A warrior is fully committed to living life to the fullest, and yet a warrior is also fully committed to fulfillment of spirit self. How is this accomplished? A warrior is always aware of attending to the needs of life on Earth, dealing with what must be done in a dedicated and impeccable manner so that when all is finally attended to the needs of spirit may be given attention. Maintaining this balance is the greatest challenge a warrior faces as conscious awareness of this dual self emerges.
Focus on the needs of each part brings them into awareness. A warrior makes decisions based on keeping them both moving along in an evolutionary direction and so a warrior’s life is always a learning environment, a process of discovery and intrigue. What will your parts tell you today about life? And how will you deal with them?
Remember: a warrior’s ultimate goal is reconciliation of all parts and energetic advancement beyond the duality, mergence into the oneness of self and all energy. And so, a warrior is always aware that the journey of human life is but a small part of the whole.
The simplest things become monumental tasks when our spirit is not in alignment with us and the life we are living. When spirit is in disagreement it will let us know in a myriad of ways. If we are connected to and understand how spirit works we can easily adjust and realign with it, but if we fight it we may succeed only in being more miserable. Spirit wants only the best for us and yet it will challenge us unrelentingly to get right with its plan. A warrior knows this. A warrior seeks always to align with spirit so that all is right and so that life may always find the path of heart and proceed in a positive direction. In acquiescing to spirit, a warrior knows that life will unfold naturally, in alignment with the greater forces of the universe and the greater forces of spirit and the Higher Self.
There are always things you can do to make your life easier, more enjoyable and fulfilling. Even simple changes can have impact. Letting go of old ideas might be a good place to begin, for holding onto something that is as fleeting as a thought, though nothing in reality, may be like a great weight or heavy chain around your neck, keeping you stuck and unhappy. Just a thought can do that! Imagine how much better life would be without those heavy thoughts and ideas!
A warrior knows that thoughts are foreign entities and so a warrior is quick to push them away, always seeking to be free. A warrior is the first to say, “I’ve had enough! I’m done,” and move on from that which seeks to feed off energy and dampen the spirit. A warrior is decisive and does not turn back but keeps going, seeking always a path of heart at every turn.
Note from Chuck: there is a distinction between the art of thinking and uninvited thoughts or thoughts that seek sustenance from your energy field thru mental obsession and storytelling. Pure thought contemplates the intent of the High Self and acts decisively, always in alignment with that higher intent as it navigates through the mists of this world.
All actions have consequences. Make sure that you are ready to handle the results of your decisions. This means taking full responsibility for all choices and the resultant outcomes. A warrior know this and so a warrior chooses wisely. A warrior knows that wise choice comes only from deep contemplation, but a warrior also knows that nothing can be controlled and so a warrior is always ready for anything.