We as a whole need our children to succeed

Success means many things to various individuals. By and large, it alludes to acknowledging success and getting positive outcomes. The success of an individual relies upon many elements. However, research proposes that successful individuals’ adolescents share a few common attributes.

Celebrated Astro Strategist cum Business Astrologer™ Hirav Shah says, “You are the parent of an in youngster her teenagers or mid-twenties. As far as you might be concerned, your young lady (or kid) is a simple youngster, genuinely in the full sprout of youth, yet guiltless of the types of behavior that most people will accept as normal. In any case, your youngster has an alternate assessment of herself-she thinks she is able, experienced, and sure.

Hirav adds, “You are both terrified and invigorated by the climate of your kid’s appearances. Check out the astonishing exhibit of data accessible today, mostly due to the web. However, there is a clouded side to this innovation. It is normal for a parent to stress over the thing that is spilling from the PCs and mobiles of a kid. Children can’t deal with the torrential slide of openness, and we are very much aware of the impacts of a lot of screen time on their psychological, physical, and passionate states. This is the original form, for positive or negative, by the web and its contributions.

It was such a ton less complex on your occasions. Some time ago, TV also gave the vast majority of the data, amusement, and some dreadful stuff. Yet, channels were restricted, and most houses had just a single TV. Thus, your folks made some simpler memories controlling your admittance to the world. Yet, circumstances are different, and there is little you can do to stop the tide.

Yet, are these occasions, and this age, novel? Are the difficulties and chances of the current youth, the purported ‘Gen Z,’ novel to this age?

Not so unique!

Hirav Shah explains, “Religion, honesty, and memory will all lessen continuously. Abundance alone will be viewed as the indication of a man’s quality. People will live respectively due to shallow fascination. The religion of individuals will be generally agnostic. One cunning with words will be viewed as a researcher. One who doesn’t bring in cash won’t be approached in a serious way.”

“How did you deal with a guarantee that your kid gets great numbers in her significant tests? You contributed intensely, as far as cash as well as on schedule, exertion, consolation, and passionate help. With these endeavors, both yours and your kids, she did well in her tests. All we request from you is a little part of that work, and success will be yours. It is about need; on the off chance that you take a stab at getting great numbers, you will presumably get it, despite the fact that there is no assurance. On the off chance that you take a stab at getting within the right, and on the off chance that you track down the right side, you will succeed. We ensure that.

No shortcuts

Hirav explains, “So if the ancients could predict the problem, do they have a remedy to offer? Yes, of course. Do not worry; you do not have to learn Sanskrit to find the answers. In any case, merely learning Sanskrit will not enable you to understand divine texts. We have the answers, and my beloved Gurudev, Sri Maharaj Ji, has provided the most simple and effective remedy. But that alone will not solve the problem.

What did you do to ensure that your child gets good numbers in her important exams? You invested heavily, not just in terms of money but also in time, effort, encouragement, and emotional support. With these efforts, both yours and your child’s, she did well in her exams. All we ask of you is a small fraction of that effort, and success will be yours. It is all about priority; if you work hard at getting good numbers, you will probably get it, although there is no guarantee. If you work hard at getting the inside right, and if you find the right guide, you will succeed. We guarantee that.”

So, when do we start?

Hirav Shah says, “In the famous dialogue between the saint Prahalad and the asura children, they asked-What is the right age for starting this journey? He replied- the Kumar age, which is from six to twelve years. If you, as a parent, have already encouraged your child from that age, then you are lucky and worthy of praise. If you have not, then with each passing day, you are depriving your child of proper nourishment at the right time. There is a time for everything. If you plant a sapling, there is an appropriate time to water it. It will not do if you pour a lot of water afterward. The older the child gets, the more difficult it is to shape views and perceptions.”

Hirav concludes by saying, “Yet, nothing is lost. You must make a beginning, someday. That you are reading this proves you are concerned for your child and looking for answers. Waste no time; seek a genuine spiritual guide, and together, you will walk toward light, truth, and happiness.

The bottom line is that parenting is crucial! We can decide how to raise a happy and successful child. When we adopt science-based approaches to parenting, we can make a huge positive difference in our children’s lives.