How will you teach your children?

Written by Christy Whitman September 1, 2011

Many people that are interested in the Universal laws also feel that “As much as I have benefited from living these spiritual laws, I wish I had learned them years ago. The value of such principles as giving, having no resistance, and trusting in the universe to fulfill my desires seems obvious now, but it was not at first. It was a struggle to break the destructive habits that I grew up with. AS a parent I don’t want my own children to learn the same bad habits and later have to go through the same pain of having to change. How can I make sure this does not happen?”
 
Now more than ever, in this age of confusion, there is an urgent need for parents to take on the role of spiritual teachers to their children. A lot of families don’t attend church on a regular basis, if at all. If a critical mass of our children are raised to practice the universal laws, our whole civilization will be transformed. Our teenagers would be happy instead of suicidal. They would be empowered instead of bullying others.
 
The deepest desire in a parent’s heart is to see one’s child achieve success in life, yet how many of us realize that the most direct way to success is through spirit?
 
Our responsibility as parents is therefore to place our children firmly on the journey of spirit. This is the best thing we can do to ensure their success in life, better than giving them money, a secure home, or even love and affection. When we practice spiritual laws, we put ourselves in harmony with nature. Any other way of living leads to strain and struggle.
 
The earlier someone is taught how to live in the most effortless, harmonious and creative way, the more likely it is that all of life will bring success. This is what we are asked to pass on to our children, and if we can do it, nothing brings more joy and pride.
 

We need to teach our children that everything is possible. You can start teaching this at a very early age.

In our house we created a “Wish Jar” with our children. Every morning we think of something that we would like to create or experience in our life. We have our children put that thought or intention into the jar. Our son, Alexander (2 years and 3 months) will commonly ask to see a firetruck or an excavator. Whenever he sees one he then says “My wish came true.” The wish jar is a great way to teach your children that they have the power to choose what they want to create in their experience. Once they have manifested what they intended, reinforce to them how powerful they are as a creator. And help them celebrate by telling them, “Your wish came true.”

 
You will then be teaching and reinforcing that everything is possible with your children.

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