New PDF release: Cry of the Eagle

By Theun Mares

ISBN-10: 1919792147

ISBN-13: 9781919792149

Lifestyles problem or existence trouble? The crises on the earth this day – and in our lives – are forcing us all to reassess. How will we reply to lifestyles after we are challenged? What occurs while existence offers us “an unfair hand?” The message of Cry of the Eagle is that none people are sufferers. Theun Mares explains why, and exhibits how one can use the warrior’s recommendations to beat your demanding situations and construct a profitable and pleased lifestyles - no matter what your current situations or your prior misfortunes. In Cry of the Eagle, he finds the way to use your demanding situations to construct your trust in your self and the way to procure the warrior’s invincible spirit.

Topics contain: The Warrior’s procedure for fulfillment. 4 crucial characteristics for profitable motion: readability, energy, heat and feeling. find out how to release the genuine strength of believing. studying to hear your self, and preventing your inner discussion. liberating the stranglehold of your earlier. Guilt and the essence of actual forgiveness. Who and what are we? the character and which means of desires.

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The only difference between feeling and sobriety is that sobriety is based upon knowledge which is certain, whereas feeling can only be corroborated through experience. This is the reason why feeling is the polar opposite of sobriety. Warriors use sobriety when dealing with the known, but in dealing with the unknown, they use their feelings as a guide. Later on we will again take up the concept of feeling, for it is a complex concept interwoven with several others. 54 CRY OF THE EAGLE THE FOUR ATTRIBUTES OF U/ARRIORSHIP ONCE YOU HAVE ELIMINATED YOUR VIEW OF THE WORLD YOU WILL REALISE THAT THERE ARE AN INFINITE NUMBER OF DIFFERENT REALITIES.

This is the real meaning of that concept known as fluidity. Fluidity is not easy to grasp at face value, but an analogy will help to clarify this all-important concept. Consider a man prior to the advent of the internal combustion engine. For such a man the only form of known transport by road, is either riding in a wheeled vehicle drawn by a horse or such-like animal, riding the animal itself, riding a bicycle, or else just walking. Until this time there was no other form of transport by road; but a man by the name of Karl Benz had the courage to pursue the potential of a dream, and in 1893 he realised this dream by putting the first self-propelled vehicle on the road.

This is true of any battle for power. If we run from that battle, power will inevitably and mercilessly cut us down. THE FOUR NATURAL ENEMIES 77 PEOPLE LIKE TO BELIEVE THAT THEY HAVE SEVERAL OPTIONS OPEN TO THEM, BUT THIS IS ONLY A JUSTIFICATION FOR ATTEMPTING TO AVOID THEIR BATTLES. A WARRIOR UNDERSTANDS THE FOLLY OF SEEKING ESCAPISMS, FOR HE KNOWS THE WORLD IS PERVADED BY POWER, WHICH COMES AT HIM LIKE THE WAVES OF THE SEA. HE EITHER MOUNTS THE CREST OF THOSE WAVES AND SURFS THEM, OR HE GOES DOWN UNDER.

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