A Warrior’s Creed




I have no parents:
I make the heaven and earth my parents.

I have no home:
I make awareness my home.

I have no life and death:
I make the tides of breathing my life and death.

I have no divine powers:
I make honesty my divine power.

I have no means:
I make understanding my means.

I have no magic secrets:
I make character my magic secret.

I have no body:
I make endurance my body.

I have no eyes:
I make the flash of lightning my eyes.

I have no ears:
I make sensibility my ears.

I have no limbs:
I make promptness my limbs.

I have no strategy:
I make “unshadowed by thought” my strategy.

I have no design:
I make “seizing opportunity by the forelock” my design.

I have no miracles:
I make right action my miracle.

I have no principles:
I make adaptability to all circumstances my principle.

I have no tactics:
I make emptiness and fullness my tactics.

I have no talent:
I make ready wit my talent.

I have no friends:
I make my mind my friend.

I have no enemy:
I make carelessness my enemy.

I have no armor:
I make benevolence and righteousness my armor.

I have no castle:
I make immovable mind my castle.

I have no sword:
I make absence of self my sword.

Anonymous Samurai song – 14th century


Deep gratitude and appreciation to Stuart Wilde for giving me this creed. I first heard it when I attended his magnificent “Warrior’s In The Mist” 8 day intensive many years ago. It is powerful because of it’s simplicity and straightforward approach to living. I would suggest that you add this, along with the Warrior’s Prayer, to your daily meditations. The changes that will come about for you will be amazing. =)

Bright Blessings,

Ross – “Tolemac”


Samurai image courtesy of Rodolfo Carvalho at Atelier and DeviantArt with much gratitude.

Processing Fear Easily – Stuart Wilde

I am reprinting this article from Stuart’s blog for 2 reasons. One, now that he is no longer posting there, I want to share this in case the blog closes down, and two, because this is one of the very best articles on dealing with fear. Enjoy!

One of my readers told me the most impacting thing he read in my books was where I said, “Refuse to be scared in this lifetime”.

Fear is a terrible affliction, it cripples your ability to think clearly and act decisively. Some low-level fear is ok, it acts as a warning signal but constant fear turns one into a zombie, an automaton easily manipulated. Here’s how you fix it.
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All fear comes from loss or the perception in the mind of a possible loss: fear of change (loss of the status quo), fear of a loss of health, fear of a loss of money, loss of a relationship, loss of status/importance, loss of control etc. The ego reacts to loss usually with anger. If that emotion is very strong it collapses the holographic fields around you putting you in a tight tube, it’s not good.

First, realize most of the stuff you were scared of in this life never came to anything. Second, change is often a gift; so your husband ran away with Darlene from the Dog and Duck, it was a shock, you got angry then a month later you realize what gift it was, you felt free for the first time in years, your soul was liberated. Yippee!

Change is fine never resist it. Keep telling yourself change is normal.

In my books I say “Be nothing” it’s the antithesis of the New Age teachers that say struggle to become something. But if you can realize your presence on earth is irrelevant, it frees you from the ego-prison of specialness, and the effort involved in holding up all your illusions. Your illusions often scare you.

You don’t need much to survive and be happy, a roof over your head, some warm clothes, love, friendship, food. A friend of mine only eats at night and he has three or four table spoons of food on his plate nothing more. No desert, no seconds, no piling the food high, no snacks during the day, he has lived like this for years. Four spoons of food are less than a dollar a day.

Most of the stuff you think you need you don’t actually need. Downsizing is calming, consumption sometimes creates fear. Transcending not trans-spending, that’s the way.
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If you worry about your health take action, improve your life style, reduce stress, the more alkaline and calm you become the more healthy you are. If you are over weight fix it now—fat inhibits blood into your cells and so it inhibits oxygen—fat and fear are very closely linked, most people don’t know that. A meat diet will make you scared as you ingest the animal’s fear—their torment. Try to be a vegetarian, if not already so.

Keep your water intake up at all times, when you get dehydrated fear will creep in. Sometimes you need two lethicin tablets a day with your water that helps carry the liquid into you cells. Try to sleep properly and not drink coffee beyond mid-afternoon.
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Stay away from people that have scary energies and stay away from dangerous places, like the red-light district say, where the black fractal codes people emit can jump on your crown chakra and carry you down. Stay away from pot and porno as it brings in the ghouls and avoid people that suck energy and drain you.

Fix interpersonal problems, make peace. Usually it will cost you, but often it’s best to pay the rip off and get free. Humans emit a black fog or mist that I named the ‘black attention’, the less of that you have around you the better it is.

I evoke the black attention deliberately, it’s part of my job getting the ghouls to chase me. That is why I drop m’ pants when I see the UFOs, and show em m’ lilywhite ass. But most people need as little of the black attention as possible.
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Blow love at all the antagonistic people in your life and blow love in the street when you pass someone that is devilish or angry. Don’t stand next to that sort of person on the bus going to work. Take constant evasive action. Make that part of your modus operandi.

Pray for help, often it comes as an energy burst of light from the inner worlds that makes you feel better. If you are depressed take 5HTP, it fixes the serotonin levels in your brain. Try to mediate every day at the same time for twenty-four minutes, it builds a deep calm.

Try to spend a little time in nature every day with the tress, even if it is only ten minutes. They process fear for you and offer a celestial peace. Put your crown chakra against the trunk of a tree for a minute or so, that allows you to enter a special world. It helps.

Try to stay legal as best as possible as it can wreck your energy if you are doing stuff that is illegal, or if your paperwork is not in order. The fascist state is all around us and it’s getting worse—their world is dying—they will become ever more ugly, stay under the radar.

Be nobody, be humble, it’s safer. I often shuffle about dressed in scruffy clothes when I need to get in and out of dodgy places frequented by the criminal classes, melting into the scenery is an art form. ‘Smiley country’ if you know what that means.

Lean towards love at all times, cut people slack, forgive and forget, and be kind, very kind, the more you do that the less fear you will have. People rise up to support you. Refuse to be scared in this lifetime. Okay bye for now. (sw)

The only things I will add here are, primarily, to be really easy on yourself about this at first. We’ve all been programmed to be afraid from day one, so it’ll take some time to let that go. One of the best things you can do to help yourself with this is to learn how to ground yourself everyday and to consider getting an energy healing to help you clear out everyone else’s negativity.

Bright Blessings =)

Ross – “Tolemac”

Just Breathe…

Introducing the “Life-Love” Breathing Method

Like most kids with any kind of athletic ability, I was always playing some sport or another from an early age. Baseball, football, basketball, gymnastics, tennis, volleyball, etc. Throughout all the different sports I played and then getting into martial arts and yoga when I was older, there was one phrase that I heard over and over again from my various coaches and trainers: “Breathe through the pain”.

If you’ve participated in any type of sports or physical training/conditioning, you’ve probably heard it too. The idea is simple enough. If you get enough oxygen going through your system, it’ll help to dull down the pain signal by overriding it with O2. Well, at least that was the thought given to us from our coaches. While it seemed to work somewhat, it never worked like I thought they meant for it to work, and when I asked my friends and teammates about it, they too said it “sorta worked” for them, but not so much, really.

It wasn’t until the mid ’80s while I was attending metaphysical classes at the Psychic Eye book store in Burbank, CA. that I was given the real way to breathe when dealing with either physical or emotional pain. Our teacher, Alan Schwartz, was always bringing in guest speakers from various esoteric, spiritual and metaphysical modalities for us to learn from. One of those teachers was the very wonderful Master Paulie Zink.

Master Zink is a Grand Champion and Hall of Fame martial artist and yoga master, so he’s eminently familiar with pain. He said, “Don’t breathe through the pain, breathe into the pain.” The technique that he gave us was to visualize our breath literally going into the area of the body that the pain signal was coming from. He said, “See your breath going from your lungs as you breathe in, and going to the pain and going into the pain. See the pain being reduced and removed as you breathe into it.” He also taught us to use this same method to reduce stress, tension and to let go of emotional pain.

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It absolutely worked. Others in the class, after going through the breathing exercises, told of how they were definitely feeling a major reduction in either pain or stress (and sometimes both). I wasn’t dealing with any physical pain at the time, but I could feel my stress level (due to my job at the time) drop about 80% from what it was. The tension I had been feeling in my trapezius muscles (the muscles between your shoulder and neck) was almost completely gone.

It’s interesting, isn’t it, that we can spend our whole lives doing something all day, every day (’cause we have to) and then learn how to do it better and in a way that will benefit us on all levels. The best part of the whole thing is how easy it is, and that you can do this anywhere that you can give yourself two minutes away from distractions. The feelings of relief and calmness that follows the exercise are amazing. As a former CPR instructor, another thing that I equated with this technique is that we are breathing “life” into those areas that need “rejuvenating”. That was again further enhanced when I started learning from Stuart Wilde about “blowing love” at people and things that could use it. Breathing life and love into our own being. What a wonderful gift to give to ourselves. That’s why I am calling it the “Life-Love” method.

The “Life-Love” Breathing technique

So, here is the better way to breathe and the visualization as I now use it and teach it. You can modify the visualization part to suit your needs: First off, just as a matter of habit and for better health, start breathing so that your stomach expands/protrudes instead of your chest. This allows you to breathe deeper. By breathing in this way, you are getting much more oxygen into your body, which will help your immune system and help keep your bodies energy up. Breathe as deeply and easily as you can, in through your nose and exhale as much air as you can out through your mouth. Just this alone will slow your heart rate down and begin to release body tension.

Now, sitting or lying down in a comfortable position, ground yourself, close your eyes and as you breathe in, direct your “life-love” breath into the area of your body that is experiencing pain. See the energy of life and love going right into the pain and see that beautiful energy diminishing it. As you breathe out, see the pain reducing further and further, until the pain is completely gone. Yes, you can absolutely reduce the pain to nothingness if you allow yourself to let it go. If what you are dealing with is emotional pain, then first breathe into the area of your physical body that is in pain, then see your “life-love” breath going into the emotion you are feeling and reducing it just as easily as it reduced your body pain.

As you let the pain go, forgive yourself for putting yourself in pain. Forgive whoever else is involved if there is anyone that contributed to the pain. Know that it’s ok to let it go and that you do not have to be in pain to get the lesson you wanted to get. If, while you are doing this, the pain feels “stuck”, then use this more advanced grounding technique to help unstick it. Don’t be upset if you don’t let go of the pain completely the first time you use this method. Everyone is different and each of us has a different level of resistance to letting things go. The “habit” of the pain can be very strong, especially if it’s something you’ve been experiencing for a long time, so be gentle and easy with yourself. If it takes one time to let it go, that’s ok. If it takes 20 times to let it go, that’s ok. There is no right or wrong here. Just relief, and you will feel relief each time you use this to let go of any pain you are dealing with.

Please let me know if you have any questions, and we’d love to hear your stories of how this worked for you.

I wish you all Deep Peace. =)

Ross – “Tolemac”

The Power of Perception in a Fast-Changing World

Spiritual Tactics You Need to Know—Where to Go, What to Do

Stuart Wilde is presenting one of his acclaimed, life-changing weekend workshops, in Las Vegas, NV, September 4th-6th, 2009.

The weekend will offer you an intense training in the power of perception, so you can learn to see the Morph, which Stuart says is the best way of staying safe and being able to intuit “what to do and where to go” in turbulent times.

There is no hard and fast recipe for everyone, for the information you seek is deep inside you. There is hidden glory in there, and the spiritual guiding systems inside of you know every minute detail of you and what you actually need, and that comes through to you gradually in what SW calls “pure information”.

To learn more about this exciting event, click this link: “Learn To See” with Stuart Wilde

Bright Blessings,

Ross – Tolemac

Gayatri Mantra – Stuart Wilde & Richard Tyler

This is an incredible rendition of the Gayatri Mantra, both visually and sonically, created by Stuart Wilde and Richard Tyler. I suggest that while you listen, you use the simple mudhra (hand position) of having your hands on your legs, palms up, with the tips of your thumb and middle finger touching on both hands.

Here are the words:

Om Bhur Bhuvah Suvaha,
Thath Savithur Varenyam,
Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi,
Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayath

We meditate upon the radiant Divine Light of that adorable Sun of Spiritual Consciousness; May it awaken our intuitional consciousness.

The primeval sound, Brahman, the One, the Godhead, Supreme Deity

The physical world, earth, existence

Consciousness, the world of becoming

The celestial, spiritual world

That; God; transcendental Paramatma

Savitri, the Spiritual Sun (that from which all is born), the One Light, the all-pervading Consciousness

Most excellent, adorable, fit to be worshipped, venerable, worthy of being sought

Radiance, effulgence, splendor (the light that bestows understanding)

Resplendent, supreme Lord, divine, of the deity

We meditate upon, or may we meditate upon, reflect upon, be devoted to

The intellect, prayer, noble thoughts, intuition, understanding of Reality

He who, the one who


Enlighten, may he energize, direct, inspire, guide, unfold

Satnam Waheguru
Deep Peace

Ross – “Tolemac”