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April 13, 2021

The 4 Agreements Book Review

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Again, if you want to have a more complete picture of Don Miguel Ruiz`s worldview, read his books, or at least the four chords. Or if you`ve already made up your mind, maybe it`s time to let it go. I do not want to prevent you from discussing topics with other commentators, if they are interested, I express only my own disinterest in the continuation of this thread. If your faith creates deep happiness in you, then I say, keep it. If they cause trouble, if the beliefs of others are different, consciousness can leave you with the choice of what you believe and what you let go. Many of our convictions, our concepts, our agreements were nourished to us as “truth” when we were young, and we accepted them literally and completely. The beginning of the four chords is about how we were domesticated by our caregivers in a “dream” of life. The only dream they gave us was the one they lived, which they received most often from their parents, etc. Ashley Rao, of the Survivor Assistance Program, wrote, “Regardless of where we will end up on the spiritual spectrum – from skeptics to believers and beyond religious beliefs – the application of Ruiz`s principles offers opportunities for transformation on our journey through mourning.” [13] Rachel Thompson of the HuffPost says the book “is a very useful book that can be put into practice in everyday practice by dealing with criticism of all kinds.” Janet herself explained that her mission is to publish books of lasting beauty, integrity and wisdom that want to inspire others to realize their dreams. I did a bit of research on the history of ancient toltec and it wasn`t pretty, not pretty at all. With this example, this book is written for ordinary people, most of whom are in this harassed and hasty society. I cannot say it more concisely or clearly.

I met a person who had read this book, well, I tried to meet people again, she crossed me so much speed that I felt like a speed bump on the road, then again, she was a great coffee drinker (Speed Freak), like most people I know anyway today , a player like that. I find that 90% of the people I meet today still have something up their sleeve. Those of us who are docile, friendly, friendly, calm, calm, respectful, giving, open, affectionate and do not believe in the society “me” that encompasses the world today, we are the truly lonely, the few, and are impossible to follow.

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