Write down again what I told you:
The warrior of light needs time to himself. And he uses that time for rest, contemplation and contact with the Soul of the World. Even in the midst of a battle, he manages to meditate.
Occasionally, the warrior sits down, relaxes and lets everything that is happening around him continue to happen. He looks at the world as if he were a spectator, he does not try to add to it or take away from it, he merely surrenders unresistingly to the movement of life.
Little by little, everything that seemed complicated begins to become simple.
And the warrior is glad.
Solitude and meditation is one of the best weapons in any person’s arsenal. This is even more important when we step into something we have never done before. It allows us to become self-aware. We can see clearer, and push aside fear and doubt that have crept into our hearts.
Once we are able to think clearly, we can plan better. We can regroup. And be ready for whatever is coming.
It is when we are aware of what the truth is that we can relax completely. Because we know who we are, where we are going, and how we are getting there.