Featured Easwaran Article
What Do Children Need?
Easwaran describes the most important gifts we can give to our children and teenagers – gifts which will improve all our relationships.
Easwaran's Teachings on Children & Family
Bringing Our Children Up Wisely
Easwaran describes three stages in the upbringing of children. He explains what we can do to help them grow up to be secure and selfless.
The Aims of Education
In this audio talk, Easwaran comments on the aims of education according to the ancient Indian tradition: to gain peace of mind, to live in harmony with others, and to live in harmony with our environment.
The Power of the Mantram
Easwaran explains how he came to use a mantram, overcoming his skepticism and discovering its power. He explains what a mantram is and how to use it.
Featured Easwaran Video
The Gift of Time
In this 10-minute video, Easwaran gives tips on the best way to entertain children – by slowing down and working with them.
More Stories From the BMCM Community
The Difference the Mantram Makes
Myron shares how the mantram and meditation have helped him to transform his agitation at a family gathering.
Working With Children & the Eight Points
Stephanie shares how she integrates all the eight points into her classroom at a Montessori preschool.
Coming Home: Rediscovering Easwaran and Passage Meditation
Sara shares how she first learned about Easwaran and passage meditation as a child, and then embraced it herself as a young adult.
Ideas & Inspiration for Sharing the Mantram
Resources for Using the Mantram With Children
The mantram is one of the most valuable gifts you can give your children – at any age! This page has everything you need to share a mantram practice.Learn More
Featured Passage for Meditation
Discourse on Good Will
This is an ideal passage to read aloud or memorize with children. It includes the wish that all beings should be “filled with joy and peace.”
Program: In-Person Weekend for Passage Meditator Parents & Children
Family Two-Day Program
This program will give you ideas, inspiration, and enjoyable satsang for deepening your practice of the eight points with your family. Passage meditator parents and their children ages 0–18 are welcome.Learn more