Regarding character, the Master has a right and duty to correct
you, the initiate, whenever he is so moved. You, the initiate, are not only duty-bound to
do what you have been told to do but must do
as instructed with good will and love
even if you totally disagree with him. At the same time, there are few fit candidates for
the Master/Initiate relationship in the world and most Masters will explain themselves and
strive to deal most reasonably with the initiates protests and questions. A true
Master has no desire whatever to dominate anyone, especially an initiate, and would rather
be elsewhere than tell another person what to do. It is only out of love that he will give
correction. Usually, today, he will not give correction unless it is readily appreciated.
Further, obedience to a Master in no way extends to lowering your morality or your
being required to sexually satisfy him or her. A strange world precipitates these strange
aberrations. When a supposedly great teacher asks such a thing, it is obvious he or she is
not a great spiritual soul.
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