The 4 Agreements Of Life

With all that, this book has played a big role in helping me get where I am right now and where I`m moving fast. Here are the 4 fitness and life agreements. Just by reading these four agreements, I can already say that the book will have a great impact. All four of these agreements are with me. Especially those on the meeting of hypotheses. I work hard not to guess that I know the answers to certain things instead of just asking a direct question. The four agreements were written by Don Miguel Ruiz in 1997. A surgeon became a shaman and eventually a best-selling author. His life was changed following an almost fatal car accident that led him to return to Mexico and study the Totec wisdom of an old indigenous people. It`s a great contribution! I wasn`t familiar with this book, but I`m adding it to my list! I love books like this and can refer to all four chords, especially assumptions! Thank you very much for sharing!💕💕 For me, the impeccable with my word is to tell MY Truth to others and to myself.

Like all agreements, it is difficult to live fully every day. The fourth agreement allows readers to better understand the progress made in achieving their life goals. This agreement implies the integration of the first three agreements into daily life and the full potential of exploitation. [8] It`s about doing what`s best to manage individually, which is different from the different situations and circumstances the individual may face. Ruiz believes that if you avoid self-judgment and do his best at every given moment, he will be able to avoid regrets. [10] By integrating the first three chords and giving the best of themselves in all facets of life, the individual will be able to lead a life free of sadness and self-extinction. [10] My first personal conclusion of this agreement is that what someone says about me will only affect me if I believe it. Everyone has the right to their own opinion. Their personal experiences led them to have these opinions. On only 153 pages, Ruiz shares the “old Totec wisdom,” divided into four concise principles for life. Here`s how Don Miguel sums up this way of thinking.

“If you think it`s worth it and someone says, `You don`t deserve this,` it doesn`t concern you because you don`t believe it. You`ve accepted that you`re worth it, so you laugh at it and say, “Oh, of course,” but you don`t believe it. And because you don`t believe it, it won`t affect you.┬áRead more: In Part 1 of this 2-part video, we learn more about the “domestication” of man and how all the rules and values of our family and society are imposed on us by a system of punishment and reward. As little children, it is our true nature to love and be happy, to explore and enjoy life; we are absolutely authentic.. . . .