Session Three: Warrior, Lover, Magician, King
with Michael Rice
In this session, Michael Rice shares six stories from the workshops he leads for men, and (with his partner) for men and women. Here are some of the themes he brings forth:
- Creating and experiencing a “field of yes” for masculine/feminine healing.
- Penetrating the membrane through resonance and presence, and the disastrous consequences of male arrogance.
- The Warrior’s power of intention.
- The King on his throne.
- The transformation of any emotion into love, and what that makes possible for wounded men.
- Destructiveness and its relationship to creativity.
In the fourth story, a little over an hour into the material, you will receive a kind of homework assignment which will be reinforced by a guided meditation that Michael will lead us in. The assignment is to download and write out your personal declaration of self and of truth. Listen to the recording to understand it.
About Michael Michael Rice is a practical visionary, who transforms dreams into reality. A Bioarchitect, Master Geometer, Designer, Builder, Shaman, Warrior, Teacher and Healer, he skilfully bridges the worlds to support people to touch and express their deepest purpose and fullest potential and to manifest beauty and harmony in their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Michael has developed and is offering exciting new programs on the practical application of Sacred Geometry to Life, Love and Relationships, designed to educate and enthuse people to be more open to see, feel and express the sacred in each moment. He also offers a series for men called Braveheart.
A Conversation with Michael Rice
Questions for Study, Meditation, and Discussion
- Take note of what the stories in the recorded session triggers in you: judgements, longing, revulsion, inspiration…
- Contemplate the following quotes:
– “You can be in control without being controlling.”
- “Aversion to violence can be aversion to confrontation in disguise.”
- “it is out of fear that men act out violently.”
- Really explore what makes YOU act violently. By “violently” I don’t just mean physical violence. I mean any attempt to hurt another person, perhaps by a put-down, a passive-aggressive statement, a sneaky observation that sounds neutral but is subtly designed to make someone feel bad. Bring to mind a time when you did that. Without judgement, recreate the feeling you had in the split second before. Share this story on the Facebook group.
Michael’s Mandalas are located at the bottom of this page.
Follow-up Conversation with Q&A
We’ve moved all course discussions onto our online community, A New and Ancient Story. To join the discussion forum, go to the landing page and read the introduction and posting guidelines. Then, if those resonate, apply to join (all serious applicants are accepted). Once you are a member, find the discussion group for this course among the course forums on the left menu.