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October 18, 2017

Are You a VICTIM? Or a SPIRITUAL WARRIOR? 8 of 8

8 of 8 Part 2
Core Principles of a- Spiritual Warrior

Paraphrased by
Master Coach Hu Dalconzo
from the works of Eckhart Tolle,
Jack Kornfield & Steve Siebold
 
*SPIRITUAL WARRIORS…
See Everyone as the Buddha, or Christ-
Just as difficult circumstances can be
an opportunity for growth,
so can interactions with souls who have
challenging or emotionally immature personalities.
See every difficult person you encounter as…
Christ in disguise.
See them as someone who has come
to teach you a lesson about life or yourself.
Ask your Self,
“What is the Universe trying to teach me?”
 
*SPIRITUAL WARRIORS…
Do Something that They Are Afraid of Every Day.
To be able to do anything amazing,
you need to be able to act
despite the F.E.A.R. that you are feeling.
Acting when you’re afraid is a learned skill.
The more you do it, the better you’ll get at it.
Every day find ways to practice small acts of courage,
and be willing to do things that are
outside your normal paradigm box.
Whatever you’re afraid of, practice doing it,
and you will discover that it gets…
Easier and Easier To Do.
 
 
*SPIRITUAL WARRIORS…
Feel and Release Their Painful Emotions.
Your FEELINGS are Intuitive messages
that are sent to you by your Spirit.
Your uncomfortable feelings aren’t bad or wrong;
they are just emotional signals that
you are out of harmony with your Self.
When you resist, repress or deny your healing feelings,
you disconnect from your inner God-self.
As you learn how to interpret the
Language of Your Feelings,
you will be able to row your boat
serenely down God’s river of life. 

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October 12, 2017

Are You a VICTIM? Or a SPIRITUAL WARRIOR? 8 of 8

Core Principles of a- Spiritual Warrior
PART ONE

SPIRITUAL WARRIORS…
Integrate ‘Mindfulness’ into Their Daily Lives

Being mindful doesn’t mean you need
to spend ten hours a day meditating.
It means to remain Consciously Conscious throughout your day
about the distinction between who you are “Spirit”
from the voice inside your head- your ego-intellect.
Think of your Self as a “Conscious Householder
who practices paying attention when
you’re engaged in your daily activities.
When you’re washing the dishes, wash the dishes,
and try not to let your mind wander to the past or future.
When you’re eating, make eating into a meditative act.

SPIRITUAL WARRIORS…
Turn Their Lemons into Lemonade
 Your deepest suffering is also your
greatest opportunity to learn about
your incarnational challenges,
because like it or not, pain is part of the path.
Developing strength in the face of painful circumstances
shows you that you don’t need to fear
the natural ups and downs of life.
And instead, you view them
from a witness/observer position
with the courage of a Spiritual Warrior.
SPIRITUAL WARRIORS…
Recognize the difference between Pain and Suffering.

In Eastern philosophy, pain and suffering
are two very different things.
Pain is an inevitable hardship of life.
Suffering is… the avoidable negative ‘narrative’
playing inside your head.
For example, losing your job is- Pain,
and your ego telling you that you are a failure

for losing your job is- Suffering.
You can’t eliminate Pain,
but you can end Suffering.

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October 5, 2017

Are You a VICTIM? Or a SPIRITUAL WARRIOR? 7 of 8

The Victim Identity Vs.
The Spiritual Warrior Identity

Paraphrased by
Master Coach Hu Dalconzo
from the works of Eckhart Tolle,
Jack Kornfield & Steve Siebold

The Victim Identity Seeks Comfort…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity Is
Comfortable Being Uncomfortable.

The Victim Identity Hungers for Security…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity Knows
That Security Is an Illusion.

The Victim Identity Sacrifices
Growth for Safety…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity
Sacrifices Safety for Growth.

The Victim Identity
Focuses on Having…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity
Focuses on Being.

The Victim Identity
Operates Out of Scarcity…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity
Operates from Abundance.

The Victim Identity Is Problem Oriented…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity
Is Solution Oriented.

The Victim Identity Believes
Only What It Sees…
The Spiritual Warrior Identity Knows
It Will See It When It Believes It

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