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Warrior Hypnosis
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I have been involved in martial arts since I was nine years old, but did not get to meet a real Ninja until I was 36 years old in 1991, a year after I had begun training with my first Tibetan teacher. Before that, all that I knew about Ninjutsu was the idea of a mercenary warrior whose abilities were for sale to the highest bidder. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Ninjas came into being out of neccesity due to the oppression of the Samurai and their warlords that was perpetrated upon the original tribes of ancient Japan.

The true power of the Ninja is in being able to camouflage him or herself so that they appear just like everyone else to the extent that their enemies don’t even see them. And yet, they are able to walk boldly wherever they will as they have overcome the fear and indecision that often comes with life and death situations that trigger the “fight or flight” reaction in most people. This Warrior Hypnosis process, and the attunements we use with it, will make it possible for you to work in these ways by instilling the true qualities of a Leader deep within your psychie, and anchoring them in such a way as they will come to the fore or your thought process more and more as you live your life. The true power of the Ninja is in being able to camouflage him orherself so that they appear just like everyone else to the extent
that their enemies don’t even see them. And yet, they are able to walk boldly wherever they will as they have overcome the fear and indecision that often comes with life and death situations that trigger the “freeze, fight or flight” reaction in most people. 

This Warrior Hypnosis process, and the attunements we use with it, will make it possible for you to work in these ways by giving detailed instructions on how to blend in with your surroundings as well as to conquer the feelings of fear that rob you of your courage and will to act in life and death situations. as well as to conquer the feelings of fear that rob you of your courage and will to act in life and death situations. Whether you are on the field of battle, in a corporate boardroom, or at home with your family, these qualities can not only give you a better life, but can inspire you to safeguard those whom you love and care for during times of extreme peril.

                                                          

          Here are the primary qualities of an American Soldier, Sailor, Airman or Marine:    
    
1. Maturity – the quality or state of being mature or fully
developed in your thinking; having given up childish things, actions and ways of being.

2. Commitment – an act of committing to a charge trust; a promise to be loyal to someone or something.

3. Judgment – A.k.a.: Discernment – the quality of being able to grasp or discern what is obscure; an act of perceiving something.

4. Courage - the ability to overcome your fears and do what is right even if it leads to your death.

5. Initiative – the power to do something before others do
without having to be told to do it; the energy and desire
that is needed to do something.

6. Decisiveness – the ability to make choices quickly and
confidently.

7. Empathy – the ability to understand and share another
person’s experiences and emotions; the ability to share
someone else’s feelings.

8. Self-confidence – confidence in one’s self and one’s powers and abilities.

9. Adaptability – able to change or be changed to fit or work better in some situation or for some purpose.

10. Imagination – the ability to form a picture in your mind of something that you have not seen or experienced; the ability to think of new things.

11. Character – moral excellence and firmness; a set of
distinguishing actions and higher qualities that set
someone apart as someone special whom others desire to emulate.  

 12. Intellect – a highly developed capacity for rational or
intelligent thought; the power of knowing as compared to
the power to feel or to will: the capacity for knowledge.

13. Honor – admirable qualities of character as judged by
other people; standards of behavior which others desire to emulate.

14. Integrity – the ability to do what is right simply
because it is right without any hope or need for rewards or recognition.

(Some of the definitions given here were obtained from
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/)

Compare this list the the Qualities of a Knight Templar:

Courage
Some people make the mistake of defining courage as being the absence of fear, and that could not be more wrong. Courage is the ability to do what you know is right even though you are afraid. Those of us in this world who have gone repeatedly into combat still feel some fear when we do it, but we have learned to control that fear, and to make it serve us. Some excellent methods to overcome fear are covered in the “Power of the Ninja” course at www.NakedShaman.net.

Valor
Higher forms of courage referred to
as bravery, boldness, fearlessness, mettle, fortitude,
or intrepidity) is the ability to confront fear, pain, danger,
uncertainty, or intimidation. "Physical valor" is courage in the face of physical pain, hardship, death, or threat of death, while "moral valor" is the ability to act rightly in the face of popular opposition, shame, scandal, or discouragement. Courage often involves the desire to avoid pain or disapproval, or to receive some reward while valor operates in spite of any perceived harm or disapproval by others.

Temperance
It is considered a virtue, a core value that can be seen
consistently across time and cultures. It is considered one of the four cardinal virtues, for it is believed that no virtue could be sustained in the face of inability to control oneself, if the virtue was opposed to some desire. Temperance is generally defined by control over excess, so that it has many such classes, such as abstinence, chastity, modesty, humility, prudence, self regulation,
forgiveness and mercy; each of these involves restraining some impulse, such as sexual desire, vanity, or anger.
(Wikipedia)

Honor
Honor or honour (see spelling differences; from
the Latin word honor, honoris) is an abstract concept entailing a perceived quality of worthiness and respectability that affects both the social standing and the self-evaluation of an individual or corporate body such as a family, school, regiment or nation. Accordingly, individuals (or corporate bodies) are assigned worth and stature based on the harmony of their actions with a
specific code of honor, and the moral code of the society at large.

Honor can be viewed in the light of Psychological nativism as being as real to the human condition as love, and likewise deriving from the formative personal bonds that establish one's personal dignity and character. From the point of moral relativism, honor is perceived as arising from universal concerns for material circumstance and status, rather than fundamental differences in principle between those who hold
different honor codes.

Dr Samuel Johnson, in his "A Dictionary of the English
Language" (1755), defined honor as having several senses, the first of which was "nobility of soul, magnanimity, and a scorn of meanness." This sort of honor derives from the perceived virtuous conduct and personal integrity of the person endowed with it. (From Wikipedia Online Encyclopedia) Personal dignity, character and nobility is what we will will seek to implant within you energetically, and cause to grow within you in the days, weeks and months ahead.

Self-Restraint
Self-restraint is the ability to control one's emotions, behavior, and desires to achieve a desired goal or purpose. Self-restraint (Self Control) as defined here is also known as impulse control or self regulation. Some psychologists prefer the term "impulse control" because it may be more precise. The term self regulation is used to refer to the many processes individuals use to manage drives and emotions. Therefore, self regulation also
embodies the concept of willpower. Self regulation is an
extremely important executive function of the brain. Deficits in self control/regulation are found in a large number of psychological disorders including ADHD, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, addiction, eating disorders and impulse control disorders. (Partial definition from Wikipedia Online Encyclopedia)

Charity
Acts of benevolence towards those who are weaker or less fortunate than yourself to assist them in the process of improving or easing their lot in life. This does not include the mistaken belief of modern society that thinks it is good to give to those who are capable of taking care of themselves, but are too lazy or self-centered to do so. Breeding a sense of entitlement in people serves no one. Giving assistance, motivation and the desire to better themself to someone serves everyone.

Honesty
In the ancient oath of a Knight Templar (Nobleman) or a Templar Sergeant (Common Man) was the admonition to “Always tell the truth even if it leads to your death.” Over the years, many Templars have either died or been sent to prison because they had the courage to do the right thing, and then again to tell the truth about it. Sometimes what is the right, good and true thing to do is also against the law. Still, in the vast majority of cases,
honesty is the best policy. “Always tell the truth…”

Integrity
According to the New American Dictionary, integrity is defined as “steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.” Simply put, it is doing what is right simply because it is right in spite of the consequences. I was once accused of doing something that I had not done, and the only way to extract myself from the situation was to betray the confidence of someone that I had counseled. I did not do so, and I suffered for it, but a firm commitment to not betray confidences is something that every counselor must accept. Many counselors have spent time in jail for contempt of court for refusing to betray the counselor client privilege. They were functioning in integrity by refusing to talk.

Kindness
A merciful or compassionate nature in which a person acts with courtesy and sympathy toward others. There is a Jewish concept called “Tikkun Olam” which translates as “Loving-kindness”, and there are three basic levels:

1. A favor done for someone who knows you did it, and can repay you in some way;

2. A favor done for someone who knows you did it, and yet who is unable to repay you in any way; and…

3. A favor done to help someone who does not know who did it
 or them.

The third form of kindness is the highest, and this process will give you the ability to see the many opportunities you have to engage in this higher form of kindness. Remember this old Yiddish teaching: “The greatest thing in the world is to do
somebody else a favor.”

Knowledge
A great part of being a true Knight is to seek to gain knowledge continuously both to make yourself a better Warrior, and also a human being who is better able to help meet the needs of others. There are many ways to serve the Goddess as well as others, and we strive to discover and learn them all. This empowerment will help you to gain knowledge more easily, and then see how to apply it in your own life and on behalf of others as well.

Wisdom
Knowledge + Experience = Wisdom. Wisdom can be gained in two ways. One is by making mistakes, and hopefully living through them, and the other is by learning from the mistakes of others. This is why we have spiritual and physical teachers who have been involved in what we are learning before we became so involved. They are then able to share with us what they have learned from their teachers, and also from their own experiences so that you do not have to repeat those mistakes unless you were inattentive in your lessons or you just want to. Of course, if you do the last two points then you may well gain some wisdom from your unwise actions. This empowerment will help you to find ways to gain great wisdom without suffering undue hardships along the way. A part of this will involve helping you to
be teachable.

Patience
The act of forbearing. Tolerance and restraint in the face of provocation; patience. The quality of being forbearing. The act of a creditor who refrains from enforcing a debt when it falls due. A teacher who acts with understanding of the difficulties of learning something new. The willingness to wait calmly for a desired outcome.

The Christian Bible says that patience comes by experiencing tribulations, but that is not the only way. Another way is to understand its definition, as given above, and to receive the energy of this empowerment process that will help you learn to manifest this quality in your life more easily. Of course, you can learn it the hard way if you want to, but why do that when you can gain
some ability in it by way of this empowerment.

Virtue
Moral excellence and righteousness; goodness. The ability to hold yourself to a higher standard of conduct than others. I have a plaque that I keep in my office where I can see it often titled as “In Search of Excellence”. It reads as follows:

Set, and demand, standards of excellence!
Anybody who accepts mediocrity…in school, in job, in life… is a
person who compromises.
And, when the leader compromises, then the entire organization
compromises.

I don’t know who the plaque is quoting, but I know that this is the way to a virtuous life. Always seek the “high road” through life, and hold yourself to a standard that sets a good example for others, and you will live a virtuous life that will lead you into spiritual mastery. This empowerment will help you to find the high road that is the best one for you to travel.

Compassion
Essentially, there are two kinds of compassion. One is the ability to act with gentleness and understanding toward those who are less fortunate than us, and the other is ruthless compassion which is doing what is best for someone whether they like it or not. Here are a couple of examples for you to consider.

There have been a number of times in my life when I have been hungry, and have almost starved to death twice. I know just how low someone will go in the quest for food since I have been there myself, and I have done some things at those times that I am not exactly proud of now, but I did what I had to do to be able to survive. So, when I can, I do my best to feed everyone and
everything I can, and that includes humans, animals, fish, birds, and just about everything else in creation because I understand what it feels like to be hungry, and so feel compassion for them.

On the other hand, I have Apprentices who occasionally don’t keep their commitments, or who try to run away from their Shadows, and I force them to deal with those issues sometimes to the point of seeming to be cruel and vicious. But, I know that if they don’t face their darkness and make peace with it then they will never achieve the purpose for which they are involved in this process and in this life. That is what is known as ruthless compassion. It is rarely fun for either of us, but it is the best thing for them.

Combine these two lists of the qualities of great Warriors, and you have what we propose to instill within you through the process of Clinical Hypnosis as learned within the tradition of Ninjutsu.

The following is a song that speaks to me about my life as a Warrior and a Shaman slaying one "Dragon" or another. You are welcome to listen to it, but if you don't like hard rock music then you may want to pass:


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Ethics of the Shaman Empowerments

It is rare to find one who truly lives a principled life rather than one that is subjective and only interested in what feels good at the moment. True leaders, Shamans and Warriors live a principled life, and this process will help you to find your way upon that path by embedding 26 qualities and character traits of true leaders deep into your subconscious mind, and setting up a process that will allow you to break destructive habits that cause you to live in fear or with ways of being that are counter-productive to your ability to function as a true and principled leader.

Here is the list for the character traits in this process:
1. Maturity; 2. Commitment; 3. Judgement; 4. Courage;
5. Initiative; 6. Decisiveness; 7. Empathy; 8. Self-confidence; 9. Adaptability; 10. Imagination; 11. Character; 12. Intellect; 13. Honor; 14. Integrity; 15. Valor; 16. Temperance; 17. Self-restraint; 18. Charity; 19. Honesty; 20. Integrity; 21. Kindness; 22. Knowledge; 23. Wisdom; 24. Patience; 25. Virtue; and 26. Compassion. A complete list of the basic definitions that we use are given above.

These qualities and traits are embedded within your subconscious as well as conscious minds through an energetic process that sets up a greater affinity for those traits that you already have completely, and sets up a dissonance with the others against their negative opposites that then shows you the better way to go, and allowing you to choose the path that you most desire. That dissonance will remain until you adopt the quality that you chose to attune to over the less positive alternative, and then the dissonance will disappear unless you choose to revert to the previously unwanted and less desirable behavior. 

Like a Shaman, a Warrior is a leader. It matters not if you like it. The Path is what it is, and since you have committed yourself to it then it is also what you are. These character traits are the qualities of any leader in any fashion, be it spiritual or mundane. Some people have more of them, and some have less, but everyone has the capacity within them to have them all and perfectly. Making that true for you is what this empowerment process is all about.

Here is what this energy will do for you: Being deeply seated in both your conscious and subconscious minds, the energy of this quality will begin to seek dominance in every area of your life where the quality of this definition is not fully in manifestation, and this will set up a dissonant energy in your mind that will motivate you to act in this better way until it becomes an ingrained habit for you to do so. In most cases, this will take a minimum of 39 days so you might actually want to do only one attunement every 39 days instead of one per week. But, you do have free will so you can do more if you want to. And, when the spirits say that “You can if you want to!” then you had better think long and hard about it before you blithely continue on. Having a major amount of dissonance going on in your life wiold not be fun, and once it is started then you cannot shut it off.

Should you decide that you are happy with your life the way it is then you really should go look at a different page on this website, because if you do this then your life will be radically changed when it is overwith. Granted, it will change for the better, but this is not always a comfortable process.

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