top of page

Manifesting your inner warrior: Eight ways to activate the power of your warrior.

Nos articles précédents:

3rd article, part 1/3.

Warrior has the power to stand up for what they believe in and make the world a better place. It takes courage and strength to be a warrior, but it is so important when we have to roll up our sleeves and face a challenge!

Warriors don't give up when things get tough, they keep fighting for their causes. Just like superheroes, warriors help those in need, protect those who can't protect themselves, and fight against evil.

It is an important power that helps people stand up for something they believe in. This energy can help us to be brave and fight for what is right and good.

What amazing activities can we participate in to awaken this amazing warrior energy? In the next three articles in the Warrior Archetype series, I will suggest some ways to activate this Warrior within you.

1. Train in martial arts with a more budo-oriented style.

Are you ready to embark on a journey to discover your inner warrior? Martial arts have been around for centuries and have evolved into a practice that can help individuals become warriors of the modern world.

Martial arts training with a more Budo-oriented style is an effective method to develop your inner warrior and embrace the warrior archetype.

Developing your martial arts skills with a budo-oriented style is like taking a trip to the top of a mountain. As you train and progress, you go higher and higher, unlocking your warrior archetype and accessing the greater power that lies within you.

By training in Budo, which translates to "the way to stop conflict," you can improve your mental discipline and physical strength while respecting honor.

This ancient practice is an incredible opportunity to learn the skills of a warrior while gaining insight into yourself. With budo, martial arts become a form of spiritual and physical growth, while providing the means to protect yourself and others and to maintain peace.

Budo training is not just about physical fitness and self-defense; it is a journey through which one can develop their warrior archetype and truly tap into their inner strength.

For me, the philosophy behind Budo transcends technique or physical prowess and focuses instead on using mental discipline and compassion to mitigate conflict and cultivate an honorable attitude in all aspects of life.

The budo style of Kyokushin Karate is one such martial art that can help you take the next step in becoming a warrior. Kyokushin Karate is a full-contact karate style created by Masutatsu Oyama, who believed that self-discipline was the most important part of being a martial artist.

Through challenging techniques and rigorous training exercises, Kyokushin teaches students how to use their energy wisely and effectively without wasting it on unnecessary movements. This not only helps develop physical strength but also encourages mental strength through intense practice sessions.

Warning, many Kyokushin karate dojos do not teach the budo aspect, they only teach the sport and competitive aspect of Knockdown.

2. Unleash the power of the warrior archetype through film

Are you looking for inspiration to become a warrior? A great way to do this is to watch movies about warriors. Movies not only entertain us, they also provide us with true inspiration.

Movies can provide us with an incredible source of motivation, and the best part is that it is available anytime, anywhere! Watching these movies can help rekindle feelings of courage, strength and tenacity within us. It is an effective and efficient way to develop the warrior archetype in yourself. Through movies, warriors can be created in more ways than one, inspiring us to become heroes in our own stories.

It's like starting a fire. You need something small and sparkly to make it work - watching warrior movies is like that spark, giving you the ignition to ignite the courage, strength and tenacity within yourself.

Watching movies is a great way to develop the warrior archetype in ourselves. Hero and warrior movies are an incredible source of inspiration for those seeking to embrace their inner strength and courage. These movies can help us take control of our lives by releasing our own momentum from within. We can be inspired by these stories and use them as a beacon of hope as we move through life's struggles.

When watching these types of films, it is important to keep in mind the values portrayed and how they might apply to your life.

You may find that applying the courage or tenacity of your favorite hero to your own goals will propel you forward at an impressive pace. Believing that you have the power within yourself just like a heroic character can be incredibly motivating.

It is clear that the warrior archetype can be developed in us. Movies can provide us with the right tools and motivation to take control of our lives and become great warriors, just like those we see on the big screen. When we develop these qualities in ourselves, it can lead to feelings of courage, strength and tenacity that might otherwise lie dormant. So why not give it a try?

3. Discover your inner warrior with biographies of great warriors

To develop your warrior archetype, discover your inner warrior with great warrior biographies

Do you want to embody the characteristics of a great warrior, but don't know where to start? Look no further! Reading biographies of great warriors is a great way to develop your warrior archetype. Biographies allow us to learn from the accomplishments and failures of prominent figures in history and apply those lessons to our own lives.

Reading biographies of great warriors is a great way to gain insight into the skills and qualities needed to succeed. From the strategies they used in battle to their emotional resilience in the face of adversity, these stories can help us explore how we might develop our own warrior archetype.

Read Mas Oyama, The Kyokushin Way. Judd Reid, The Young Lions and the Ronin years. Cameron Quinn, The Budo Karate of Mas Oyama. The book of the five rings of Miyamoto Musashi. Read my blog: The Way of the Generative Warrior and my books.

Gaëtan Sauvé

12 views0 comments


bottom of page