[ Ebook ] ➥ Wiccan Warrior: Walking a Spiritual Path in a Sometimes Hostile World Author Kerr Cuhulain – Thomashillier.co.uk

Wiccan Warrior: Walking a Spiritual Path in a Sometimes Hostile World We All Have Archetypes We Model Ourselves Upon In The Wiccan Community These Include Maiden, Healer, Mother, Bard, And Others In Wiccan Warrior By Kerr Cuhulain, You Will Learn Of Eight New Yet Traditional Archetypes That Wiccans Can Model Their Lives And Goals Upon You Ll Also Find That They Are Completely Appropriate For Any Person Following A Spiritual SystemThese Eight Are The Balanced Warrior, For Whom All Comes From The Divine And Must Be Treated As Such The Creative Warrior, Who Masters Myths And Can Use Them To Share Wisdom The Rational Warrior, Who Avoids All Types Of Fundamentalism The Energized Warrior, Who Can Raise And Direct Energy You Ll Learn To Do This With Toning, Mantras, Dance And Drumming The Dreaming Warrior, Who Knows How To Alter Consciousness Here You Will Learn Meditation, Concentration And Breathwork The Magickal Warrior, Who Knows And Can Do Magick The Ritual Warrior, Who Helps Revitalize Rituals With Knowledge, Understanding, Energy And Love The Initiated Warrior, Who Knows And Shares The Value Of True Initiation There Are Five Cornerstones To The Magick Of Being A Wiccan Warrior These Are The Well Known To Dare, To Will, To Know And To Keep Silent To These Cuhulain Adds To Imagine For To Imagine Is To Be Able To Clearly Visualize Your Objective, To Develop And Use A Creative Imagination The Book Is Filled With Ideas And Insights That Will Guide You On Your Way To Becoming A True Wiccan Warrior, A Person Freed From LimitationsThis Book Is A Must For Wiccan And Witches Of All Stripes If One Of The Warrior Archetypes Doesn T Fit Your Needs, Another Or Several Others Will People Who Are Not Wiccans Will Find Much To Admire And Make Use Of, TooWinner Of The Coalition Of Visionary Resources COVR Award For Best Biographical Personal Book


10 thoughts on “Wiccan Warrior: Walking a Spiritual Path in a Sometimes Hostile World

  1. says:

    I enjoyed reading this book very much, and got a lot out of it I think what I liked the most is its simplicity No long phrases or complicated concepts to lose you here it s straight, down to earth talk that provides solid spiritual advice.


  2. says:

    2.5 stars I loved the idea, however the execution was a tad lacking in my personal opinion The writing was horribly dry and although this is not a long book, the repetitions, lengthy explanations, constant referrals to the author s law enforcement past got tedious after a while.


  3. says:

    I read Wiccan Warrior not long after it was published No book on Wicca I ve seen before or since captures the essence of the warrior witch like this one The archetype of the warrior is often so misunderstood, as is the witchto have both lifted up so well in one book is rare and refreshing indeed As a martial artist Taijiquan, in the past Kung Fu I particularly appreciate Mr Cuhulain s approach to Wicca.


  4. says:

    I just couldn t take this book seriously, and in the end I wound up giving up on it He relies too much on the words of others, such as Sun Tzu and Sun Bear when he could say it himself just as well or maybe not What really killed me was the artificial sunshine self help vibe Seriously


  5. says:

    Because I m just getting back into this field, I m going to keep my review very short I don t think I know enough about the religion or community to fully speak to the quality of the book That said, I only had two issues 1 There were portions of the book I felt were redundant Perhaps, this was meant to drive the point home but, to me, it came offlike filling up book space 2 Fluff This is similar to what I stated above but I use fluff here because it wasn t just in redundancy S Because I m just getting back into this field, I m going to keep my review very short I don t think I know enough about the religion or community to fully speak to the quality of the book That said, I only had two issues 1 There were portions of the book I felt were redundant Perhaps, this was meant to drive the point home but, to me, it came offlike filling up book space 2 Fluff This is similar to what I stated above but I use fluff here because it wasn t just in redundancy Sometimes it was the way things were described or using long quotes that weren t really necessary I prefer an author explain to their reader vs rely so much on quotes.Overall, still a good read I look forward to readingby this author


  6. says:

    This is one of those books that can be read in under a day An easy read and not too hard to comprehend Wiccan Warrior is a perfect book for beginners Kerr Cuhulain has had a warriors background as an airforce pilot and an officer in law enforcement He became a Wiccan at age 15 with his first craft name being Conan, representative of what he wanted to become He was openly Wiccan and openly a law enforcement officer something which would cause problems and lots of public scrutiny This was no This is one of those books that can be read in under a day An easy read and not too hard to comprehend Wiccan Warrior is a perfect book for beginners Kerr Cuhulain has had a warriors background as an airforce pilot and an officer in law enforcement He became a Wiccan at age 15 with his first craft name being Conan, representative of what he wanted to become He was openly Wiccan and openly a law enforcement officer something which would cause problems and lots of public scrutiny This was not something Mr Cuhulain really minded As a warrior he jumped to the challenge with relish He has tried to explain Wicca to law enforcement officials.Kerr Cuhulain has managed to connect sources such as Carlos Castenada s Don Juan series, Samurai warrior ethics and Bruce Lee s philosophy to Wicca while still keeping in tact Do what thou wilt but harm ye none The path of a Wiccan Warrior demands discipline and the main aim of the path is not to over power other people rather it is to gain power over ourself The warrior does not condone violence but uses it as a last resort It only when all other avenues have failed that the warrior can use physical means to thwart aggression One who conquers himself is mightier than someone who over comes a thousand.Chi is the energy or life force found within each of us This chi is also a familiar concept to the martial artist To the Wiccan raising energy and projecting it isfamiliar to them then the concept of Chi To raise energy Kerr Cuhulain teaches the use of mantras and dancing around the altar as ways of raising energy To project it one points their hands at the person in need of healing To connect the concepts the use of the kiai shout in Karate at the moment of impact is used as a metaphor.The warrior embraces change and is not a slave to patterns or dogma Religion is constantly undergoing change and Wicans like anybody else must be open to that change and be able to go with it Athames , wands and other tools are not mandatory but can be helpful Kerr Cuhulain is an advocate of innovations and individuality This is needed so the practitioner can design magical practices that are most beneficial to them Kerr Cuhulain is against strict authority giving full equality to self made rituals as to the standard established rituals Covens are on equal footing with solitary practitioners Kerr is against the Wiccan faith becoming rigid and authoritarian.A great book for beginners For theadvanced this stuff might seem too basic The author does subscribe to a philosophy of simplicity rather then complicated rituals I give it a four out of five stars


  7. says:

    I d rate this up there with Dale Carnagie s books as one of the most influential that I ve read I am NOT Wiccan and do not refer to myself as one, but many of the things he puts into this book is simple common sense and inspirational things that anyone of any religious or spiritual ilk could use in their daily lives Only some of his passages on ecology based quite a bit on junk science mar this as a really great book But I still use it as one of the Books of Readings I do in my own pers I d rate this up there with Dale Carnagie s books as one of the most influential that I ve read I am NOT Wiccan and do not refer to myself as one, but many of the things he puts into this book is simple common sense and inspirational things that anyone of any religious or spiritual ilk could use in their daily lives Only some of his passages on ecology based quite a bit on junk science mar this as a really great book But I still use it as one of the Books of Readings I do in my own personal rituals, using it to meditate on the message later on.I ve read it from cover to cover twice, but if you add in all the reading I ve done by simply opening the book at random during my sessions and then meditating on the small part I ve read, I ve probably delved into this book a good dozen times It contains a lot of good advice for overcoming self doubt and problems in your life


  8. says:

    It s been a while since I read this book, but I recall that I loved it Well written and executed Informative without being dry Reading this book, for me, felt like I was taking a Wiccan Warrior 101 course with a fun loving and knowledgeable teacher.


  9. says:

    This is a bit extreme for me but I truly get what he is saying and think this is definitely a book worth reading on your path to figuring out where you want to be.


  10. says:

    This was the first book with a Wiccan theme that a friend gave me


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