Vijaylaxmi K. Shindhe, Dhiraj J. Trivedi
Vijaylaxmi K. Shindhe1, Dhiraj J. Trivedi2*
1Principal, Bagalkota School of Nursing and Paramedical College, Bagalkota, Karnataka, India.
2*Professor, SDM College of Medical Sciences and Hospital, Dharwad, Karnataka, India.
Volume - 6,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2018
Divine Garbhasanskar (DGS) practices through music, meditation and mantra provides positivity in expected mothers. DGS is an amazing way of education towards creating bonding between mother and unborn child in the womb during pregnancy. In present study, we present a second phase of our study as the experiences of DGS practices by antenatal mother after training. We found more than 58% ANC mothers were aware of DGS but, none were practicing. Only 8% mothers know about positive effect of music and 3% know about communication with unborn child. The experience of ANC mother as response to music by fetus increased gradually from first trimester to 3rd trimester. The response to touch was felt remarkable in 3rd trimester. Touch response was experienced positively with increasing frequency as gestation age advanced. Whereas experienced of communication in 1st trimester was minimum, which gradually increased and reached at its highest in 3rd trimester. Outcome of present study suggest there is behavioural change in the fetus as response to music, touch and verbal communication. This can be better experienced and communicated by ANC mother after DGS training. Thus DGS training creates bonding between mother and fetus and develops positivity and enjoyable pregnancy experience.
Cite this article:
Vijaylaxmi K. Shindhe, Dhiraj J. Trivedi. Experience of Divine Garbhasanskar practice expressed by Antenatal Mothers of North West Karnataka after imparting training during First Trimester. Int. J. of Advances in Nur. Management. 2018; 6(2): 130-134. doi: 10.5958/2454-2652.2018.00030.6