In The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, the The Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love.
Don Miguel Ruiz has dedicated his life to sharing the wisdom of the ancient Toltec. For more than two decades, he has guided others toward their personal freedom. Today, he continues to combine his unique blend of ancient wisdom and modern-day awareness through journeys to sacred sites around the world.
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Don Miguel Ruiz’s celebrated guide to personal freedom is an inspiring, motivating read in its own right. But actor Peter Coyote’s dulcet voice brings these ancient Toltec teachings to a different plane, transforming them into an engrossing four-part guided meditation. Grounding philosophical concepts in concrete, real-world situations, The Four Agreements explores the benefits of being impeccable with your word, not taking anything personally, not making assumptions, and always doing your best. Coyote’s clear and captivating delivery allows us to really sit with these principles…and then turn them into direct, immediate action.
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Some interesting and logical concepts
The four principals in general are totally logical and practical. Whilst they’re not ground breaking, it does simplify a daily approach to life. It also gets highly pseudo religious at times and the pan flutes are highly irritating!
Too often on iTunes, media is overpriced but this little audiobook is definitely worth the low price (currently just under £3 at time of writing). The other book here (The Mastery of Love) is even better (in my opinion) and is also a nice price. Some of the themes are repeated (almost word for word) in each book, but that is not a bad thing. These books are a nice starting point on the path of the Toltec tradition, or for people that are stuck in a rut with their lives.
Great if you’re starting to learn about yourself from the beginning... otherwise a little obvious.