New Warrior Training Adventure April 13-15, 2012
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Your commitment to your own future; as a better father, son, partner, husband, friend … a better man … is in your hands. The event is a weekend program called the New Warrior Training Adventure. It is widely regarded as one of the most powerful experiences a man can undertake to move his life forward and build on the successes he has created.
The men who undertake this work, and stick with it, are changing the world – one family and community at a time. They are powerful role models and inspired action takers. They are social inventors and collaborative leaders. They’re tough and gentle, fierce and wise. You’re invited to do the work that helped these men become what they are today, and to join them in a growing global community.
Take a look at the video below.
Men of Georgia – Ready? Take Action:
New Warrior Training Adventure – Rutledge, Georgia on April 13-15
Previous cultures throughout history always intended authentic masculine initiation. But their vision and their cultural context of the world was necessarily limited. Since the first earthrise photograph from outer space, we have entered a new mythological era. For the first time in human history, we have before us the possibility of authentic masculine initiation – an initiation into the global brotherhood. — Dr. Robert Moore – Member of the ManKind Project
Throughout the years as a mental health clinician I have heard and read great stories about men attending the New Warrior Training and benefiting from MKP initiatives. Once more, I recently saw the life-transforming signs of a male client of mine who finally decided to take on the risk, face his fears head on, attend a NWTA weekend, and start feeling again. It is thanks to weekends like these that “guys” take the first steps to become “new and better men” with their children, with women, and with other men. MKP is doing great work!
Words cannot describe my gratitude toward the MKP and its effect on my father, on my family, and on my own life — past, present, and future. I hope the little boy of my father’s past would look up to the man he is today; I know I do. I’m such a lucky daughter. I don’t know that he’ll ever read this, but I want to say to the Universe: I love you, Dad. Thank you, MKP trusted servants, for your work as warriors.
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