When Was The 4 Agreements Written

  • 15 października 2021
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The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz is a wonderful book for stress management and personal growth. It is written in simple language, but covers complex topics that can help you make profound changes in your life. I interpreted „is” as life in the present and „was” represented past behaviors. Change the weather probably intentionally. The best way to develop knowledge is to bypass other criticisms and read the material and develop your own knowledge. Since I`m also looking for topics in reference, my opinion is that we all get something different from each book, based on completely different emotional reactions, based on the observations of a group that read all four chords at the same time. He was about 50 years old and I recommended him to a sibling who had childhood trauma. He read the first chapters in tears, but understood the healing power within itself. The first one only annoyed me, but I understood that he drew why we shouldn`t believe this way. Be impeccable with your word. Don`t take anything personally. Don`t make assumptions. Always give your best.

Love light and truth. I did a little research on the ancient Toltec history and it wasn`t pretty, not pretty at all. That being said, this book is written for the wicked people, most of whom are in this intimidated and rushed society. I just can`t say it more succinctly or more clearly. I met a person who had read this book, well, I tried to meet people again, she crushed me so fast that I felt like a speed bump on the road, and then again she was a big coffee drinker (speed freak), like most people I know these days anyway, such a player. I find that 90% of the people I meet these days always have something up their sleeve. Those of us who are docile, kind, friendly, calm, calm, respectful, generous, open, loving and who do not believe in the society of the „I” that embraces today`s world are the really lonely, the few and are impossible to follow. We are the ones who sat on the edge of the circle, listened very carefully, waited, waited, waited for our chance to finally leave and found our own tribe. We`ve been domesticated since day one, when the book immediately erases that, if you don`t have a belief system, you`re basically using people (others) to get what you want out of life. Go back to the original Toltecs, see how they treated their wives, now we allow our women to treat our men like this. I`m by no means pro-feminist all day, but this cycle of getting hurt will never end while people read books like this, this book feels like going through all the people to get what you want from the mentality of life, it takes hypocrisy to a new level, but on the other hand, we are all hypocrites now anyway and we have been for a while.. .

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