Yogi Bhajan gave hundreds of teachings about parenting, child development, and even spoke directly to teenagers at the children's camp he offered each summer. Topics include nutrition, sleep, discipline and communication among many others.

Notable Lectures

Gurdwara - The Cycle Of Age

Yogi Bhajan talks about the stages and progression of life. To pass the Dharma on to children is to give them infinity.

WPR Youth Meeting

Children must build themselves for the day when they can face the world. Each one can be responsible to build a tomorrow in community with others.

Talk to Teens

A person begins life with a certain amount of energy. Young people have miles ahead to cover; the question is whether they take the chance to get the maximum mileage out of life.

Talk to Teens

Young people must decide how to spend their time and energy. "Energy is there; you are leading, but going to wrong direction. Instead of you going to you, you are trying to form gangs."

Gurdwara - To Indian Sikh Children at Khalsa School (In English)

"If as Sikh children you will not understand the science and art of excellence you will be defeated in life, you will be desperate, you will be depressed, and you will be miserable."

SSS To Youth

Yogi Bhajan expresses disappointment in the spiritual state of the children he lectures. He welcomes questions about what it means to be a Sikh.

Teens: Questions + Answers to Teens at Summer Solstice

In a question and answer session, Yogi Bhajan talks about how to face life spiritually as a young adult.

Gurdwara - Roswell, NM - NMMI

"Three things my children you must do: be together, get together, and act together. Nothing on this planet can stop you from success."

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