How to Get Your Warrior Back | Part 2

Yesterday we looked at two strategies to get your warrior back. Today we’ll conclude with three more.

Warrior woman

It’s Time To get Your Warrior Back!
Photo Credit: Andreas Øverland


Decide really is the most powerful word in the English language. After being with my big-spirited friends, I was able to DECIDE that I was done. No more depression. No more victim spirit. No more feeling sorry for myself. My God is bigger than that, and I wasn’t going to allow this behavior to continue to insult my God and ruin my life. Deuteronomy 30:19 is a command to choose life, which a decision. I changed my self-talk and my attitude, and my emotions followed.

Change Your Thinking From Victim To Victor

Closely related to deciding was changing my thinking from victim to victor. I implemented a mindset of determination and faith. I refused all temptation to feel sorry for myself. I began to proclaim the power of God. I changed my thinking to the Christus Victor aspect of salvation, which says that because of the crucifixion and resurrection, Jesus has already won the victory over sin and death. Therefore, that victory is mine. Changing my thinking isn’t easy, but when I’m consistent, it doesn’t take long to be effective.

Active Praise

Praise always breaks depression. Isaiah 61:3 says the Lord will provide “a garment of praise for a spirit of heaviness (KJV). I certainly had a heavy spirit. I found passionate worship music on YouTube and kept it playing all the time. I also took opportunities to actively worship, using my whole body. Singing out loud. Raising my hands. I’ve found that getting my body involved is very important in breaking off depression. The emotions follow the body.

So if you are struggling with feeling totally bowed over, decide it’s time to get your warrior back, and take these simple steps. You’ll be glad you did.


How to Get Your Warrior Back




2 thoughts on “How to Get Your Warrior Back | Part 2

  1. Valerie Benavidez

    I think I now consider you one of my big-spirited people. This message added to your series on happiness is significant and so helpful. Thank you!

    1. Pat Sikora Post author

      Thanks, Valerie. Coming from you, that means a lot. i hope you’ll share this series with your friends and network.


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