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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. From internationally renowned yoga teacher Gurmukh comes a book on pregnancy unlike any other. Bountiful, Beautiful, Blissful is a treasury of wisdom, information, and inspiration for pregnancy and motherhood based on the spiritual and physical practices of Kundalini yoga, which Gurmukh has taught for the last thirty years.
With illustrated, step-by-step instructions, she t From internationally renowned yoga teacher Gurmukh comes a book on pregnancy unlike any other. With illustrated, step-by-step instructions, she teaches time-tested techniques, meditations, and exercises that will help you physically, mentally, and spiritually.
In the timeless way that women have passed down wisdom surrounding birth and emnarazo rearing to one another for centuries, Gurmukh weaves folk stories and contemporary testimonials into a program designed to help you get profound results in the shortest possible time.
The sections in this book cover each trimester of pregnancy as well as delivery and life with the baby. In her wise, gentle, and comforting voice, Gurmukh suggests meditations, exercises, and yoga positions to respond to the various needs of expectant and new mothers as you undergo dramatic body changes. Gurmukh also helps you explore and, when necessary, heal your own history and unconscious attitudes about pregnancy, birth, and parenting.
In Bountiful, Beautiful, Blissful, Gurmukh gives you all the tools you need to have a healthy and happy pregnancy yiga increasing your connection to your partner and building compassion and prosperity.
The ancient practices of yoga can lead you back to your own power as a woman, capable of more than you ever dreamed. All you need is a belief in the possibility of change and a commitment of as little as three minutes a day. Gurmukh has helped thousands of women and their families find fulfillment through the healing movements and meditations of Kundalini yogaand she can help you, too!
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Jun 23, Lauren rated it really liked it. I used this as a text book for a prenatal yoga training I just completed.
Gurmukh opens the book with a powerful story of her own journey, and her experience of why prenatal health is so important. The book follows the weeks and trimesters, sharing several Kundalini kriyas for prenatal and building a yoga practice for the rest of one’s life. Dec 01, Ensley rated it it was amazing. I wish I could give this book 10 stars. Gurmukh has the most gentle, non-judgmental, and loving perspective from her own motherhood journey and years of working with pregnant mamas.
Aug 21, Kate Bukowski rated it it was ok. A good book to read, especially if you are on a kundalini yoga path. At times you feel you are being pushed down a path of natural birthing, and home birthing and there is a premiss that as the author had a bad time in the 60s with obstetricians that all Obs are bad and will totally disempower you. I don’t think this is true at all. The book also focuses on the man woman relationship a lot and does not once mention there are other ways of having a baby.
Even What to Expect does now. The exercises A good book to read, especially if you are on a kundalini yoga path. The exercises through the book are wushy washy and based on Yogi Bajan’s yoga style, I don’t know where they come from or if there is any evidence that they work. They will make yyou feel elevated and give you toned arms though! Mar 21, Pink rated it really liked it Shelves: Finally decided to read third tri section as I’m already past first and second tri and those sections were a snore to try to get through at this point.
Third tri was a short and easy read. Her spirituality is a little out there and hard to follow but her main encouragement is uplifting and affirming. Wish I had started reading earlier had I realized the book was broken up into trimesters. I’m enjoying the part on after birth as well. Missed the oxytocin high bond she talks about after birth with Finally decided to read third tri section as I’m already past first and second tri and those sections were a snore to try to get through at this point.
Missed the oxytocin high bond she talks about after birth with my second as I was so tired I handed him off shortly after birth. I can still see the missing bond today and can’t wait to treasure those moments with my third. Aug 29, Andrea Paterson rated it liked it Shelves: I recently started a prenatal yoga class and got this book as a companion to the class so I can do some yoga and mediation at home as well.
Looks great so far, but I’m not very far into it. Having come to the end of this book I found that it offered some wonderful encouragement, but the sheer quantity of meditations that it asks you to try make it overwhelming. I would recommend picking out one or two meditations that really resonate with you and stick to them.
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You would need to devote your entir I recently started a prenatal yoga class and got this book as a companion to the class so I can do some yoga and mediation at home as well. You would need to devote your entire life to meditating if you wanted to practise everything described. Aside from meditation there is some great advice and some very uplifting and encouraging stories here.
Mar 16, Carrie Auwarter rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s probably best gurmu,h you can get your hands on this book early into your pregnancy I didn’t hear about the book until around the end of kjalsa second trimester The only It’s probably best if you can get your hands on this book early into your pregnancy The only issue I had with the book itself was that while she obviously recommends yoga during your pregnancy, there were no suggested yoga poses, just lots of meditations.
But still, I definitely recommend this book!
Jul 30, Renee rated it it was amazing. Beautiful book full of timeless wisdom and insight that empowers expecting ladies in a very positive manner.
It focuses on strengthening your mind, body and spirit for birthing the way it has been for eons. Gurmukh offers a gentle and refreshing approach to the fear based medical model of modern times.
Simple exercises and meditations are offered at the end of each chapter to help recreate one’s daily practice. It pairs very well with the author’s prenatal yoga DVD. As a Kundalini yogi, I wish I Beautiful book full of timeless wisdom and insight that empowers expecting ladies in a very positive manner. As a Kundalini yogi, I wish I had gotten the book earlier on my journey. Apr 06, Angela rated it really liked it. Great to understand that pregnancy isn’t just a whole heap of changes in the body physically but also hormonally and emotionally, and Gurmukh guides us in how to embrace all those changes with grace, sensitivity and acceptance.
Great to read when you think you might be the only one on an emotional roller coaster during your pregnancy. Great hoga partners to read as well to be able to relate and take care of us. A superb gift from my friend Ali. Feb 19, Heather rated it liked it. So I just discovered this sitting on my shelf.
I had received it from someone who was moving last summer and wanted to clear her bookshelves. Then I forgot about it and when Fmbarazo went to ksur my bookshelves: A pretty light read. The meditations and yoga are nice to try. And also, my arms hurt from doing so. It’s broken up into the trimesters of pregnancy with pertinent meditations for each stage.
It’s a book I’ll keep around because sometimes I’m just in a hippie mood. Sep 09, Lori rated it it was amazing Shelves: An easy yet empowering read. I enjoyed reading it during this pregnancy as much as I enjoyed reading Our Babies, Ourselves by Meredith Small, which was the best book I read while pregnant embaraxo first time around. I do not do yoga, but still I appreciate the messages and meditations offered in this book. Another winner from Aunt Michelle, who is quickly becoming the guru of all pregnancy and motherhood reads.
Apr 09, Kim rated it liked it. This book is a little over-the-top Kundalini for me Kundalini being a rather religious-extreme branch of yogabut has some lovely stories and offers some good meditations and poses for pregnancy and labor-prep.
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Also, the foreword is by Cindy Crawford, who apparently had two homebirths–who knew? Aug 11, Angie McCloskey rated it it was ok. Nor would I make that request of him.
I dig the au natural vibe in general though- and the body beautiful message. Apr 05, Irma Yavno rated it it was amazing.