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What is Warrior Spirit?

The ancient wisdom of the warrior spirit remains available today through the vital skills and understandings discovered and developed by those who have come before us. And with proper guidance, your “warrior spirit” is accessible by you, right now, to manage the challenging situations you face everyday—at work, at school, at home—and on your Way.

The Warrior Spirit
Traditional warriors developed ethical, martial, and spiritual skills that served their community and fostered their personal quest for an expanded consciousness. Stories about these people—and their ways—attribute to them admirable qualities such as: impeccable character, ebullient spirit, and humility—to name a few.

These warrior qualities also exist in you, and with proper coaching and guidance, you can learn how to cultivate and apply this combination of learnable skills and concepts to develop your unique gifts for meeting the challenges you face—at work, at school, at home, and on you Way.

The Warrior Spirit In You
Life is filled with many challenges—personal, professional, and spiritual—and too often, describing them as battles is not an exaggeration. We find ourselves constantly fighting mental and emotional battles with ourselves and others. Knowing how to access your warrior spirit is especially important when you find yourself in the midst of battles you did not choose, and those that you did—either consciously, or unconsciously.

By coming to know and practice the warrior’s ways, you begin to develop compassion, and begin to feel more at ease. When you feel more at ease, others tend to feel more at ease around you, and as a result, you lessen the likelihood of conflicts—from other people, and you own nagging thoughts.

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