“One cannot force another to grow beyond their capacity.”
One correction in your assignment posting.
In your statement:
“You must attempt to never lose your temper in the presence of the preceptor and never treat the preceptor righteously or with resentment”
This should be You must attempt to never lose your temper in the presence of the preceptor and never treat the preceptor
righteously or with resentment.
This admonishment is for the sake of the aspirant. If an aspirant causes disruption in the relationship with a teacher that can have profound psychological effects related to guilt, inadequacies, fears, etc. such as are experienced in worldly relationships but magnified due to the fact that deep down an aspirant knows the higher truth and the importance of such relationships. So this is a backlash from the unconscious of the aspirant and not coming from the teacher. That backlash can even be an emotional conduit for negative feelings of self denigration that can lead to shame that prevents an aspirant from engaging the relationship and thus prevent themselves from receiving the teaching, a kind of self punishment of sorts. From the teacher’s side the disruption causes them to place their efforts where they can better be served as the aspirant needs more maturity or purification time; though when the aspirant is ready to humble him/her self to the teaching the relationship may be resumed.