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Before we proceed, let’s examine a few of the assumptions that underlie the Way of the Warrior. It’s important that this be discussed because make no mistake any spiritual paradigm or system of thought makes certain assumptions. The Way of the Warrior is not exception.
Since intention and perception are largely constitutive of how ‘we see the world’, realizing that one can adjust both means that changes in our life can be immediate!
These are all areas around which specific practices can be developed.
These are specific practices
The difference between confidence and self importance is that those that are self important feel that they are the CAUSE of all responses in relation to them. Those that are confident in themselves have an intuition about their ability to realize their intentions. This could be the result of faith or some other factor
The way of the warrior
The Way of the Warrior<br />A spiritual paradigm that makes global unity a possibility<br />
Scope <br />The following aims to present a series of concepts and associated practices that will enable the apprentice to commence walking the Path of the Warrior.<br />All ideas are presented in relation to other ideas in a visual form that hopefully eases understanding.<br />Encourage people to explore the Way of the Warrior as a paradigm that is appropriate in this historical context<br />
Content<br />The following is based upon the study of the works of Carlos Castaneda, Theun Mares, Victor Sanchez, Don Miguel Ruiz and others as well as extensive personal practice.<br />
Why the way of the warrior?Too much negative energy!<br />
Aligning with the larger energy field<br />It is important to understand that when one’s energy is maximized, one is aligned with the larger energy field.<br />When one is aligned with the larger energy field, one is on the correct Path.<br />
Intentions versus Goals<br />Goals lead to structure and precision<br />Intentions are more flexible. We can, for example, waken in the morning and trust our intuition regarding setting intentions.<br />
Feeling versus Emotion<br />Feeling; immediate connection with Spirit<br />Emotion: the result of Ego related descriptions and the fallacies and inconsistencies that they generate.<br />
Pattern Breaking<br />All patterns are related to all other patterns!<br />
Intentions versus goals<br />Intention<br />Outcome IS NOT specified at T1<br />Outcome IS specified at T1<br />Goals<br />T2<br />T1<br />Intentions lead to other intentions and carry you forward. Goals, in contrast, aim to fix outcomes.<br />