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How To Train The Inner Warrior


Inner Warrior

We all have an inner warrior—a strong, powerful, and wise force within us that guides us toward our soul's deepest desires. But how do we train this inner warrior? We do so by learning to meditate and becoming the person we were always meant to be. We start by developing the characteristics and traits in our outer world that our inner warrior already possesses.


Deep within each of you lies a place of stillness, peace, and tranquility—a well of experience waiting to be accessed. To tap into this well, you must learn to go within. Despite the turbulent emotions and fluctuations of the mind, peace exists within each of you that would surprise most people. This inner peace lies beneath the chaos and instability of the outer layers you often identify with. The inner warrior resides deep within these layers, revealing itself in the quietest of moments and time spent in nature.


For those who haven't experienced the peace, love, and deep understanding of the Soul, it can be challenging to realize that you are spiritual beings having a human experience. You've spent so much time identifying with the body and mind that you may overlook the fact that you are more than just the physical and mental fluctuations. Deep within each of you lies a wisdom that may surprise you when it surfaces. A strength and wisdom are waiting to emerge within you, guided by your own inner GPS—but you must first learn to become still enough to access this wisdom by quieting the outer layers of chaos.


The outer layers of your being, the Annamaya Kosha (the food body is composed of all the body systems including the nervous system, digestive system, skin, and brain), must first be calmed to allow you to be still enough to sit with yourselves. Practicing yoga postures (asana) helps realign your body's energy system, preparing you to become still enough to meditate. Through meditation, you can learn to calm the next two layers—the Pranamaya Kosha (your energy body) and the Manomaya Kosha (the mind-body)—giving you access to the inner layers. By skillfully preparing your outer layers, you can dive deeper into yourselves and reveal your true identity. This is where your inner selves begin to reveal themselves, where your inner warriors emerge, giving you access to the inner layers of your being—the Vijnanamaya Kosha and Anandamaya Kosha, reflecting your inner bliss and all the strength, knowledge, and grace that come with it.


Most of us identify with the mind and body, letting them obscure the veiled power within us. Meditation helps you realize your true potential and allows you to identify with the soul that exists within. Your soul is there to lead you, always nudging you towards your greatest desires.


Through meditation, you learn to understand that you are the soul experiencing life to enrich your soul's existence. It is a state where you discover who you truly are, where the peace, strength, and gifts cultivated over lifetimes begin to emerge. This is where your inner warriors have been waiting for you to awaken, inviting you to really know them, to become best friends, and to commune with them daily.

Inner Warrior

Training the inner warrior involves learning who you are and embodying the gifts, wisdom, and strength you came to share with the world.


Deep within each of us lies a place of stillness, peace, and tranquility—a well of experience waiting to be accessed. To tap into this well, we must learn to go within. Despite the turbulent emotions and fluctuations of the mind, peace exists within each of us that would surprise most people. This inner peace lies beneath the chaos and instability of the outer layers we often identify with. The inner warrior resides deep within these layers, revealing itself in the quietest of moments and time spent in nature.



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