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Ask Cyndi:Do I Stick with an Angry Master Teacher?

Dear Cyndi,

I recently had some energy work done by a Master Teacher and was sure I had found my path but after working closely with this individual and experiencing first hand his volatile angry temper and moods I am wondering if this can be a truly transformative path for me with that much paranoia and anger attached to the energy transmissions. Or is this somehow a separate energy from his outbursts.?

Hi Marysia;

I have some strong opinions on this topic…

The time of the wounded healer is over.  An unhealthy person does not have what it takes to bring a person to wholeness, a poor person can not teach another to be wealthy, and one that holds tremendous anger is not yet ready to show others how to reach enlightenment.

The answer you seek is contained within the questions you are asking – as uncomfortable as it is – you already know – I think – that it is time to consider looking in another direction.

Take some time to get really clear on what it is you are seeking at this time – and then open yourself to a teacher or teachings that embody that.

Are you looking for inner peace?  Then open to bringing someone into your life that demonstrates inner peace.

If you desire Joy – then surround yourself with joyful people.

Prosperity? Health?  Then find those who embody prosperity and health and learn from them.

My responses are usually much longer than this one – but in this case…….

With Much Joy and In Celebration of This Most Magnificent Journey

About Ask Cyndi

To learn more about me and a little bit about my motivation see…Why Ask Cyndi

The questions that I answer will be published in the ezine and an email will also be sent to the person who asked the question. I initially thought that I wouldn’t use real names in my reply – but the energy wasn’t quite right (I sit in presence with everyone I communicate with)- so unless requested otherwise I will use your first name in the response.

My plan is to publish new questions at least once a week – so check back often

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6 Responses to “Ask Cyndi:Do I Stick with an Angry Master Teacher?”

  1. Barbee says:

    Please listen to Cyndi. She is sooooo right. Run, don’t walk from this man!
    I work with a very angry man. I, also, live where I work. If I could find a better position, I would be so gone. It is my constant prayer. I’m not even responsible for what he yells at me for. I try everything. This shouldn’t be a stressful job, but I feel so much stress, that sometimes I feel like I am going to explode.
    Your liveyhood, material or spiritual, is not involved here.
    Hope that you will let everyone know that you have escaped this man’s anger. It would make me feel wonderful.
    Blessings

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  2. Stephen says:

    Unfortunately for a long time in the personal development arena has existed the notion that people teach best what they most need to learn. This is a fallacious proposition and should be changed to people teach best what they most needed to learn. This would weed out all the charlatans particularly in the spiritual sphere who to all intents are dysfunctional. Dan Millman in one of his books states that people must embody what they teach and teach what they embody.

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  3. Fred says:

    Do what is right for yourself but do it in a spirit of forgiveness. In the end you will achieve what is your justified right.

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  4. Carla says:

    Anger is only and ever about self, and judgment. Thus, it is one of the first things a person needs to release on their spiritual journey – or they are simply not seeing the world through the eyes of Spirit. If you are looking in the eyes of angry person you are probably not looking at a Master.
    Generally, I agree with Cyndi’s comments – with the exception…no one can make another whole. To take that a step further, we are all, already whole. We came for the experience of forgetting then rediscovering our wholeness. The best way I know to rediscover your own wholeness is to do positive things, share with positive people, be positive in your perception and projections.

    Remember…
    There is one master in your life. Own it! ~ ~ ~ I AM

    Shine on ~
    Carla

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  5. Leila says:

    If a teacher is getting angry at the student I would say the teacher has some kind of expectation that’s not being met. The kind of teaching I like is when the teacher is having fun being a better teacher than they were last lesson rather than looking for some improvement in their pupil. Other people see things so differently from us that you’re lucky if they understand you on some level! Great question and answer. Thanks for the post.

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  6. Luvena says:

    Hi Marysia,

    By taking one’s self away from a teacher-student relationship, we can realize that out of the boundaries of a traditional teacher-student scenario, we are all here to learn from each other. A so called ‘teacher’ generally has the vantage point of being older / wiser / simply more ‘aware’. However, I am of the understanding that while we can consciously ‘judge’ and ‘label’ this master’s anger and outbursts as ‘toxic’ or what we do not need, the fact is that YOU are in his scope of fire not for his benefit to be a better teacher, but for your own benefit to learn from that experience and MOVE ON.

    It is quite possible, that one of your ‘soul-lessons’ is something to do with anger / reacting to anger – you’ll know this if you look back on past experiences. If there have been quite a few issues on anger & surrounding angry situations, it is quite likely this is the case. Whether the teacher changes or not is irrelevant – whether YOU find your SELF as being above the reaction to the petty, illusion of anger and move on is the challenge.

    Also, surrounding yourself with people who are already peaceful, has its pros & cons. If you are already peaceful in their company, what is there to learn? The learning is to find peace in the company of aggravation. That would be your own ‘self-discovery’. Once your frequency rises to be able to demonstrate yourself in peace, other peaceful & like-minded teachers, friends, souls will all gravitate towards you!

    Again, I feel that this ‘trying’ and ‘difficult’ teacher, is very much in your life to teach you in the most trying & difficult ways some awesome & pertinent lesson after which you will progress on your path and probably find other teachers to learn other lessons of life from.

    Lots of love, light & gratitude,
    Luvena

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