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The Warrior’s Mirror

The Warrior’s Mirror

The Path To Peace

Sirshree
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The greatest weapon a warrior takes into battle is neither a sword nor a shield, neither a spear nor a steed-but an invisible mirror that reflects the path to self inquiry. By contemplating and analyzing this reflection, the warrior becomes a better individual and a true leader. With every battle fought and every action performed, using this mirror to look within can greatly increase levels of consciousness. The mirror is a potent weapon in the everyday battles we all have to fight. But how do we discover this mirror? Though we see it every day, we seldom realize that the world is our mirror. The reason we find fault with others lies within us, not them; our perception of the world around us is actually a reflection of who we are and what we believe in. To clarify the concept of the ‘warrior’s mirror’, the author creates a character called Hercules, named after the fabled Greek hero. This Modern-Day Protagonist Is A Common Man Who Helps Resolve The Problems Of The People He Encounters, Bringing Happiness Into Their Lives As Well As His Own. Ultimately He Attains The Highest Level Of Consciousness By Learning To Look Into The Warrior’s Mirror.

Imprint: India Penguin Enterprise

Published: Oct/2010

ISBN: 9780143415206

Length : 184 Pages

MRP : ₹199.00

The Warrior’s Mirror

The Path To Peace

Sirshree

The greatest weapon a warrior takes into battle is neither a sword nor a shield, neither a spear nor a steed-but an invisible mirror that reflects the path to self inquiry. By contemplating and analyzing this reflection, the warrior becomes a better individual and a true leader. With every battle fought and every action performed, using this mirror to look within can greatly increase levels of consciousness. The mirror is a potent weapon in the everyday battles we all have to fight. But how do we discover this mirror? Though we see it every day, we seldom realize that the world is our mirror. The reason we find fault with others lies within us, not them; our perception of the world around us is actually a reflection of who we are and what we believe in. To clarify the concept of the ‘warrior’s mirror’, the author creates a character called Hercules, named after the fabled Greek hero. This Modern-Day Protagonist Is A Common Man Who Helps Resolve The Problems Of The People He Encounters, Bringing Happiness Into Their Lives As Well As His Own. Ultimately He Attains The Highest Level Of Consciousness By Learning To Look Into The Warrior’s Mirror.

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