Diva Musing: Peaceful Warrior…

Several year ago I got hooked on Dan Millman’s books on “The Peaceful Warrior”… Subsequently I completed 2 summers of training in Shamanic Studies and Journeying on the Arizona desert with my Juicy Crone cohort.  We had a blast.  So between the Shamanism and Peaceful Warrior guidance I updated my thoughts on this topic today.  I hope you enjoy….Namaste, The Queen Cronista….


  • The way of the warrior is a philosophy of willpower.

  • The way of the warrior is a philosophy of self-reliance

  • The way of the warrior is to build an indomitable spirit.

  • The way of the warrior is to build an iron will

  • The way of the warrior is to believe you cannot fail in doing anything.

  • A warrior practices consistency and practices constantly.

  • A warrior has a sense of humor and laughs a lot.

  • A warrior lives by acting; not by thinking about acting.

  • To a warrior there are not wins or no losses, he abandons all desire.

  • A warrior does not worry about the past. He uses that only to improve today.

  • A warrior lets go of all obsessions and addictions.

  • A warrior knows that only he is responsible for his acts, decisions and emotions. He Controls.

  • A warrior is never idle and never in a hurry.

  • A warrior power is in his decision; never doubting, never falters or doubts

  • A warrior knows death rides on his left shoulder. If impatient he turns left and may ask advice of death. But a true warrior knows that Spirit is the only true guide he has.

  • A warrior’s motto is see it to the end, with planned action and without doubt or remorse.

  • To be a warrior you need to know a great deal and see the world in a different way.

  • A warrior must always be in balance with his surroundings.

  • A warrior leaves nothing to chance. He does not whine or complain.

  • A warrior stores power. A hunter of power watches all; and everything tells him a secret.

  • A warrior does not kill time. There is no time to waste; killing time weakens you.

  • A warrior pushes himself beyond his limits…at all times.

  • A warrior does not complain or regret anything.

  • A warrior’s life is endless challenges; nether good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges.

  • A warrior conquers fear only by facing it.

  • The way of the Peaceful Warrior is a path through Nature of relating to tides.

  • The way of the Peaceful Warrior is knowing rhythms, tides and the pulse of the Earth.

  • The way of the Peaceful Warrior is experiencing a oneness with all things.

  • A Warrior must learn an endless capacity to improvise.

  • A Warrior accomplishes tasks quickly and with precision; there is no room to be haphazard.

  • A Warrior knows resources, he knows when, where and who and what to use.

  • A Warrior knows all limitations and respects them, he may even use that knowledge to advantage.

  • A Warrior is always alert. He never inattentive

  • A Warrior is always prepared for anything.

  • A Warrior seeks balance in all things continually.

  • A Warrior trusts the Universe and utilizes the source energies.

  • A Warrior knows how to flow with the stream and to utilize that flow.

  • A Warrior knows that in emptiness there is peace and revelation; he meditates often.

  • A Warrior knows that form follows thought and is careful to choose his thoughts wisely.

  • A Warrior maintains focus only in the present moment; he knows that is all there is, always.

  • A Warrior respects the power and abundance of nature and all it’s seasons and rhythms.



About CroneUno

We are delicious, juicy old crones who have earned their stripes. We are friends over time and space who decided to give back all the delicious information that at the Universe has given us. Some the wisdom of the ages and some from our stupid foibles. The purpose of our site is to share time wizened stories, recipes (some healthy; some not so much), holistic care and supplements from nature's storehouse, and humor...always humor. We want you to laugh with us, share with us, and enjoy the journey with us, whatever it may bring. Namaste
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