The Whole Warrior has three main functions. First, his strengths and discipline are our source of power. Second, he uses his power to set and enforce boundaries for the protection of vulnerable things in the world. And third, he commits his power to the King in service of something greater than himself.
Posts in this category include these topics: the power-vulnerability dynamic; moving from mother’s to father’s world; anger, individuation, and masculinity; power; boundaries; serving the King; mission and shadow mission; and the Warrior’s two shadows—the Masochist and the Sadist. They also consider the synergistic Warrior.
To learn more, read the summary for Chapter 5.