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What Do You Get When You Mix Testosterone and History? This Book

The Way of The Conscious Warrior: A Handbook For 21 Century Men  by P.T. Mistlberger

(Book Review by Eddy)

                 How do you control uncontrollable testosterone? You calm it down with the perfect dose of history. The Way of The Conscious Warrior by P.T. Mistlberger is a book full of disciplinary codes, history of warriors, and past wars. Buckle down and get ready for history 101.

                Within the first few pages P.T. talks about 21 century men and how they cope with family members. He gives specifications towards different kinds of men, 3 to be exact. These specifications can be tied with his “Masculine Core and Warrior Qualities”, it’s a level of identity for men not to take certain situations too personal and how men should carry a respectful composure. The book is filled with men from all kinds of war eras and all different kinds of warriors from multiple cultures. There are some warrior cultures that I haven’t even heard, and they are crazy cool. If you’re a nerd like me, you’ll be stoked to read this book.

From pages 169-262, is “The Way of The Conscious Warrior”. You’ll be learning about warrior codes, integrating the beast, meditation, guidelines for an intimate relationship, essential secrets and so much more manly things. As you know by now, this book is geared towards men and I would recommend this book to those who are interested in war history, martial artist, and for men who seek self-discipline. If you love reading The Art of War BySun Tzu, you’ll love this one as well.

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Synopsis From The Book

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 fulfillment in life.



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