We call this prenatal cognition, it puts the mother in tune with nature and guarantees a positive development of the pregnancy.”
When asked about people’s interest in these types of techniques in the UK, as well as how the trend is evolving, Darshna gives me a subtle discontented look, but immediately adopts her characteristic positive and inspiring tone. “Unlike what happens in America, in the UK most holistic practices are not yet legally allowed in hospitals. However, this is slowly changing, as people are increasingly aware of the benefits of this traditional knowledge, and even many midwives recommend it. Many people are still reluctant to anything that sounds ‘spiritual’, but then privately admit their interest in knowing more,” she reveals. “In any case, it depends on each person. If a woman is completely sure that she prefers to go to a hospital for medical assistance, or the conditions of her pregnancy require it, that is the most convenient thing to do, of course.”
Darshna, who began training in Ayurveda techniques 10 years ago, connecting it with fertility and gestation three years later, opened her school of emotional and spiritual assistance for pregnant women in 2019. It is very clear Darshna is an expert, and her effortless eloquence makes it easy to understand what initially seemed rather complex. By combining Ayurvedic knowledge, Kundalini, meditation and quantum theory she established her KMRT® method, which stands for Kundalini Magnetic Resonance Therapy. “I believe in this special alchemy that makes us transform with energy the world around us and bring it to specific things,” she says with a smile.