No, not me! I'm not a teacher and I don't play one on tv. This is a guest article by Jennifer at the Bushido Code Club.
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Being a teacher
Being a teacher means more than just teaching others things you already know.
Being a teacher actually means showing someone his own ability to learn, reminding him of what he might forgot already. Reminding him his own power.
Teaching someone especially when it comes to spiritual teaching and in the end everything is spiritual is all about showing someone his own strengths, I even like to think about it sometimes as the art of showing someone else he is a master too but has forgotten about it.
When you show someone else his divinity he would stop at nothing, no training would be too hard and no other person would be able to stop him from growing. In a sense a good teacher functions like a channel, a clear one, a channel between the personality of a person and the way he thinks of himself and his eternal self. Being the master is just being able to show people who they really are.
They are masters too and if the master is true to himself and his calling all is needed in many cases is the presence of the student for the miracle to happen.
It is more than inspiration it is the ability to look at the master and see yourself as you can be as you once have been and when you see yourself in the master you'll never think of yourself as week, powerless or unworthy again.
Written by Jenifer from the Bushido Code Club blog at www.bushidocodeclub.com/blogs