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The Four Agreements

A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book)

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Publisher: Amber-Allen Publishing

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Language:English | Number of Pages: 138 | Format: Paperback

Isbn-10: 1878424319 | Isbn-13: 9781878424310 | Publish date: 

Also available as: Others , Audio CD , Hardcover , Audio Cassette

Category: Religion & Spirituality

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Book Description
In The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting agreements that rob people of joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, the Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform anyone's life to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love. These agreements are deceptively simple: Be impeccable with your word (speak with integrity; say only what you mean); Don't take anything personally (nothing others do is because of you); Don't make assumptions (find the courage to ask questions and express what you really want); Always do your best (and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret). Peter Coyote's resonant reading emphasizes the power in these remarkable tenets.
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  • 5

    Sulla scia di "The mastery of love", anche questo trovo sia un libro meraviglioso.. pieno zeppo di significati importanti sui quali mi sono soffermata + volte a riflettere. Da rileggere + volte e con sempre maggiore attenzione..

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  • 5

    Ancient Toltec Wisdom, based around four simple rules. Life is what you make of it - so make it heaven on earth. It's one of those books that can really make a difference in how you view life - every inspiring.

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  • 4

    Good guidelines for a good life

    Along the lines of other self-help books, this one contains wisdom that is well, pretty obvious. The way the author tries to portray the knowledge, based on Toltec wisdom is intriguing. It applies spirituality and a sense of connectedness that I could relate to. However, anyone with no true spiri ...continue

    Along the lines of other self-help books, this one contains wisdom that is well, pretty obvious. The way the author tries to portray the knowledge, based on Toltec wisdom is intriguing. It applies spirituality and a sense of connectedness that I could relate to. However, anyone with no true spirituality or faith in high powers may find this book a little much.

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  • 5

    An important book everyone could benefit from reading. I've read this more than once and think about its 4 basic lessons for living on a daily basis. It has helped me simplify my life and thoughts.

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  • 4

    Very interesting read and it's written simply enough that it's quick and easy to read also. However, I'm not sure I really understand it's lessons. In one part, it says to only be true to yourself and your feelings, but then later it says not to call someone stupid. What if your feelings reall ...continue

    Very interesting read and it's written simply enough that it's quick and easy to read also. However, I'm not sure I really understand it's lessons. In one part, it says to only be true to yourself and your feelings, but then later it says not to call someone stupid. What if your feelings really are that someone is stupid? Then you just don't say it? Because that's not being true to yourself... so I guess you are only supposed to be true to yourself when you are feeling all lovey dovey for others and ignore yourself when you feel differently? I'm not sure. There isn't really any practical advice for real world living in the book. But I like reading this sort of thing so it gets 3 stars.

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