Are you looking for a philosophy to live by that can help guide the children or young adults in your life as they grow up? If so, then the seven universal principles may be perfect for you! There are seven universal principles that provide a strong foundation for us all and are based on the idea that there are natural laws that are always at play. By teaching your kids these principles, you can give them a set of guidelines that will help them feel supported even when things seemingly do not go their way. Keep reading to learn more about each principle!
The 7 Universal Principles are a set of laws that govern the universe. They were written by Tehuti, the Ancient Egyptian spiritual and intellectual master, and shared in the book The Kybalion. The principles help people better understand how the universe works and how these natural laws apply to our lives.
They are more widely known as the 7 Laws of Tehuti or 7 Universal Laws. However, when explaining this concept to young people, I find it easier to use the term principles.
These principles guide people on their path towards spiritual enlightenment, but also provide practical advice for living a happy and fulfilling life.
The Universal Principles do not replace any spiritual teachings; instead, they work alongside them to further enhance your understanding of life. These laws are universal and apply to us all.
The Seven Universal Principles are:
We often think about teaching our children how to be kind, honest and respectful. With the help of these principles, we can teach our children how to make choices that are in alignment with who they are.
Teaching children how to love themselves is one of the most important things we can do as parents. These principles will help provide peace and direction while also reinforcing to children the beauty in trusting their gut feelings.
The Seven Universal Principles foster self-discovery and growth while giving children a foundation for living in harmony with themself and the universe as they grow and experience life.
By teaching children the 7 Universal Principles at an early age, they can begin to practice these principles, which will be helpful to them as they enter the adolescent and young adult stages.
It isn't always easy to get kids interested in learning things of this nature. However, there are ways you can make it engaging for them! Here are some ideas:
If you are looking for a book that will help you teach these principles to a child, my book Ivy and Kem & the Seven Universal Principles is a great resource. I wrote it to introduce kids to these concepts, and it's a great tool for helping families live by the Seven Universal Principles. The book is packed with colorful illustrations and engaging short stories to make learning these principles fun.
Order your copy of Ivy and Kem & the Seven Universal Principles today and give your child the gift of empowerment.
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