Giten on Children and Spiritual Parenting

Giten on Children
and Spiritual Parenting
Giten, age 3, contemplates life during dinner
 
“A child comes from God, a child
 
is a gift from God, but a child is
 
not our possession.
 
Give the child unconditional love
 
and freedom. Respect the child,
 
the child has its own soul. The
 
child has its own way.
 
– Swami Dhyan Giten
“Give the child a taste of
meditation by creating a climate
and atmosphere of love
acceptance and silence.”

“The most precious gift that you

can give to the child is

unconditional love and

acceptance, which

allows the child to discover his

own inner being, his authentic

self, his own freedom

to be himself.”

 

 

“A small child is like

an open sky. The name of the

child can either be expansive or

limiting. It can either create an

expansion or contraction of

being.”

-Swami Dhyan Giten

 

Giten, age 2, is having an exstatic Sufi moment,
Sufi’s are the mad people of God

 

“The mother is the child’s first

relationship, his whole world,

his existence.

 

If there is love in the

relationship between the Child

and the mother, the child learns

to trust himself, to trust others

and to trust life.

 

If there is no love in the

relationship between

the mother and the child, the

child learns to distrust himself,

to distrust others and to distrust

life.”

– Swami Dhyan Giten

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