I also explained you know when you teach people this stuff you are introducing them to life changing things that can very deeply effect their entire lives. I just don't know about taking on that kind of responsibility.
Yes, the burden of responsibility and risks are huge. Even on worldly things, that we teach with good intention and hope the student learns and practices in the right way.
Taking another example to express this message. Let's say an expert cryptologist, teaches encryption and decryption, with passion to a particular student. He feels some kind of connection with this student, reveals many things he learned by experience over years on decryption. There is a possibility that the student could use this knowledge to decrypt and steal money from a bank, or act as a spy. Even without any wrong intention, he could land in serious trouble while encrypting or decrypting some classified information.
Again, it is the question whether the teacher is comfortable and feels ready to teach. Things happen in their own time line.
I learned that only through the bhava of surrender, that I can teach anything valuable to anyone. Only teaching earnestly is my part. What happens as a result of my teaching is not in my hands.
Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 2:
Karmanye vadhikaraste Ma Phaleshu Kadachana। Ma Karmaphalaheturbhurma Te Sangostvakarmani ।।
One's right is to perform work, but never to the results. Do not get motivated by the results of your actions, nor should you be attached to not performing your prescribed duties.
I am not lecturing, fully realize this is easier said than done.
Edited by Cauvery, 11 January 2017 - 09:32 AM.