Daily Angel Oracle, from the Archangel Oracle Card deck, by Doreen Virtue, Ph.D: Archangel Zadkiel ~ Teaching And Learning
Archangel Zadkiel ~ Teaching And Learning: “Keep an open mind, and learn new ideas. Then teach these ideas to others.”
Additional Message: “You are a spiritual teacher and an avid learner. Learning and teaching are linked in a perfect cycle, in which information comes to you when you need it. Teach others about the topics that awaken your passions. The more you teach, the more your lessons are reinforced within yourself.
Be open to sharing new ideas, and learning about topics that are not in your immediate sphere of interest. Your students will teach you in many ways, too. Trust in your teaching and learning abilities, as your mind is one with the Divine Mind Of God. You are an intelligent and wise being. Know that it is safe in this lifetime for you to be outspoken in your teachings.
Working with Archangel Zadkiel: Zadkiel is the ultimate spiritual professor. he is patient, kind, and has access to all knowledge. He is widely known for his ability to help human memory function. If you need to remember or memorize any information, ask Zadkiel to assist.
Anything that you need to know Zadkiel is glad to teach to you. Just ask him questions in order to elicit his help. Sometimes Zadkiel uses the Socratic method of teaching which means that he will lead you so you can learn for yourself. Being observant of patterns in everything you see, hear, and think is the best way to benefit from Zadkiel’s teachings.”*
The best teachers I have ever had taught with an open mind, using grace and flexibility to allow each student to offer their own unique perspective to the lessons. These teachers listen when you speak, weighing your point of view and allowing it to differ from their own. They see each person as an individual, with gifts that can enhance the experience of the other students, and they are not threatened by thinking outside the box. This is the way I try to view parenting, and although it can be challenging, it does help me appreciate my kids strong personalities and interesting ideas. Listening to their theories lifts my spirits knowing that they are using their limited life experience combined with their own personal philosophies.
As a teacher, learning as you go, you must master the art of listening; if you just stop to listen, you just never know what you could learn! We are often so busy texting, checking our emails or otherwise glued to technology, that it’s hard to get someone to give you their undivided attention. A great teacher understands the power of giving your undivided attention to their student. This attention helps them grow as a person, whether they are right or wrong. This is especially true in children, as they are building up their confidence and self-esteem, they are learning to express themselves without fear, and they are learning to present their unique point of view clearly and concisely.
You always learn something when you teach, if you give yourself the chance to be fully immersed in your subject and open-minded about how the information is to be shared. Be creative, allow interaction and open your heart to your student. Ask Archangel Zadkiel for Divine Guidance if you are not sure what you can teach; you, like everyone have a special gift that will benefit those who hear it.