Thanks for pointing out the difference. To me I’ve always treated how to be a Jedi and how to find yourself as two parts of the same. But perhaps the students would get much more out of it if something were set up that challenged them to look inward and grow rather than having them always relate the growth to Jedi ideals and possibly throw it out later on in life when they may have found the path wasn’t for them. Then, when they seem to have that down, have them begin to incorporate Jedi beliefs into their daily lives and learn to use it as a compliment to life.
I agree that each of us is on a path all our own and so that the learning should stem from what we believe we need to learn. But for every one student that I’ve had who has known what they want I’ve had ten more who didn’t have a clue. How would we treat these people? A personality test perhaps? Examining their interests?
Just figured I’d throw it out there.