Updated: Feb 17
Darshna Parmar is the founder and teacher of The Conscious Womb Birthing School. An integrated teaching model of holistic, physiological and soul practices. Bringing forth the epigenetics and sexuality of birth in her courses for birthing professionals.
Her vision and passion for safe birth with dignity for mothers and babies is now coming into fruition. Here she shares her knowledge and awareness of ancient practices which new modern-day research is beginning to recognise and promote.
RASA is the Sanskrit word for the essence and experience of a human being.
It translates through physiology as immunity and can be verified through the eyes, skin and the nature of digested nutrients in the blood. It holds the experience of love on all levels of consciousness. Mind, body and spirit. It is derived from Ayurvedic and yogic philosophies. These ancient texts date back over 5000 years ago. Sushruta who is identified as the father of surgery wrote ancient texts on surgery and medicine called the Sushruta Samhita. He had knowledge of early designed surgical instruments, pregnancy and mode of birth.
These philosophies hold much value today and integrate beautifully into modern-day medicine, holistic practices and quantum physics. It places high regard on the emotional body within someone. A somatic response to autonomy. Teaching that great care can be realised when procreation is considered. The potency of life is within the seed of man and woman. The pregnant woman is considered a goddess and must be treated as such — like a precious oil, without spilling a drop. Therefore she is held in high esteem. As she is creation herself. Doing God's work.
During pregnancy, this fine essence of immunity rasa is being passed through the emotional channels called 'rasa vaha nadi’s' (energy pathways in the human body received a