Cry of the Eagle by Theun Mares

By Theun Mares

Lifestyles problem or existence concern? The crises on this planet this present day – and in our lives – are forcing us all to re-examine. How can we reply to existence after we are challenged? What occurs while lifestyles offers us “an unfair hand?” The message of Cry of the Eagle is that none people are sufferers. Theun Mares explains why, and indicates how one can use the warrior’s strategies to beat your demanding situations and construct a profitable and cheerful existence - no matter what your current conditions or your earlier misfortunes. In Cry of the Eagle, he finds the right way to use your demanding situations to construct your trust in your self and the way to obtain the warrior’s invincible spirit.

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

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Likewise, if Benz had not felt it were possible to have a self-propelled vehicle, he would not have investigated that idea. It is therefore always feeling which leads us into the unknown in pursuit of knowledge. Although average man does not recognise the process involved, it is nevertheless his feeling which sets up dreaming. In this regard it does not matter what kind of dreaming it is - day dreams, ordinary dreams whilst asleep, or Toltec dreaming in which the warrior purposefully moves or shifts his assemblage point.

More often than not it is the carefully-concealed fear that will eventually end up by debilitating that person. It is for this reason that it is stated that denial is the worst form of self-indulgence. To explain this, it will be useful at this point to look at two different examples of how fear tends to surface, and how it should be faced. A softly-spoken and gentle young man named Simon had, in his early teens, begun to doubt his own masculinity, because of his sensitive nature. Fearing that he could be homosexual, Simon unconsciously tried to avoid homosexuals, and would react aggressively whenever he did find himself in their company.

In this respect it is interesting to note that much the same normally happens to children since, as in Linda's case, children do not have enough life experience to enable them to know that the world is not what it appears to be, and so are forced into accepting the world around them at face value. An adult, on the other hand, invariably becomes caught up in the logical assumptions of the rational mind. In our example of Linda, we see that if her attempts at notdoing are to be successful, she will have to avoid indulging in logical assumptions, and instead erase her personal history - a technique which will be explained later in this volume.

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