/Being Sensei


For me, as a teacher, I have accepted a responsibility to guide my student on his or her journey of learning.? As teacher I am also student, open to learning, open to new ideas, new feelings.

In our journey together, the student learns as much from my words as from my actions.? Together we expand our individual worlds and our share universal existence.

In Japanese, the word for teacher is Sensei and is written in two characters.? The second character, sei, means life.? The first character, sen, means that which comes before.? Thus a teacher is someone with prior life experience.? Sensei shares learned capacity.

Here?s a brief discussion about Being Sensei:

By |2017-06-12T11:48:05+00:00September 25th, 2016|Cheryl Marlene|Comments Off on Being Sensei

About the Author:

Cheryl Marlene, Spiritual Guide in and beyond the Akashic Records, is the author of several award-winning books on the Akashic Records and the spiritual journey, and offers the most intensive path of learning in the Akashic Records called the Sage Path. With more than 20 years of experience with the Akashic Records, Cheryl offers a profound perspective which elegantly describes the spiritual energy dynamics of the Akashic Records as the soul's spiritual practice. Cheryl works with clients and students around the world and is highly regarded for her clarity, integrity and compassion.