How to inculcate good sanskārs in children ?

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How to inculcate good sanskārs in children ?
Sanskār (Subconscious impression) is multiplication of virtues and division of defects. Creating sanskārs means inculcating good habits and eliminating bad ones. This Holy text elucidates how good sanskars can be created in children.
Children love to imitate; so, without your knowledge, the child copies your walk, talk, laughter, temper, every little action. This is precisely why parents need to monitor themselves constantly to ensure that their actions, speech and thoughts are good. Sanskār itself is sādhanā. One should use the ladder of sanskārs to progress spiritually and help others through example. Sanskārs are mainly made on the mind. They increase the sāttvik (Sattva-predominant) state of the mind by increasing the Sattva component in it. This book details various sanskars that can be inculcated in children throughout their life.
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No of pages 92
Height 21cm
Width 14cm
Depth 0.50cm
Compilers Doctor & Vaidyacharya H. H. Vasant B Athavale M.D., D.C.H., F.A.M.S., Dr Kamlesh V Athavale M.D., D.N.B., M.N.A.M.S; F.A.A.P. (USA)
Year of publication 2015
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-93-85575-95-2
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