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I would like a teacher
By: / Beginner
Post # 1
I would like to have a someone who could teach me pretty much any subject they choose. i would just like to learn.
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Re: I would like a teacher
Post # 2
Raven does have a good point, you can learn a lot in covens if you can find one that suites your desire that is. Myself, I really do not think that I fit into any covens (not to mention the last two I was in got deleted). But do whatever u feel is right, if u want take a look at my profile and if u have ne questions about it feel free to ask. It describes everything I am good and not so good at, but I would be more than happy to help if u choose u need it...

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Re: I would like a teacher
By: / Beginner
Post # 3
If your looking to learn anything, then might I suggest going to a bookstore(or even your local library) and looking for books on magick, occult, new age or whatever kind of topic you might be interested in and just start reading.

Although teachers can be a great resource and a good means to direct you and help you from possibley making drastic mistakes(learning from thiers), nothing beats your own will power to go out and learn, read, and experience for yourself.

I have often found myself thinking that if I had a teacher perhaps I'd be further along in a lot of areas of study, or perhaps I'd find that one thing that I've been missing(I keep searching for something that I can't seem to find yet for some reason, kind of that click). Because of this I have come to aquire many books on many topics, anywhere from psychic abilities and auras to druidism and wizardry(wizardry is my main focus though and is most of my books, both real as well was novels).

All in all, I've got to say that my own ambition to learn more and read more has taught me more then probably any teacher could, this is simply because I had to find out first hand what works for me and what doesn't, instead of being lead one way or another. It might be the harder route to go, but it deff makes for a better route.

"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I?
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."
~Rober Frost

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Re: I would like a teacher
Post # 4
Glimwik there are three tipes of smart book, steet, and a blend of the two. Yes you can learn from a book but unless you learn from experiance you truly learn nothing.
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Re: I would like a teacher
By: / Beginner
Post # 5
Right, in which case you read and then you do. For example, most of the books I've read have practice sections in them, where you actually try out what you just read about. Then from there you practice, practice, practice, thus personal experience. Learning from someone else doesn't mean you should skip the reading step(heck, prob most teachers would give you things to read).

Think of it like school, you don't learn anything if you don't read the material and then do it. In English you read a book then do a book report to prove that you've read it and understand it. In math you learn it, do practice problems, then take the test. And so on and so forth(I need not go on).

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