…in the same way as she is responsible for herself.
In the same way as the teacher has to face her lessons, she takes on her the journeys of her students when she interferes with them too much: when she tries to help instead of just observing and supporting, when she gives techniques or shares insights to a student, even tho the Nature does not support it at the given moment, when she clears out the space for the change to come even tho the space should be left messy or crowded… When she thinks she knows better how to guide the path — she can curve it, but then the path un-curves just like the spring that cannot be hold squeezed too long or mature tooth hold by braces… everything comes to it’s place. It’s best possible place. To perfect balance. But she became responsible for these curves, and she has to un-curve them now also on her path. She has to learn why she did that.
And she learns not to teach but to support.
Support by being responsible for her path, her change and her journey.