For the most part, we have been taught through social engineering that teachers (in classrooms, family settings, churches, etc.) teach us and one cannot learn without them -- that one should thank and praise, or in some cases, even worship our teachers for our learning abilities and successful outcomes. There is certainly nothing wrong with this humble perspective, and indeed, we need teachers in our relative world and humble ourselves to their skills and education.
In Buddhist proverbs (Zen Kōans), the concept of a "student and teacher" is simply a metaphor. When the student is ready the teacher will appear is one from within. In our (Keema and Rob) divine wisdom, this means that when we are truly ready to learn (awaken), then we will teach ourselves to learn, regardless of the outside teachers in our relative world, for we can only awaken the student and teacher from within.
"You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself."
- Galileo Galilei 1564-1642
"We can teach you nothing" - IamEPI.com
Therefore, while we humble ourselves to the complements of our messages as teachings and the relative world of teachers and education, and recognize that without them, this website and its finding would not be possible, we do not necessarily think of ourselves as teachers. In the actual sense, we see ourselves as messengers or wayshowers delivering our divine intuitive messages that resonate for us as students and teachers from within. What you learn or what resonates or not with you, from this website and beyond, is of your journey – not ours.
In other words, ultimately we can teach you nothing only you can teach yourself, for when the student is ready the teacher will appear is one -
Nevertheless, there are those that believe not that you should or anyone else that this notion alone of giving all the acknowledgment to an outside source for our inward learning and ultimately self-teaching abilities, particularly in our divine awakening in spiritual wisdom, can be illusive, disempowering, and even cause suffering and death.
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