I was amazed at how well this describes Quaker meeting for worship, from my experience, anyway.
The Warrior of the Light meditates.
He sits in a quiet place in his tent and surrenders himself to the divine light. When he does this, he tries not to think about anything; he shuts himself off from the search for pleasure, from challenges and revelations, and allows his gifts and powers to reveal themselves.
Even if he does not recognize them then, these gifts and powers will take care of his life and will influence his day-to-day existence.
While he meditates, the Warrior is not himself, but a spark from the Soul of the World. Meditation gives him an understanding of his responsibilities and of how he should behave accordingly.
A Warrior of the Light knows that in the silence of his heart he will hear an order that will guide him.
Coelho, Paulo. Warrior of the Light: A Manual (pp. 26-27). HarperCollins. Kindle Edition.