Lately, the term “Warrior Sage” has invaded my consciousness.
Not sure why?
Have been thinking deeply about it.
Does it contradict the worldly idea of spirituality?
Not for me.
Warrior is a brave experienced fighter; Sage is one who is imbued with profound wisdom.
So in essence, the Warrior Sage is one who fights her way beyond illusion and ignorance to embrace awareness and insight.
It is an inner feeling.
A feeling of walking alone on the banks of a river, in tune with the Elements.
Unassuming, and yet willing to fight.
Is Warrior Sage a symbol?
Symbols have great power.
They contain more feeling than a thousand words put together.
And everything is feeling.
Inner power is all in the way one feels and not in the way one thinks.
And life is a reflection of one’s inner feelings.
The Warrior Sage guards her inner light. Struggles to be authentic, real and true in a world that is enamored by illusion.
She disciplines herself to embrace this life with a more profound perception and wisdom.
She has no desire to fight.
She only seeks to walk along mountains, lakes and streams and to be one with all things.
She realizes: Leaders are not leaders, because they fight. Rather leaders are leaders because they don’t have to fight.
Yet, the Warrior Sage fights.
She fights to nullify the destructive forces of her ego.
She fights to discipline her emotions and mind.
She fights to step beyond the invisible fields of control.
She fights for freedom.
She fights for her essence to be her own.
Her journey is arduous.
Her path may seem severe.
Yet, she continues…
She never harms, for she is a healer.
The Warrior Sage understands the more warmth, wisdom and understanding she develops within…the more beautiful her life will be.
It is her eternal view.