In the early days of pregnancy, anxiety, sluggishness, vomiting, nausea, ignoring food and wanting to sleep are common symptoms for a woman. But, coming out of it all, keeping life engaged in activities solves many problems and brings wonderful benefits to the unborn child.
In today’s modern age, many pregnant women knit sweaters, socks or scarfs for their baby, which is a good thing. But now in the age of WhatsApp, Facebook and Instagram, such activities are slowly disappearing. We also have other ways to stay busy. Because of this, sometimes we get the sweet confusion that which activities do we have to follow that has the best positive effects on the baby.
Art & Craft is a great activity during pregnancy. To create a finely tuned artistic composition, a great deal of concentration is required. The direct benefit of which comes from an extra form of concentration energy in the unborn baby.
Every woman has different hobbies like painting, embroidery, making of the best from the West, glass painting, pot making, mehndi, making wall-pieces. If there is nothing to do or if the task seems difficult, then by trying to learn and completing the task at hand, one gains satisfaction with the development of intelligence. This has a direct effect on the psyche of the unborn infant.
Here we do not worry about whether I will get a job done or not, whether the work taken will be completed, or the work is too difficult, so do not take it at hand. The purpose of working here is not to prove anything to anyone or to put the work in exhibition. We have to do this because the work done with concentration and hard work gives us self-satisfaction and pleasure, and it has positive and gentle effect on the unborn infant.
Yes, concentration can be developed in the baby even after birth, but it takes a lot of hard work. When efforts are made during pregnancy, the mother can intuitively give the baby a gift of this feature. In many children, concentration is good from an early age, or intuitive mastery in one area. We refer to it as “preborn characteristics”. It is the understanding and power given by the mother to the fetus. Perhaps the theme behind the adage of the phrase “One Mother has the power of 100 teachers” is probably the same.
Article Written By:
Jayshree Hardik Upadhyay
Garbh Sanskar Coach and Counselor
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