- What are your short term and long term goals?
- what are your plans to achieve them? What are your tactics and strategies?
- Do you have a plan B?
- Choose one of your goals and fill the SWOT(Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threads) table for it.
6. What battle fields you are currently fighting in? Whom are you fighting for?
7. Is it easier for you to fight for yourself or for others? Do you believe in fighting for others?
8. Are you saving anybody? Does that person represents a part of you which needed to be saved or a battle that you have previously lost?
9. What and where and with whom are your boundaries? How do you draw boundaries? What guaranties that these lines won’t be crossed?
10. What is the biggest black hole for your Warrior’s energies? What distracts you from focusing on your goals?
11. What were the dragons of your life? How many dragons have you killed?
12. In your opinion, what is the greatest warrior in the world?
- Writing the “wrongs:” If you could end something in this world, what would it be? If there was a button that you could end something with pressing it, what would it be? If there was a button to correct everything wrong in this world, would you push it? Think about a couple of wrong things in this world, make strategic plans to eliminate or correct them and practically do something about them.
2. Start playing competitive games from chess to martial arts.
3. . Work on the tone of your voice and the posture of your body. A weak Warrior shows up in the tone of your voice, clarity of your words, the way you walk and the overall posture of your body. Those who carry the signs of a weak Warrior are usually more exposed to the violence and abuse.
4. Choose a goal, declare to the group, and achieve it by the end of this course.
Do the following activities only when you make sure that you have passed the stage of excitement of releasing the suppressed energies of the Warrior. Be wise and take responsibility for your actions:
1. Specify a bracket of time in which you will not let anybody be unfair to you, abuse or bully you, and force you to do anything against your will.
2. Review the alienating relationships you found in the Wanderer workshop. Any relationship that forces you to pretend to be someone else or limits the free expression of your true self. Put limitation on them or cut them as softly as you can. Try not to offend anybody, but if it is inevitable do what is absolutely necessary. You don’t need justification, but think about it thoroughly.
3. Do an Active Imagination session on your Warrior.
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