The Birth of the Warrior Spirit

Growing up in a middle class artistic family, in Canada, was furthest away from any type of warrior’s way of life.

While exceptionally fortunate and blessed in her experiences and everything that classical music offers a person and the cultural enrichment of this world, any greater sense of purpose or inner fire, was not there for Beth.

It wasn’t until life circumstances brought her to a place of complete surrender and fear – where she had to dig deep into her own capacities to find that inner fire, that sense of greater purpose. It was at that point where she realized that most of her life, while blessed with great moments and opportunities, did not require her to know and be herself on a deeper level. And so, as a result, in an effort to be who she thought she should be, she became a chameleon of sorts – taking on personas, identities and characteristics that weren’t truly the heart of who she was, all the while further distancing herself from who she really was.

It was when her world and everything she thought to be true, came crumbling down, where she was forced to acknowledge her mistakes, her weaknesses and her fears. It was there, in the darkness and depth of her innermost cave, where she came face to face with the fact she had no idea who she was.

That was when the work really began.

None of her training as a classical musician, none of her practices doing yoga or meditating, none of her work with therapists, none of her passions in weight training and fitness, were going to help her. What got her that far in life, was not going to get her the rest of the way. They weren’t going to save her. No one could. This was an internal war she had to face on her own, by herself. And in order to do so, she needed to become the warrior she never knew she needed to be to action the changes she had to make.

It’s one thing to dream about being a warrior, and another thing to do what you need to do to embody everything that that means.
One requires action, risk and change. The other, safety and remaining complacent in who you are.

It was at this point that Beth knew what she needed to do.

She needed to learn to pick up her own sword, to fight for the better parts of herself. She needed to believe in herself beyond any doubts or fears. Despite the hopelessness, despair and uncertainties. She knew that she no longer wanted to remain in the victim mode that kept her afraid, kept her co-dependent, kept her stuck in toxic cycles that prevented her from moving on. Beth knew she had to change the narrative, rewrite the story, and become the greatest hero in her life. She knew she had to identify with something different, something greater than who she was, someone more powerful and courageous than ever before; her inner warrior spirit.


Over time, with consistent discipline and arduous work harnessing and strengthening her warrior spirit, came greater confidence, greater intuition, greater inner and outer strength, great purpose and direction, a deeper understanding of who she is and who she isn’t, an inherent sense of honor and integrity, unending perseverance in the face of adversity, deep passion, a true actualization of compassion and forgiveness, an ability to action wants and dreams, immense inner peace and harmony, & greater prosperity, love, and joy.

The most healing and “miraculous” effect of it all was coming to realize that this embodied warrior spirit had been a part of Beth all along – an aspect of herself she had forgotten and disconnected from at a very young age, because of various life events and circumstances.

In the end, this process of becoming the warrior she needed to be, was actually a journey of remembering who she was, all along.

Beth’s philosophy is grounded in the belief that every individual possesses an inherent warrior spirit capable of overcoming adversity and achieving greatness. Through her guidance and support, she empowers others to embark on their own journeys of self-discovery, helping them to live more authentic, fulfilling lives.

Beth Sturdevant’s passion and beliefs in everyone’s Warrior Spirit is not just about healing; it’s about awakening the warrior within each person, inspiring them to lead lives filled with courage, resilience, and purpose.

Contact Beth to find out how she can help you remember your warrior spirit.


A warrior spirit is the part of you that embodies strength, resilience, courage, and an unwavering determination to overcome obstacles and challenges. It is often associated with a mindset or an inner drive that enables individuals to face adversity with bravery and perseverance.

Key Attributes of a Warrior Spirit

  1. Strength:
    • Physical: The capacity to endure physical hardships and challenges.
    • Emotional: The ability to manage emotions and remain grounded during difficult times.
    • Mental: The capability to maintain focus, determination, and clarity of thought under pressure.
  2. Resilience:
    • Adaptability: The ability to bounce back from setbacks and adapt to changing circumstances.
    • Endurance: Sustaining effort and commitment despite prolonged difficulties or repeated failures.
  3. Courage:
    • Facing Fears: The willingness to confront fears and take risks, even when the outcome is uncertain.
    • Standing Up: Having the bravery to stand up for one’s beliefs, values, and rights.
  4. Determination:
    • Perseverance: Persisting in the face of challenges and not giving up easily.
    • Commitment: Staying dedicated to goals and purposes, even when the path is tough.
  5. Integrity:
    1. Honesty: Being truthful and maintaining moral and ethical principles.
    2. Honor: Conducting oneself with dignity and respect, upholding one’s values and principles.
  6. Compassion:
    1. Empathy: Understanding and being sensitive to the experiences and feelings of others.
    2. Supportiveness: Offering help and encouragement to others in their struggles.

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Cultural and Historical Context

The concept of the warrior spirit is deeply rooted in various cultures and historical contexts. It is often associated with ancient warriors, samurai, and soldiers who exemplified these qualities in battle. However, in modern times, the warrior spirit transcends physical combat and can be applied to everyday life challenges.

In contemporary settings, a warrior spirit can manifest in various aspects of life, including:

  • Personal Development: Overcoming personal fears, insecurities, and limitations to achieve growth and self-improvement.
  • Professional Challenges: Facing career setbacks, pursuing ambitious goals, and demonstrating leadership and perseverance in the workplace.
  • Health and Wellness: Battling illnesses, maintaining fitness, and adopting a disciplined lifestyle to achieve physical and mental well-being.
  • Social Activism: Standing up against injustice, advocating for rights, and contributing to societal change.
  • Inner Strength: Cultivating a deep sense of inner fortitude and self-belief that empowers individuals to navigate life’s challenges.
  • Mindfulness and Presence: Maintaining awareness and presence in the moment, which helps in dealing with stress and adversity with a clear and focused mind.

The warrior spirit is a powerful and inspiring concept that encourages individuals to harness their inner strength, courage, and resilience to overcome obstacles and lead a fulfilling life. Whether in personal growth, or professional endeavors, embodying a warrior spirit can lead to significant and positive transformations.

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Embodying the warrior spirit should never detract or dismiss the importance of honoring the true warriors throughout history, past, present and future; men and women who devote themselves to the arduous training and lifestyles required to defend and protect others.

Remembering the warrior spirit within ourselves, helps us to better understand and appreciate the incredible dedication and sacrifices needed to live that out in service of our countries and others, as well.

Thank you to all of the men and women who dedicate themselves to making the world a safer place.