Warrior Poetry

 
 
 “Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both….and surpass the result.”
 
Seven-Samurai
 

Though varied in it’s subjects, I consider most of my work to be in the vein of warrior poetry. That’s not to say it deals with death, bloodshed, war and such affiliated content, but rather it aims to be a conduit for myself (and perhaps, hopefully, the reader) to sharpen the edge of our greatest tool, the mind. It is only through the thoughtful working of the mind that we may turn it into a powerful weapon, that which allows one to defeat any violence that may be brought to bear. Of course the greatest enemy to be faced is fear, especially that which is found within the self. Fear of failure, rejection, the unknown, even success are all found within. Once this is overcome, the world becomes a brighter place and subsequent encounters will be handled with relative ease in comparison.

Then the warrior can use this most powerful tool to fight for the light that exists within us all. The methods of  thoughtful action, meditation, focusing creativity and exercising balance in life are what enable the warrior to reach the plateau they seek. Continual application of these practices in addition to helping others to realise their inner warriors maintains this lofty presence. As awakening spreads, the galaxy will shine all the brighter and become a more peaceful place.

“When a warrior learns to stop the internal dialogue, everything becomes possible; the most far-fetched schemes become attainable.”
 -Carlos Castenada
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