The story of you is all you know about yourself. And when I say that, I speak to you, to know what you believe, what you are, not to you, to the man, what you really are. As you can see, I make a difference between you and you, because one of you is real and one of you is not real. You, the physical man, are real; You are the truth. You, knowledge, are not real; They are virtual. You only exist because of the agreements you have made with yourself and with the other people around you. You come, knowledge, of the words you hear in your head, of all the opinions of the people you love, the people you don`t like, the people you know, and especially the people you will never know. In The Four Accords, Don Miguel Ruiz revealed how the process of our upbringing or “domestication” can cause us to forget the wisdom with which we were born. During our lives, we make many agreements that go against ourselves and cause unnecessary suffering. The four agreements help us break these self-limiting agreements and replace them with agreements that bring us personal freedom, happiness and love. Don Miguel`s second book begins with a summary of the four chords he wrote in his first book. He added the fifth agreement.
I only partially agree with the fifth agreement. From my point of view. Читать весь отзыв After already loving the four chords, I had a lot of fun hearing the fifth, so much so that I will read them again and I am confident that everything I learned will help me in my journey, I already feel happier 😁 thanks to the author! And I can only highly recommend this book! This practical guide complements Ruiz`s first book on the 4 chords. It is back to the basics of common sense in a Tolèque way and can be applied by anyone and anyone. Really inspiring and simple and all the more enjoyable when you hear it through the chocolate sounds of Peter Coyotes` voice. This is highly recommended. This book is not just a revision of the four agreements plus the fifth. It is a new testimony of the first four chords, but much more detailed and in more common language.
I became for the first time on Totec wisdom by Carlos Castaneda`s series “The Teachings of Don Juan… ” caring. and they were impressive, but they seemed a distant wisdom inaccessible in a distant world/time shrouded in secrets, etc. . . .