The Intelligent Warrior

Steve Jones has advanced the Body Mind Spirit (BMS) system, which encourages the development of all three areas in order to find the focus and balance required to achieve your goals.

Steve Jones’ Body Mind Spirit system shows you how to excel at whatever life throws at you, from self-defence on the streets, dealing with office bully tactics or giving a speech in front of a crowd of people. Using kung fu, dynamic meditation and chi gung, this is a unique guide to achieving success, confidence and balance in modern life.

The Intelligent Warrior is a unique guidebook to finding balance and success in life, teaching the reader how to cope with any situation- whether a spiritual, mental or physical challenge- that modern life can throw at you.

As well as being a book for martial arts students, this book is ideal for anyone wanting to succeed in business. Steve Jones uses martial arts in the same way that Bill Phillips, Baron Baptiste and Tony Buzan use body building, yoga and mind-maps, as a tool to achieving mental and physical prowess.

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“People often joke that while there’s an owner’s manual for a computer or a car, there’s isn’t one for Life. Well, now there is. Steve Jones has taken his mastery of kung fu and shown how its basic core principles can be applied to any situation we are likely to ‘confront’ in our everyday lives. The essence of this is learning how to be ‘mindful in the body’. We learn to master any situation — from speaking in public, working more efficiently, or feeling safer and more confident in social situations or walking alone at night — by understanding how our thoughts, emotions and body interact as one. The Intelligent Warrior contains a series of simple, powerful and practical exercises that will establish this understanding. It is a unique and valuable treasury of insight, information that you will” come back to again and again.

Bruce Thomas best selling author of “Bruce Lee Fighting Spirit” and world renowned bass player

..awareness and presence are the first two lines of defence