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What Does it Mean to be a “Warrior”?

Adam Gilad
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Women want a man who, when necessary, will kill to defend them. The killer in you is sexy – incredibly sexy – to women.

But like all virtues, your warrior-instinct has a shadow side. And because that shadow side is so evident in the random violence and militarism of our species — just at this historical moment when we need to evolve faster than our technology – women are often rightly suspect of the “warrior” that lurks inside men.

So I want to focus on the necessary and positive aspect of your inner Warrior.  This aspect of yourself is essential to hone in order to attract the best women into your life.

To start — can you think of the type of character you see in film: the “reluctant warrior” – you know, the guy who, in the past, has killed for good cause, but who now wants to live quietly with his family. He does not SEEK violence, in fact, tries to avoid it – yet cannot. Because, as it happens, injustice now calls him out of domestic bliss to kill again – for a high cause.

You see this in Clint Eastwood’s near-perfect film, “The Unforgiven”. You see it in Walking Tall, Rambo, Braveheart, Gladiator and almost any Harrison Ford movie  – these are all stories that explore the Reluctant Warrior theme.

First lesson for you – as a true Warrior, you do not seek violence. You resort to force when all else fails – the true priority is to keep and restore order and safety for the women and children – for what I call your “realm”.

(Remember: start thinking of the people in your life as part of your “realm”, just as a King has a realm. How are you providing for them, creating order and bounty for the people in your life? The more you move in this direction, the more you are taking on the mantle of the Deep Masculine role of “kingship” – something that will inspire enduring devotion in addition to initial attraction from your woman.)

So what does it mean to claim your “warrior” in your daily life and how do women see it?

It doesn’t mean you’re eager to fight. It doesn’t mean you’re a bully or a hothead or provocateur.

Instead, these are the qualities of a true Warrior:

1)    Inner discipline

2)    Accuracy and precision

3)    A bright awareness of all that is occurring around you

4)    A capacity to withstand challenge and pain patiently and calmly as you maintain…

5)    Focus and movement toward your highest goals and highest good

6)   A dogged embodiment of potency applied toward worthy causes

If you really want to get to the core of what women find wildly attractive in you, write these qualities down and review them 10x a day!

How are you embodying them at home, at work, when you are out socializing?

These are the qualities that allow your Inner Warrior to be ready to do “noble battle” when it counts. They allow you to be prepared to commit yourself, commit until victory.

When the victories to which you commit yourself during this lifetime are noble, you wlll find that you will far more easily attract the highest quality of women.

Be a warrior.  But be sure it is for high pursuits that serve all.

As I often write, stop worrying so much about “DHV”s – pickup language for “Demonstration of Higher Value” – and focus far more on “BHV” – Being of Higher Value.

The difference of the first kind of man and the second is gargantuan.

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