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Quotes on parenting from Abraham Hicks December 7, 2010

Posted by Bruce Mulkey in Parenting.
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“The Greatest Gift To Give To A Child: Your children came forth pure and eager and knowing that all is well, to try to remind those who have come before them of something that they have forgotten. And so, that’s why the generation gap will always be there. These bright young beings come forth feeling invincible, and their parents, who are not feeling so invincible, spend most of their life, teaching them to feel less and less invincible. And we say, how backwards is that? You’re wanting your children to be empowered. Self-empowered. That is the greatest gift that a parent can give to a child!”

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“The most important thing that you can teach your children is that Well-being abounds. And that Well-being is naturally flowing to them. And that if they will relax and reach for thoughts that feel good, and do their best to appreciate, then they will be less likely to keep the Well-being away, and more likely to allow it to flow into their experience. Teach them the art of allowing.”

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“Only through love can you return anyone to love. You cannot restore someone to their Connection with Source by belittling them or by punishing them, or by being disgusted with them. It is only through love that you can return anyone to love.”

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“Oh, it is so delicious! When you have an environment where children feel free, where they get to choose, and you are brave enough to ride it out… In other words, at first they’ll choose all of the things that you have been convinced are wrong… But when you are brave enough to let it go far enough that they actually do identify their own personal desire, and then you stand as the loving implementer of their desire — you would never go back to any other form. The other never worked. It doesn’t work even a little bit. It doesn’t work at all. Not even a little bit.”

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“Child of mine, I will never do for you that which I know you can do for yourself. I will never rob you of an opportunity to show yourself your ability and talent. I will see you at all times as the capable, effective, powerful creator that you’ve come forth to be. And I will stand back as your most avid cheerleading section. But I will not do for you that which you have intended to do for yourself. Anything you need from me, ask. I’m always here to compliment or assist. I am here to encourage your growth, not to justify my experience through you.”

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1. Jana - December 7, 2010

Nice! Those are some great quotes! 🙂


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