Way of the Conscious Warrior, The
A book for men seeking to reconcile the courage of the warrior with the clarity of the conscious man.
The early 21st century is a complex time presenting unique challenges for men. This book examines many of those challenges, from dysfunctional relationships and confusion about what it means to be ‘male’ in the postmodern world, to understanding the dark side of the masculine psyche, as well as how to apply the best qualities of ‘warrior consciousness’ to experience overall success and fulfilment in life.
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The fact is this: courageous, self-aware, integrated men get more out of life. If you are a man who wants to become more confident, accomplished, and whole, this book will help you put your wounding to bed, and help you move forward in life. With chapters regarding shadow figures, maturation, and practical steps for deepening your relationships, it is a potent balm for the modern man. The most balanced, eloquent, and deeply practical book I have read regarding men’s work and masculine development. The Way of the Conscious Warrior is the ultimate resource for any man who wants to engage life fully. Highly recommended. ~ Jordan Gray, author and relationship coach at JordanGrayConsulting.com
I believe that we are currently in the most difficult time in history for men. Many men are lost, confused, and alone and for the most part have few, if any, good men in their lives. The Way of the Conscious Warrior is a must read for all men. It is a very well-researched history of men and masculinity and will help the reader understand the nature of masculinity and how the unique challenges of the modern-day man came to be. Cultivation of the conscious, courageous warrior offers one of the best hopes for returning balance to our Western culture. ~ Bob Munro, founder and CEO of The Art of Masculinity
I have often thought that the men’s movement lost its way after its heyday in the early nineties. I hope that this intelligent, insightful, and wide-ranging book will help get it back on track. ~ Richard Smoley, author of Inner Christianity: A Guide to the Esoteric Tradition
I was up until 1am last night reading P.T. Mistlberger’s book which impressed the hell out of me. All the questions I had about the men’s movement were answered clearly. He has presented us with an excellent exposition of the men’s movement. Once the book is started it is difficult to put down. You will enjoy the clarity of thought presented and come away with considerable understanding of the problems facing men in the 21st century. ~ Myron MacDonald, M.D., co-founder of Greenpeace