Death Grip on the Pommel, A Warrior's Journey to Grace by John G. Myerson and Judith Robbins

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John Myerson is a powerful shamanic healer whose patients know him as a calm and protective presence. What they don't realize is the long struggle he' s had to overcome an instinctive tendency toward violence and rage. This book tells the story of his work as a warrior, to attack only wisely, to overcome the fear he faced in dealing with himself, and to achieve an evolving understanding of the balance needed in order to love as well as to strike out. As his story unfolds, he shares what he's learned about discipline and recounts the stories of others he's worked with and learned from along the Way. Finally, he tells of facing his own nature and fear that leads to being given what some might call grace. Fascinating as his own story, Death Grip on the Pommel also offers insight and suggestions to others who seek to learn their own nature, both the light and the shadow sides, to achieve balance, and to move toward connection with an energy and Way of Being beyond themselves.
 

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Published January 1, 2012 by LifeArts Press. 139 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.