

Dieting during pregnancy:

Dieting during pregnancy is not suggestive during pregnancy time. Avoiding recommended diet can deficit iron, folic acid or other important vitamins and minerals in would-be mother’s body which may harm her and fetus. Optimum weight gain is one of the most positive signs of a healthy pregnancy. Women who eat well as per diet plan are more likely to have healthy babies.

Weight gain during pregnancy:

Weight gain varies among women. Need is to focus on taking a healthy diet having carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables, reasonable amounts of protein, milk and dairy foods, and just a little of fats and sugars.
Pregnant woman may gain the least weight during the first trimester. Weight should then steadily rise throughout the second trimester, and may put on the most weight throughout the third trimester, when fetus is growing the most. If you are overweight or underweight, your doctor and antenatal / garbh sanskar consultant may advise a special diet. A woman needs to maintain 17 to 20% of her body weight as fat in order to menstruate and ovulate regularly. Being either underweight or overweight can affect a woman’s fertility.

Note: It is equally important to take advise from a Antenatal consultant or a Health-care provider before coming to any conclusion.

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Saturday, 23 August 2014

Garbh Sanskar : Importance of Pranyam and Its Benefits !!

Garbh Sanskar : Importance of Pranyam and Its Benefits:

Pranayama has the capacity of freeing the mind from untruthfulness, ignorance and all other painful and unpleasant experiences of the body and mind; and when the mind becomes clean it becomes easy for the Sadhaka to concentrate on the desired object and it becomes possible for him to progress further in the direction of Dhyana and Samadhi.
By Yog asanas, we remove the distortions and disabilities of the physical body and bring it into discipline.
However Pranayama influences the subtle and the physical bodies in a greater measure than Yogsanas do and that too in a perceptible manner. In the human body, lungs, heart and brain hold very important positions and they depend on each other heavily for their health.
Physically, Pranayam appears to be a systematic exercise of respiration, which makes the lungs stronger, improves blood circulation, makes the man healthier and bestows upon him the boon of a long life. Physiology teaches us that the air (Prana) we breathe in fills our lungs, spreads in the entire body, providing it with essential form the body, take them to the heart and then to the lungs, which throws the useless material like carbon dioxide out of the body through the act of exhalation. If this action of the respiratory system is done regularly and efficiently, lungs become stronger and blood becomes pure.
However, most of the people do not have the habit of breathing deeply with the result that only one-fourth part of the lungs is brought into action and 75 percent remains idle. Like the honeycomb, lungs are made of about 73 million cells, comparable to a sponge in their making. On normal breathing, to which we all are accustomed, only about 20 million pores in the lungs get oxygen, whereas remaining 53 million pores remain deprived of the benefit, with the result that they get contaminated by several diseases like tuberculosis, respiratory diseases and several ailments like coughing, bronchitis etc.
In this way, the inefficient functioning of the lungs affects the process of blood purification. Heart weakens because of this with a constant possibility of untimely death. It is for this reason that the importance of Pranayama has come to be recognised, for a healthy long life. Several diseases can be averted by regular practice of Pranayama.Hence, it is obvious that the knowledge of the science of Pranayama and its regular practice enables a man to lead a healthy and long life. It is for this reason that in several Hindu religious rites, Pranayama is found to have been introduced as an essential element.
Mental disturbances like excitement, anxiety, fear, anger, disappointment, lust for sex (lasciviousness) and other mental perversions can be calmed down by regular practice of Pranayama. Besides, Pranayama practice improves the functions of the brain cells with the result that memory and the faculty of discrimination and observation improves, making it easy for the Sadhaka to perform concentration and meditation.
Another benefit of Pranayama is that by its regular practice, habit of deep breathing is developed which results in several health benefits. It is said that the nature determines our life span on the basis of the number of respirations we do. Man gets the next birth in accordance with his karmas (deeds) done in the present life.
Our karmas (deeds) result in the formation of certain tendencies, which determine the nature of our next birth either as humans or as animals of various categories. A man, who regularly performs Pranayama, is required to take lesser number of breaths and therefore lives longer.
Some rules for Pranayam:
•Select a clean and peaceful place for doing Pranayama. If possible, choose a place near a clean pond or river.
•As there is a lot of pollution in the cities, some kind of incense can be lit like Guggulu and purified butter, to create a clean environment at that place, igniting a lamp with purified butter only, can also serve the purpose.
•Sit either in any of the Asanas, viz. Padmasana, Sidhasana or Vajrasana, which ever you find convenient. The sheet or cloth (cotton or wool etc.) on which you sit must be a non-conductor of electricity.
•Breathe only through the nose, because by doing so the air which you take in, is filtered. During daytime when you are not sitting for the performance of Pranayama make it a habit to do respire only through nose and not through mouth. Nasal respiration keeps the temperature of the Nadis (Vessels) -'Ida',Pingala and 'susmana' even. It also prevents foreign and harmful objects from getting into lungs.
•Like 'Yog', Pranayama should also be performed four or five hours after taking food. In the morning Pranayama should be done after finishing daily routine acts like cleansing mouth, emptying of bowels etc., it should also be done before Yogsana. In the beginning Pranayama should be done for five or ten minutes gradually the time may be increased up to about 1/2 or 1 hour. Maintain a specific number of repetitions and do not variate. Maintain a specific rhythm. If it is not possible to clean the bowels by morning, at night take some mild laxative like terminalia chebula (Indian Hardaya) or any other mild laxative (a non habit forming medicinal herb having a laxative effect). Kapala-bhati Pranayama, if done regularly for a few days will help in curing constipation.
•Keep your mind calm and composed. However, Pranayama can also calm down the disturbed mind and keep one happy.
•Methods of Pranayama may be varied according to the seasons and your own physical make up and mental attitude. Keep this in mind and modulate the method accordingly. Some Pranayama increase the body temperature, whereas, some bring it down. Some Pranayama maintain the temperature at the normal level.
•If you feel fatigued in the course of doing Pranayama , rest for sometime and then begin deep breathing, which will remove the fatigue.
•Pregnant women, hungry persons, persons suffering from fever and those who are lustful having no control on their passions should not do Pranayama . If you are sick, keep in mind the instructions to be followed by sick persons while during Pranayama.
•For prolonged exercises of Pranayama, observance of celibacy is necessary. Besides, food should be simple not containing irritating spices. It should be 'Sattvika' - (Plain and simple, non-spicy food). Use of cow's milk, ghee (clarified butter), fruits and green vegetables can be said to be ideal food. Moderation also is a good rule to observe.
•Do not strain yourself while doing 'Kumbhak' i.e. retaining the breathed air inside or keeping the air out after exhaling (Breathing in is called 'puraka', retaining the breathed air in is called 'Kumbhak' and exhaling the air is called 'Recak').
•Pranayama does not mean just breathing in, keeping the breathed air in and exhaling it. It also means establishing control on the entire breathing process, and maintaining mental equilibrium, and concentration of mind.
•It is beneficial to chant the mantra (a group of words that carry vibrations and energy) Om (the first cosmic soundless sound), aloud and repeat the same several times before doing Pranayama. Even recital of sacred songs in the praise of almighty God or recital of some sacred hymns may be beneficial. This will calm your mind and make you fit for Pranayama, because a peaceful mind is very essential while doing Pranayama . Mental or loud recitation of Gayatri Mantra (considered as one of the greatest mantra, used in meditation and also for chanting) or any other sacred hymn brings spiritual benefits to the Sadhaka.
•See that while doing Pranayama , none of your organs such as mouth, eyes, nose, etc. feels any strain and it should be done gradually without any undue stress or strain. All the organs of the body should be kept in normal condition. While doing Pranayama sit in an erect posture. Keep your spine and neck straight. This is essential for reaping the full benefit of Pranayama .
•If possible Pranayama should be done after your usual morning functions like cleansing of mouth, evacuation of bowels, bathing etc. However, if it becomes necessary for you to take bath after Pranayama , keep an interval of about 15 to 20 minutes between Pranayama and bathing. For acquiring proficiency in Pranayama do not depend on books or what is done and preached by others. Seek the guidance of an expert and do Pranayama under his direct supervision.
•Different treatise advocating or dealing with the subject of Pranayama describe several methods and each of them has its own importance. However, it is not possible for most people to do all these exercises daily. Hence, with the blessings of our teachers and in view of our experience, we have evolved seven methods of Pranayama , which incorporate into themselves, almost all the peculiarities of Pranayama rendering them scientific and useful from a spiritual point of view. All these seven types of Pranayama can be done, as a routine and in a time bound programme of about 20 minutes. The person who does these exercises daily and regularly can attain following benefits which are briefly described as under:
•All the three Doshas (Humors) - Vata , pitta and Kapha get adjusted in proper proportion and abnormalities in them are removed.
•Digestive system improves and diseases pertaining to digestive organs are cured.
•Diseases pertaining to lungs, heart and brain are also cured.
•Obesity, Diabetes, Cholesterol, Constipation, Flatulence, Acidity, Respiratory troubles, Allergy, Migraine, High blood pressure, diseases pertaining to kidneys, sexual disorders of males and females etc. are also cured.
•Resistance against diseases is stepped up. Immunity develops.
•Hereditary diseases like diabetes and heart disease are can be avoided.
•Falling of hair or its premature graying, appearance of wrinkles on face or other parts of the body at young age, diminution of eye sight, forgetfulness, etc. are relieved and process of aging is retarded.
•Face becomes bright, luminous and calm.
•Energy Chakra are cleansed and enables the practitioner to awaken the Kundalini.
•Mind becomes stable and tranquil. A sense of contentment and enthusiasm or zeal develops. Conditions like depression are relieved.
•Performance of yogic exercises like meditation will be easy.
•All the diseases of the physical and etheric bodies will be cured. Freedom from negative and harmful mental conditions like anger, lasciviousness, greed for money, arrogance etc. will be achieved.
•All the physical and mental disorders and abnormalities are cured and toxins eradicated from the body.
•Freedom from negative thinking is achieved and the mind develops the habit of positive and constructive thinking.

Anuloma pranayama :
Anuloma Prāṇāyāma is one of several Pranayama or breath exercises used in the practice of Hatha yoga.
Similar to the practice of Nadi Shodhana (commonly called alternate nostril breathing and known in some circles as Anuloma Viloma): Anuloma involves inhaling through both nostrils together and exhaling alternately between the left and right nostrils. The thumb of the right hand is used to manipulate the right nostril, while the pinky and ring finger are used to control the left nostril. Inverted Anuloma breath is called Pratiloma and involves inhaling through alternating nostrils and exhaling through both together. The practice of a kumbhaka or retention is encouraged as students advance at the practice; first at the end of the inhale and eventually the end of the exhale.
When practiced as Saṃa Vṛtti the inhalation, retention and exhalation are all of equal duration. More advanced students may employ Viṣaṃa Vṛtti or uneven breath, using ratios such as 1:4:2. According to many traditions this is not recommended for beginners or anyone practicing without the guidance of an experienced teacher.

Nadi-Shodhan Pranayama :
Nadi means channel and refers to the energy pathways through which prana flows. Shodhana means cleansing -- so Nadi Shodhana means channel cleaning.
Pranayama is Practice only after purifying Nadis. Nadis can be purified by practicing ANULOM-VILOM Pranayama. A common learner must begin the practice of Pranayama with Anulom-vilom. Being simple in nature, even common people also easily practice Anulomvilom Pranayama. It is a kind of Nadi Shodhana, or the sweet breath, is simple form of alternate nostril breathing suitable for beginning and advanced students.
Purification of  Nadis        
Sit down in Padmasana or Siddhasana. Close your right nostril with your right hands thumb and inhale through left nostril as long as you can easily inhale.
When your lungs are full, close both the nostrils and hold the breath for some time. Then slowly exhale through the right nostril closing the left (use your ring and little finger). Thereafter close your left nostril and inhale through the right nostril and then closing both the nostril holds the breath in your body and ultimately exhale the breath through your left nostril. Thus you finish one cycle of veins purifying Pranayama. Practice three or four Avartanas/cycle daily and increase this practice slowly. Once practiced well, practice this Pranayama in the ratio of 1:2:2, That is inhale for four seconds;  hold the breath for eight seconds and then exhale the breath in eight seconds. Increase this ratio slowly upto a ratio of 5:20:10.
Benefits -     
It's an excellent method to perform Pranayama that does away with the lung’s diseases.
Through this Pranayama, the blood gets an increased amount of life giving oxygen that thoroughly cleans and purifies it, calms the mind, soothes anxiety and stress, balances left and right hemispheres, promotes clear thinking . It also purifies the Arteries and veins, through which the blood flows in the body.

Ujjayi breath :
Ujjayi breathing is a breath technique employed in a variety of Taoist and Yoga practices. In relation to Yoga, it is sometimes called "the ocean breath".
Unlike some other forms of pranayama, the ujjayi breath is typically done in association with asana practice.
Ujjayi is a diaphragmatic breath, which first fills the lower belly (activating the first and second chakras), rises to the lower rib cage (the third and fourth chakras), and finally moves into the upper chest and throat.
Inhalation and exhalation are both done through the nose. The "ocean sound" is created by moving the glottis as air passes in and out. As the throat passage is narrowed so, too, is the airway, the passage of air through which creates a "rushing" sound. The length and speed of the breath is controlled by the diaphragm, the strengthening of which is, in part, the purpose of ujjayi. The inhalations and exhalations are equal in duration, and are controlled in a manner that causes no distress to the practitioner.
According to Tirumalai Krishnamacharya, who taught the creators of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Iyengar Yoga and others, Ujjayi Pranayama is a balancing and calming breath which increases oxygenation and builds internal body heat. The Hawaiian yoga teacher Wai Lana says Ujjayi Pranayama "tones the lungs and encourages the free and healthy flow of prana", while helping to regulate blood pressure and bringing oxygen to all parts of the lungs."
Ujjayi breathing may be used continuously throughout Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, and is frequently used in Power Yoga and Vinyasa, or Flow Yoga. This breath enables the practitioner to maintain a rhythm to his or her practice, take in enough oxygen, and helps build energy to maintain practice, while clearing toxins out of the bodily system. This breath is especially important during transition into and out of asanas (postures), as it helps practitioners to stay present, self-aware and grounded in the practice, which lends it a meditative quality.
Ujjayi, sometimes referred to as "cobra breathing", is also a helpful way for the yogi or yogini to keep the vital life force, prana, circulating throughout the body rather than escaping from it. Ujjayi is said to be similar to the breathing of a new-born baby before the prana begins to flow out into the world's attractions.

Bhastrika (Not prescribed for Pregnant women) :
Bhastrika is one of the most important pranayamas. It is a very mysterious pranayama and not much is known about it. However, many believe that it is a combination of Kapalbhati & Anulom Vilom pranyamas. It is a breathing technique where breathing is forcible and through the nose, with equal time for inhalation and exhalation.Bhastrika Pranayama is aimed at keeping the inhalation cycle equal to exhalation, yet making breath deeper and longer. Deep breath inwards and long exhalation outwords with equal time intervals constitutes this pranayama technique.

Kapalabhati (Not prescribed for pregnant women):
Kapalabhati is an important part of Shatkarma, the yogic system of body cleansing techniques. The word kapalbhati is made up of two words: kapal meaning  'skull' (here skull includes all the organs in and under the skull too) and bhati meaning 'shining, illuminating.' Due to the process, the organs in and under the skull mainly the brain, small brain and any of the spaces inside the head that are connected to the back of the nose (sinus) are influenced in a good manner. Hence the word is used in that way. It is intended mainly for cleaning the cranial sinuses but has many other effects including curing anemia, according to the Gherand Samhita and other sources. The Technique of Kapalabhati involves short and strong forceful exhalations and inhalation happens  automatically.
There are three forms of Kapalabhati:
- Vatakrama kapalabhati, a practice similar to Bhastrika, a technique of Pranayama, except that exhalation is active while inhalation is passive, the opposite of normal breathing.
- Vyutkrama kapalabhati, a practice similar to Jala neti, it involves sniffing water through the nostrils and letting it flow down into the mouth and then spitting it out.
- Sheetkrama kapalabhati, can be considered the reverse of Vyutkrama kapalabhati, in which water is taken through the mouth and then expelled through the nose.

Basic Bhramari
Sit comfortably and allow your eyes to close. Take a breath or two to settle in and notice the state of your mind. When you’re ready, inhale and then, for  the entire length of your exhalation, make a low- to medium-pitched humming sound in the throat. Notice how the sound waves gently vibrate your tongue,
teeth, and sinuses. Imagine the sound is vibrating your entire brain (it really is). Do this practice for six rounds of breath and then, keeping your eyes closed, return to your normal breathing. Notice if anything has changed.
Silent Bhramari
Once again, settle in for a breath or two to prepare. Now do six more cycles of basic bhramari. After your sixth round, switch to silent bhramari, in which you imagine making the buzzing sound on each exhalation. Do for six rounds. Notice whether you can still sense vibrations in your face and sinuses.
Bhramari with Shanmukhi Mudra
Sit up straight and place your hands on your face with one thumb on each tragus, the index fingers lightly touching the inner corners of your eyes, the middle fingers on the sides of the nose, the ring fingers above the lips, and the pinkies just below. Be sure to place only very light pressure on the eyeballs. Do six more rounds of low- to medium-pitched bhramari, lower your hands, and notice the effects. If you suffer from anxiety, depression, or claustrophobia, you may not enjoy shanmukhi mudra and should probably skip it.
When you make a sound, it literally vibrates from the top of your head down to the tips of your toes, whether you can sense it or not. Different pitches vibrate at different frequencies. Bass notes and other low-pitched sounds vibrate slowly, whereas high-pitched sounds vibrate quickly, some at thousands of times per second.
Benifits :
Where the sound resonates—as well as the energetic effects of different pitches and volumes—can suggest which variations of bhramari will most likely help in specific situations.
•Insomnia. A quiet, low-pitched sound, perhaps with the addition of shanmukhi mudra, could be soothing to the nervous system and mind.
•Sinus infection or nasal congestion. A more forceful medium- to high-pitched sound might be a better choice to open the passageways.
•Thyroid problems. Try a medium-pitched sound and add jalandhara bandha (chin lock) to direct the sound waves to the throat.
•Stressed out. Use the silent variation, at work or in public, so no one around you knows what you’re doing.

Sitali and Sitkari
Two cooling pranayamas—sitali and sitkari—soothe emotions and quell a pitta imbalance, especially in the summer heat.
Are you irritated by the summer heat? Flushed with anger? Plagued by hot flashes? Long ago, the yogis discovered a cooling pranayama practice that can soothe you in the time it takes to drink a glass of water.
Deep in the Himalayas, ancient sages observed and imitated the world around them in the noble attempt to master body, breath, and mind. They noticed the curve of a bird’s lower beak, a new green leaf uncurling, and the hiss of a cobra—and emulated those shapes and sounds in a practice called sitali (the cooling breath). In this pranayama, the inhalation is moistened as it passes through the curl of the tongue (alternately described as a bird’s beak and an uncurling leaf), so that you are “drinking” water-saturated air.
Sitali cools the body, adds moisture to the system, and soothes a pitta imbalance.
Besides building breath awareness, this practice is said to calm hunger and thirst and cultivate a love for solitude. Sitali also cools the body, adds moisture to the system, and, in the parlance of ayurveda, soothes a pitta imbalance, which is common in the summer months. In addition, this practice reduces fatigue, bad breath, fevers, and high blood pressure.
How To Practice Sitali
•Sit in a comfortable position with the head, neck, and spine in alignment.
•Close your eyes, breathe diaphragmatically for several minutes, then open the mouth and form the lips into an “O.”
•Curl the tongue lengthwise and project it out of the mouth (about 3/4 of an inch).
•Inhale deeply across the tongue and into the mouth as if drinking through a straw.
•Focus your attention on the cooling sensation of the breath as the abdomen and lower ribs expand.
•Withdraw the tongue and close the mouth, exhaling completely through the nostrils.
Continue doing sitali for 2 to 3 minutes, return to diaphragmatic breathing for several more, and repeat the cooling breath for 2 to 3 minutes longer.
Gradually you can work your way up to a 10-minute practice.

Can’t Curl Your Tongue? Try Sitkari
•Sit comfortably with your eyes closed.
•Gently press your lower and upper teeth together and separate your lips as much as you comfortably can, so your teeth are exposed to the air.
•Inhale slowly through the gaps in the teeth and focus on the hissing sound of the breath.
•Close the mouth and slowly exhale through the nose.
Repeat up to 20 times. This practice is called sitkari. According to the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, in addition to its cooling effects, sitkari balances the endocrine system and builds vitality.

Cautions for Sitali and Sitkari :
Because sitali and sitkari reduce body temperature, they are best practiced during hot weather or after a vigorous asana or heating pranayama practice (like bhastrika).
If you have a vata or kapha constitution, sitali and sitkari may not be appropriate during wintertime. But no matter when you practice, be sure to take in air that is close to body temperature, since the breath won’t be warmed by the nostrils—if the air is cold, it may aggravate the lungs.

Cautions while doing pranayam :
Many yoga teachers recommend that Prāṇāyāma techniques be practiced with care, and that advanced prāṇāyāma techniques should be practiced under the guidance of a teacher. For example, people with low blood pressure must perform it cautiously or may even have to avoid it. On the other hand pranayama may be helpful for someone with high blood pressure as the practice has been shown to lower resting blood pressure and heart rate. These cautions are also made in traditional Hindu literature. Pregnant women may have to forgo pranayama.

Exercises which incorporate the Valsalva maneuver, a moderately forceful attempt to exhale against a closed airway, usually done by closing one's mouth, pinching one's nose shut while pressing out as if blowing up a balloon, have been medically associated in emergency room practice with subcutaneous emphysema, development of pockets of air in the body outside the lungs, for example under the skin or in the abdomen.  

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Thursday, 14 August 2014

Significance of Vedic Yantras !!

Significance of Vedic Yantras :- 

Among the sacred symbols compiled / designed by the Vedic Rishis, Yantras are predominantly regarded as
devices for devotional sadhanas. These are used as tools for mental concentration and meditation. Keeping specific Yantra in specific direction in the home and worshiping it and concentrating upon it is said to have distinct auspicious effects. 

A Mantra is the generator of specific currents of sublime sound and its perceivable manifestation, a Yantra is a monogram  a spectrograph, of this sonic energy. In terms of their spiritual effects, Yantras are like schematic sketches of the contours or structures of divine energy fields. 

Use of Yantras as the object of sadhana enables focused use of specific currents of cosmic energy. Incidentally, the Sanskrit word for machines, instruments or technological devices is also "yantra". 

The Vedic Yantras are also attributed in the scriptures as source of beneficial results in short time. These are like super machines having components as syllables, symbols and geometric figures that encode cosmic energy currents. 

According to Sanskrit Grammar, the word "Yantra" is derived from the conjugation of the verb "yam" with suffix "tra" or with the verb "trana". Both ways its implied meaning is similar to that of Mantra and Tantra; viz, the protector and liberator (from all sorrows) of the sincere devotee.

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Gayatri-Vedic-Mahamantra - Divine Shakti !!

Gayatri-Vedic-Mahamantra represents the Supreme Spiritual Spirit which empower the devotee with the power, energy, strength, knowledge etc. The grace of Divine Mantra Shakti showers boons of strength, peace, wisdom and prosperity.

Those aspiring to become devotees of Shakti will have to focus themselves to panchopchar pujan (five-fold worship) of Mahashakti, which manifest as 

(1) physical power, 

(2) mental power, 

(3) emotional power, 

(4) financial power and

(5) spiritual power. 

Earning and righteous use of these powers leads to happy and healthy life. 

Lets understand the nine words of Gayatri-Mahamantra: 

|| ॐ भूर्भुवः स्वः तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि धियो योनः प्रचोदयात् ||

हे परमात्मा ! हम सबको सद्बुद्धि दें, उज्जवल भविष्य के मार्ग पर आगे बढायें
उस प्राणस्वरूप, दुःखनाशक, सुखस्वरूप, श्रेष्ठ, तेजस्वी, पापनाशक, देवस्वरूप परमात्मा को हम अपनी अंतःकरण में धारण करें. वह परमात्मा हमारी बुद्धि को सन्मार्ग में प्रेरित करे.

|| AUM bhoor-bhuvah svah tat-savitur-varenyam 

bhargo devasya dheemahi dhiyo yo nah prachodayaat ||

(1) Tat  It is the symbol of God; a Sadhak can realize It through faith and devotion. 

(2) Savitur - Savita is the fountainhead of Shakti; one can acquire Its grace through focussed sadhana. 

(3) Varenyam  The Most Dignified. 

(4) Bhargo  Effulgent like Sun, the destroyer of sins; we should resolve not to commit sins. 

(5) Devasya  This is a symbol of Divinity; we should cultivate divine virtues within ourselves. 

(6) Dhimahi  The capability of overpowering vices and imbibing virtues. 

(7) Dhiyo  Illumined intelligence; augments wisdom, thoughtfulness, decision-making ability, etc. 

(8) Yonah - This is a symbol of divine blessings; we should learn to properly use them. 
(9) Prachodayat  Prayer for Divine Grace; may Mother Gayatri inspire us to adopt righteous living. 

ॐ (AUM) - The Supreme Consciousness, The Source, Promordial Sonic Consciousness

भूर्भुवः (Bhoor-Bhuvah)- Embodies and protects Vital Spiritual energies & Eliminates the Sufferings.

स्वः (Svah) - Embodies Happiness

तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यं (Tat Savitur Varenyam) - Bright Self luminous brilliant Source like Sun that is fountainhead of creative life giving spiritual energy. Best selection of most excellent virtues that are most befitting to human consciousness.

भर्गो (Bhargo) - Destroyer of weakness, defects, flaws, fragility, imperfection, ineffectiveness, and intrinsic impressions (Sanskars).

देवस्य (Devasya)- Divine Virtues and Strengths imbibing the joy of giving.

धीमहि (Dheemahi) - Receive, meditate, bear, saturate our intellect.

धियो (Dhiyo) - Intellect or the inner faculty of wisdom and reasoning which is key to self transformation and unleashing of full potential.

योनः (Yo Nah)- Who, The Supreme Consciousness; Ours - All inclusive, no exclusions.

प्रचोदयात् (Pracho-dayaat) - Propel our intellect on Divine path to unfold spiritual potentiality and enlightenment.

It is a prayer to the Almighty Supreme God, the Creator of entire cosmos, the essence of our life existence, who removes all our pains and sufferings and grants happiness. His divine grace to imbibe within us His Divinity and Brilliance which may purify us and guide our righteous wisdom on the divine path. 

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Monday, 11 August 2014

गायत्री महाविज्ञान अनुभूत प्रयोग - दूसरो को प्रभावित करना एवं रक्षा-कवच !!

दूसरो को प्रभावित करना --
            जो व्यक्ति अपने प्रतिकूल है उन्हें अनुकूल बनाने के लिये,उपेक्षा करने वालो में प्रेम उत्पन्न करने के लिये गायत्री द्दारा आकर्षण क्रिया की जा सकती  है। वशीकरण तो घोर तांत्रिक क्रिया द्दारा ही होता है, पर चुम्बकीय आकर्षण , जिससे किसी  व्यक्ति का मन अपनी ओर सदभावनापूर्वक आकर्षित हो, गायत्री की दक्षिण मार्गी इस योग-साधना से हो सकता है।
      गायत्री मन्त्र का जप तीन प्रणव लगाकर करना चाहिये की अपनी त्रिकुटी (मस्तिष्क के मध्य भाग) में से एक नील वर्ण विघुत-तेज की रस्सी जैसी शक्ति निकलकर उस व्यक्ति तक पहुचती है,जिसे आपको आकर्षित करना है और उसके चारों ओर अनेक लपेट  मारकर लिपट जाती है। इस प्रकार लिपटा हुआ व्यक्ति अर्द्धतंद्रित अवस्था में धीरे-धीरे खिंचता चला आता है और  अनुकूलता  की प्रसन्न मुद्रा उसके चेहरे पर छाई हुई होती है। आकर्षण के लिये यह ध्यान बड़ा प्रभावशाली है ।
किसी के मन में , मस्तिष्क में से उसके अनुचित विचार हटाकर उचित विचार भरने हो, तो ऐसा करना चाहिए कि शान्तचित्त  होकर उस व्यक्ति को अखिल नील आकाश में अकेला सोता हुआ ध्यान करे और भावना करे कि उसके कुविचारो को हटाकर आप उसके मन में सद्विचार भर रहे है। इस ध्यान-साधना के समय अपना शरीर भी बिलकुल शिथिल और नील वस्त्र से ढका होना चाहिए  ।

 रक्षा-कवच --
            किसी शुभ दिन उपवास रखकर केशर ,कस्तूरी, जायफल, जावित्री,गोरोचन इन पाँच चीजो के मिश्रण की स्याही बनाकर अनार की कलम से पाँच प्रणव संयुक्त गायत्री मंत्र बिना पालिश किये हुए कागज या भोज-पत्र पर लिखना चहिये। कवच चाँदी के ताबीज में बंद करके जिस किसी को धारण कराया जाए , उसकी सब प्रकार की रक्षा करता है। रोग, अकाल , मृत्यु ,शत्रु,चोर,हानि,बुरे दिन,कलह,भय,राज्य दण्ड,भुत-प्रेत ,अभिचार आदि से यह कवच रक्षा करता है। इसके प्रताप और प्रभाव से शारीरिक ,आर्थिक और मानसिक सुख साधनों में वृद्धी होती है।
          काँसे की थाली में उपर्युक्त प्रकार से गायत्री मन्त्र लिखकर उसे प्रसव-कष्ट से पीड़ित प्रसूता को दिखाया जाय और फिर पानी में घोलकर उसे पिला दिया जाय तो कष्ट दूर होकर सुख-पूर्वक  शीघ्र प्रसव हो जाता है।

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Saturday, 9 August 2014

गायत्री महाविज्ञान अनुभूत प्रयोग - दरिद्रता का नाश, शत्रुता का संहार एवं भूत-बाधा की शान्ति !!

दरिद्रता   का  नाश--
           दरिद्रता , हानि, ऋण,बेकारी, साधनहीनता, वस्तुओ का अभाव, कम आमदनी, बढा  हुआ खर्च, कोई रुका हुआ आवश्यक  कार्य आदि की व्यर्थ चिन्ता से मुक्ति दिलाने में गायत्री साधना बड़ी  सहायक सिद्ध होती है। उससे ऐसी मनोभूमि तैयार हो जाती है, जो वर्तमान अर्थ-चक्र से निकलकर साधक को सन्तोषजनक स्थिति पर पंहुचा दे।
         दरिद्रता -नाश के लिये गायत्री की 'श्री' शक्ति की उपासना करनी चहिये। मन्त्र  के आरंभ तथा अन्त में तीन - तीन बार 'श्रीं'  बीज का सम्पुट लगाना चहिये।  साधना काल के लिए पीत वस्त्र ,पीले पुष्प ,पीला यज्ञोपवित ,पीला तिलक, पीला आसन प्रयोग करना चाहिये । शरीर पर शुक्रवार को हल्दी मिले हुए तेल की मालिश करनी चाहिये और रविवार को उपवास करना चाहिये। पीताम्बर धारी , हाथी पर चढ़ी  हुई गायत्री का ध्यान करना चाहिये । पीतवर्ण लक्ष्मी का प्रतीक है, भोजन में पीली चीज़े प्रधान रूप से लेनी चाहिये। इस प्रकार की साधना से धन की वृद्धि और दरिद्रता का नाश होता है।

शत्रुता का संहार ---
            द्देष ,कलह,मुकदमाबाजी, मनमुटाव को दूर करना और अत्याचारी , अन्यायी, अकारण आक्रमण करने वाली मनोवृति का संहार करना, आत्मा तथा समाज में शांति रखने के लिये चार 'क्लीं ' बीजमन्त्रो के सम्पुट समेत रक्त चन्दन की माला से पश्चिमाभिमुख होकर गायत्री का जप करना चाहिये । जप काल में सिर पर यज्ञ भस्म का तिलक लगाना तथा ऊन का आसन बिछाना चाहिये । लाल वस्त्र पहनकर सिंहारूढ़ ,खड़ग हस्ता, विकराल बदना, दुर्गा वेशधारी गायत्री का ध्यान करना चहिये।
      जिन व्यक्तियों का द्देष-दुर्भाव निवारण करना हो उनका नाम पीपल के पत्ते पर रक्त चन्दन की स्याही और अनार की कलम से लिखना चाहिये ।  इस पत्ते को उल्टा रखकर प्रत्येक  मन्त्र के बाद जल पात्र में से एक छोटी चम्मच भर के जल लेकर उस पत्ते पर डालना चाहिये ।  इस प्रकार १ ० ८ मन्त्र जपने चाहिये । इससे शत्रु के स्वाभाव का परिवर्तन होता है और उसकी द्देष करने वाली सामथर्य घट जाती है ।

भूत-बाधा की शान्ति --
         कुछ मनोवैज्ञानिक कारणों, सांसारिक विकृतियो तथा प्रेतात्माओ के कोप से कई बार भूत बाधा के उपद्रव होने लगते है। कोई व्यक्ति  उन्मादियों  जैसी चेष्टा करने लगता है, उसके मस्तिष्क पर किसी दूसरी आत्मा का आधिपत्य दृष्टिगोचर होता है। इसके अतिरिक्त कोई मनुष्य या पशु ऐसी विचित्र दशा का रोगी होता है, जैसा कि साधारण रोगों से नहीं होता ।  भयानक आकृतियाँ दिखाई पड़ना , अद्रश्य  मनुष्य द्दारा की जाने जैसी क्रियाओ का देखा जाना भूत बाधा के लक्षण है।
        इसके लिये गायत्री हवन सर्वश्रेष्ट है। सतोगुणी हवन सामग्री से विधिपूर्वक यज्ञ करना चाहिये और रोगी को उसके निकट बिठा लेना चाहिये ,हवन की अग्नि में तपाया हुआ जल रोगी को पिलाना चाहिये,बुझी हुई यज्ञ भस्म सुरक्षित रख लेनी चाहिये, किसी को अचानक  भूत बाधा हो तो उस यज्ञ-भस्म को ह्रदय ,ग्रीवा, मस्तक, नेत्र ,कर्ण ,मुख,नासिका आदि पर लगाना चाहिए ।

श्रेष्ठ, सुन्दर , स्वस्थ , बहुत ही बुध्दिमान, सर्वगुण सम्पन्न  व संस्कारवान संतान को जन्म देना चाहते है तो  इन youtube वीडिओ को जरूर देखें 

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Friday, 8 August 2014

गायत्री महाविज्ञान अनुभूत प्रयोग - बुद्धि -वृद्धि एवं राजकीय सफलता !!

गायत्री महाविज्ञान अनुभूत प्रयोग - बुद्धि -वृद्धि एवं राजकीय सफलता :

बुद्धि -वृद्धि --
       गायत्री प्रधानत: बुद्धि को शुद्ध ,प्रखर और समुन्नत करने वाला मन्त्र है। मन्द बुद्धि ,स्मरण शक्ति की कमी वाले इससे विशेष रूप से लाभ उठा सकते है । जो बच्चे अनुत्तीर्ण  हो जाते है ,पाठ ठीक प्रकार याद नहीं कर पाते ,उनके लिये निम्न उपासना बहुत उपयोगी है। 
        सूर्योदय के समय की प्रथम किरणे पानी से भीगे हुए मस्तक पर लगने दे । पूर्व की ओर मुख करके अधखुले नेत्रों से सूर्य का दर्शन करते हुए आरम्भ में तीन बार ॐ का उच्चारण करते हुए गायत्री का जप करे । कम से कम एक माला (१ ० ८ मन्त्र )अवश्य जपना चाहिये । पीछे हाथों की हथेली का भाग सूर्य की ओर इस प्रकार करे ,मानो आग पर ताप रहे है । इस स्थिति में बारह मन्त्र जपकर हथेलियों को आपस में रगड़ना चाहिये और उन उष्ण हाथों को मुख ,नेत्र ,नासिका ,ग्रीवा ,कर्ण ,मस्तक आदि समस्त शिरोभागो पर फिराना चाहिये । 

राजकीय सफलता --
              किसी सरकारी कार्य ,मुकदमा ,राज्य स्वीकृति ,नियुक्ति आदि में सफलता प्राप्त करने के लिये गायत्री का उपयोग किया जा सकता है । जिस समय अधिकारी के सम्मुख उपस्थित होना हो अथवा कोई आवेदन पत्र लिखना हो ,उस समय यह देखना चाहिये कि कौन-सा स्वर चल रहा है। यदि दाहिना स्वर चल रहा है तो पीतवर्ण ज्योति का मस्तिष्क में ध्यान करना चाहिये और यदि बाया स्वर चल रहा हो तो हरे रंग के प्रकाश का ध्यान करना चाहिये । मन्त्र  में सप्त व्याह्र्तिया (ॐ भू: भुव: स्व: मह: जन: तप: सत्यम ) लगाते  हुए बारह मन्त्रो का मन ही मन जप करना चाहिये । दृष्टि उस हाथ के नाख़ून पर रखनी चाहिये ,जिसका स्वर चल रहा हो । भगवती की मानसिक आराधना ,प्राथना  करते हुए राजद्दार में प्रवेश करने से सफलता मिलती है । 

श्रेष्ठ, सुन्दर , स्वस्थ , बहुत ही बुध्दिमान, सर्वगुण सम्पन्न  व संस्कारवान संतान को जन्म देना चाहते है तो  इन youtube वीडिओ को जरूर देखें 
Garbh Sanskar Video in Hindi Language   

Garbh Sanskar Video in English Language 

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Thursday, 7 August 2014

गायत्री महाविज्ञान अनुभूत प्रयोग - रोग एवं विष निवारण

गायत्री महाविज्ञान अनुभूत प्रयोग - रोग एवं विष निवारण :

रोग निवारण --
        स्वयं रोगी होने पर जिस स्थिति में भी रहना पड़े ,उसी में मन ही मन गायत्री का जाप करना चाहिये । एक मन्त्र समाप्त होने और दूसरा आरम्भ होने के बीच  में  एक "बीज मंत्र" का सम्पुट भी लगाते चलना चाहिये । सर्दी प्रधान (कफ) रोग में 'एं ' em बीज मन्त्र ,गर्मी प्रधान पित्त रोगों में 'ऐं ' aim बीज मन्त्र, अपच एवं विष तथा वात रोगों में 'हूं ' hoom बीज मन्त्र का प्रयोग करना चाहिये । निरोग होने के लिए वृषभ -वाहिनी हरित वस्त्रा गायत्री का ध्यान करना चाहिये ।    
दूसरो को निरोग करने के लिए भी इन्ही बीज मन्त्रो का और इसी ध्यान का प्रयोग करना चाहिये । रोगी के पीड़ित अंगो पर उपर्युक्त  ध्यान और जप करते हुए हाथ फेरना, जल अभिमन्त्रित करके रोगी पर मार्जन देना एवं छिडकना चाहिये । इन्ही परिस्थतियो में  तुलसी पत्र और कालीमिर्च  गंगाजल में पीसकर दवा के रूप में देना ,यह सब उपचार ऐसे है ,जो किसी भी रोग के रोगी को दिये जाए ,उसे लाभ पहुचाये बिना न रहेंगे । 

विष-निवारण --
         सर्प, बिच्छू, बर्र,ततैया ,मधुमक्खी  और जहरीले जीवों के काट लेने पर बड़ी पीड़ा होती है । साथ ही शरीर में विष फैलने से मृत्यु हो जाने की सम्भावना रहती है, इस प्रकार की घटनाये घटित होने पर गायत्री शक्ति द्दारा उपचार किया जा सकता है । 
    पीपल वृक्ष की समिधाओ से विधिवत हवन करके उसकी भस्म को सुरक्षित रख लेना चाहिये । अपनी नासिका का जो स्वर चल रहा है उसी हाथ पर थोड़ी-सी भस्म रखकर  दूसरे हाथ से उसे अभिमन्त्रित करता चले और बीच में  'हूं ' hoom बीजमन्त्र का सम्पुट लगावे  तथा रक्तवर्ण अश्र्वरुढr गायत्री का ध्यान करते हुए उस भस्म को विषैले कीड़े के काटे हुए स्थान पर दो-चार मिनट मसले । पीड़ा में जादू के समान आराम होता है । 
     सर्प के काटे हुए स्थान पर रक्त चन्दन से किये हुए हवन की भस्म मलनी चाहिये और अभिमंत्रित  करके घृत पिलाना चाहिये । पीली सरसों अभिमन्त्रित करके उसे पीसकर दशों इन्द्रियों के द्दार पर थोडा-थोडा लगा देना चाहिये । ऐसा करने से सर्प -विष दूर हो जाता है । 

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Wednesday, 6 August 2014



Normally we like to read the books of Guru Pandit Sriram Sharma acharya. We almost read each & every book published in Oriya language. And during reading of this books, we came to know how the sanskar procedures made by our ancients; make a positive effect in human life both in physical& mental level. But all these sanskars are not followed for us or by us. we husband and wife decided to follow all the sanskars to bring a divine soul to this world.
The 1st come to our mind is Garbha sanskar”.so we search for it in many books & websites and in last we came in contact with the Holy Spirit. Dr. Anand dhingra. His procedures and guidelines inspired us too much. As per his instructions the first step we move to sendhwa, Madhya prades, Gayatri dham organised by His highness pandit jee. We follow the procedures of panchakarma i.e. purification of body & mind. And then second step was online guidance with skype classes each & everything before , during , and after pregnancy.we follow all the steps and procedure in daily life guided by him through “Skype“classes before 3 months of conceive.When we prepared ourselves, he gave us a date & time for copulation and my wife conceived. We attained all the classes conducted by Dr. Anand dhingra. Finally the moment arrive that divine soul gifted to us with 3.9 kg Birth time weight with normal delivery procedure.
The time move and our baby become younger. We observed that our child is developing faster than the other child of same age in our society. The milestones we 
Observed as follows ……..
Respond to eye contact – 1 week
Sleep on his side – after 14 Days Sit independently – 3 rd months
Trying to stand -4th months
Teeth on his mouth – on 6th month
Walk with support-9th months
Independently walk- 10th month
Respond to order -12th months
Non crying Always Laughing, having no choice of food (anything we feed he eats with pleasure)
He looks fair (even his father &mother are not so)
Never went to hospital except vaccination time.His health and behavior is extremely appreciable. Now we are very much happy, bcoz the baby have no any negative attitude only one time he needs to observe to learn anything. If we try to write His progress and behavior its hard to explain because some time we surprise to see how he learn such good behaviors alone. One Example: when his father come from outside and he see this, straight away he goes to Room and bring water bottle and Give his father , without anybodies instruction.This behavior he developed in 11 months age. In such a tender age this behavior is like a miracle.
We delayed sending testimonial because we want to be a witness for the miracle of garbha sanskar procedure and after one year of observation it seems like a magic.
We are grateful to Dr. Anand Dhingra , to all members & well wishers, we came in contact through him, as they make our life peace and help us to bring a better citizen to this world.
Thanks again and again to Dr. ANAND DHINGRA. And we pray to god give him the fullest time and power to make his dedicated life & aim complete;to make the nation better.


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