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The Way Of The Peaceful Warrior

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Uploaded on May 31, 2010

This is my "Personal Development Strategy" Part 1 of 3

I'll dance my dance, if it benefits you that's great, if not that's ok too.

You must voluntarily leave behind the comfortable confines of your identity-prison and forsake the luxury of security and forever reject the option of passivity

Discipline and vigilance are the ways of the warrior and the path that leads to joy not simply happy moments. Conserve your energy by observing and regulating how you feel, think, speak and act at all times.

You must have prowess, you must focus on mind, body and spirit to have balance.

Search for inner strength. Find power in control and mastery over the self and not others.

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"Have PASSION never be afraid to FEEL TRUE EMOTIONS

Passion is an intense love for something and a strong indignation for the opposite..

Always allow yourself to experience strong emotions, focus them don't repress them. For this is the way to your real thoughts and emotions. By intensifying your emotions to the limit you burn away all the lesser emotions, until these have been transformed into their raw state or have been purified. Never try to control your emotions, instead control your responses to them, and you prevent being controlled by your emotions. Most people don't experience true emotions from fear of being judged or not being liked. Instead they fabricate fake emotions as a surrogate. In place of wrath they feel indignation in place of love, sentimentality, in place of passion, obsession."

"You must feel passionate about everything that you do, and passion indeed is ruthless. Only by being free of concern for others, can you begin to help them. To be ruthless means to speak plainly, without menacing words, to override the fear of offending. At the base of all people's "consideration" for others is the abject and basic desire to be liked. To a warrior there is no desire to be "liked" for they have no ego. Ruthlessness precludes such selfish desires; it means to act without hesitation or doubt. Free of the unnecessary baggage of sentiment, fraudulence, timidity or deviance."

STALKING:
"This is a strategic behaviour that entails the constant and careful observation of every last item in this reality, down to the smallest detail. Learn to perfection the habits and routines of the first reality. Once you are able to predict the
movements (both yours and others) with razor sharp precision, you can begin "stalking" and start the unplugging process, to pry open the third eye of the unconscious slaves. Apply this strategy first to your own thoughts, acts, and feelings and then to the actions and reactions to those around you."

"Work upon your movements until they are streamlined, until every move, every thought, every action is a paragon of peed, efficiency and timing. Attain grace!"

~Jake Horsley "The Matrix Warrior"

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