The Imperial Guardian Lions have been turned to stone, their powers hidden in waiting. A warlord wants to steal this power and become supreme ruler under the heavens. Two young Guardian Lions, Earth and Sky, have other ideas. But before they can save Earth’s brother, Tao, from pending doom, they will need to find courage and wisdom. Sky knows just the place to look – The Divine Peach, an ancient tree that fruits every three thousand years. The time has come.
Together with inspiration and insights from the ancient system of the Shaolin Arts, ‘The Guardian Lions’ reveals a path to health and happiness often overlooked.
Through the adventures of two young Guardian Lions we learn about the struggles we face, such as: dealing with fears, feeling alone, finding courage, judgment, handling overwhelming emotions, overcoming violence and aggression and working with others.
Words from Shaolin Grandmaster - Wong Kiew Kit:
Besides the fun of reading exciting adventures, the story in the book also teaches readers invaluable lessons to lead their lives meaningfully and rewardingly, like how to overcome fear and anxiety, how to deal with demanding situations calmly and effectively, and how to make the best of situations we face every day. This book is both interesting to read, and educational in the lessons it conveys.
Whilst the book was initially aimed at children aged 7-11 it became apparent through time that readers of all ages will benefit from the story of finding courage and wisdom and learn how to deal with the many struggles we face to live a healthier and more joyful life.