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Welcome to Peaceful Warriors

Welcome to Peaceful Warriors!
"A Peaceful Warrior Resides Within Each Of Us. 
Summon The Serenity Of Your Own Soul And Experience The Freedom To Be"

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As someone who has not served in the military, I have great respect and admiration for those who do. It is an honor and a sincere privilege to volunteer for  those who serve our country at JB MDL.  It is my experience with 8 years of troops returning from war that I realized the greater need to offer them the tools to help them uncover the good that still resides under the layers of dust that war leaves behind.   With that was the birth of "Peaceful Warriors" and a desire to help all of those who have suffered from trauma.  It doesn't matter what your trauma is, it is trauma and it is not reserved only for situations of military combat.  Abuse, car accidents, war, addiction, violence, and natural disasters are all examples of trauma that can turn a person's life upside down and seemingly, inside out.    It is up to each of us to summon the peaceful warrior within us so that we too can reclaim the land within our own soul.  It is ours to claim, but just like the farmer must cultivate his land for the harvest, we too must cultivate an inner peacefulness for the harvest of joy and contentment in our lives. 
 




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Vicki Pfeffer on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 4:54 PM
Peaceful Warriors will provide an alternate path to the healing process, for some the healing process does not happen easily, if at all. This will provide the necessary tools within one's self to aid in the healing/recovery from trauma and loss.
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