The Four Agreements Companion Book: Using the Four Agreements to Master the Dream of Your Life

The Four Agreements introduced a simple, but powerful code of conduct for attaining personal freedom and true happiness Now The Four Agreements Companion Book takes you even further along the journey to recover the awareness and wisdom of your authentic self This companion book is a must read not only for those who enjoyed don Miguel s first book, but for anyone who is rThe Four Agreements introduced a simple, but powerful code of conduct for attaining personal freedom and true happiness Now The Four Agreements Companion Book takes you even further along the journey to recover the awareness and wisdom of your authentic self This companion book is a must read not only for those who enjoyed don Miguel s first book, but for anyone who is ready to leave suffering behind, and to master the art of living in our natural state happiness The Companion Book includes How to break the domestication that keeps you enslaved by fear Keys to recover your will, your faith, and the power of your word Practice ideas to help you become the master of your own life A dialogue with don Miguel about living The Four Agreements Success stories from people who have used The Four Agreements The Four Agreements are a tool for transformation, leading you to stop judging, mainly yourself, and to start practicing another way of life don Miguel Ruiz
The Four Agreements Companion Book Using the Four Agreements to Master the Dream of Your Life The Four Agreements introduced a simple but powerful code of conduct for attaining personal freedom and true happiness Now The Four Agreements Companion Book takes you even further along the journey

  • Title: The Four Agreements Companion Book: Using the Four Agreements to Master the Dream of Your Life
  • Author: Miguel Ruiz Janet Mills
  • ISBN: 9781878424488
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Four Agreements Companion Book: Using the Four Agreements to Master the Dream of Your Life”

    1. No es algo nuevo (misma fórmula) a otros libros de autoayuda pero tiene mensajes muy bonitos y te hace una cantidad de preguntas que te deja reflexionar y conocerte a tí mismo.

    2. Sometimes the most profound books are the shortest. While most authors believe that using verbose and loquaciousness wording to make their side more convincing, it doesn't. Ruiz uses the perfect word-length, he ensures you will not get bored, and you feel as if it is worth every minute of reading. Along with his brevity is his clarity. He gives many examples and real world uses for his four principles to follow in life. Ruiz is a student of the Toltec way of life. The Toltec people flourished be [...]

    3. This book able to contribute to making peoples' lives a lot more carefree and comfortable. I have no doubt that if each of the agreements are worked on even a little, people would start to see how they're causing a lot of their own grief. It has to do with giving an overhaul to very old beliefs about self esteem, needs and expectations, finally.I started reading the Four Agreements back in the '90s, but a lot of things got in my way, like mostly my life! I finally got back to reading this book t [...]

    4. Only read this so I could complete my reading challenge. Terribly boring and not at all suitable for normal life. Especially the sections on gossip, and some of the sections on suffering. There's the usual idea that all gossip is is shuffling around mean things about others. There's a line in here that basically says don't even share what you feel about yourself, because other people can twist your words around and make it a 'poison'. Which sounds like terrible advice, to be frank. His writing s [...]

    5. I honestly can’t believe that this book isn’t mentioned more. I really do feel like this book and “The Four Agreements” should just be one book. If anything, I got more out of this companion book than I did out of the “Four Agreements”!This book was stunning. I really like that there are a lot of journal prompts in the book. I have been going through and writing them all down, and am planning on journalling my way through the questions this summer. There were a lot of questions in th [...]

    6. There are some beautiful parts and I truly enjoy the philosophy and simplicity of the four agreements, but Ruiz's writing style isn't my favorite. He makes VERY broad generalizations and contradicts himself in places.

    7. I must confess that if I did not have the compulsory need to finish every book I start reading, I would have never finished this one.I found it to be a mere repetition of the book it was supposed to accompany. Merely a tool to get more money out of the 4 agreements. Such a pity, I found the first book interesting but after reading this I am no longer a fan.So my advice to you: if you liked the four agreements, do not read the companion book. It will make you dislike them.If you didn't like the f [...]

    8. Simple, captive reading. The teachings are quite profound. Simple changes that can lead to a better and a happy life.

    9. This book helped me a lot. It is one of the ' must read' books if you want to learn more about yourself and how to world functions.

    10. Not much different to all the other self-help books I've read in the past. Eventually got bored just over half-way.

    11. Aside for some quibbles about the role of gossip, this is good life advice/ stuff I’ve found to be true.

    12. I felt I was reading the ramblings of a lunatic- a positive, loving one - but, still a lunatic. I did take a few positive reminders from it.

    13. Due to the depth and scope of the exercises, The Four Agreements Companion Book would likely serve as a terrific guide for a weekend retreat.My favorite excerpt: "There is an impeccable way of thinking. If you have a problem, it's time to think. Once you make a choice about how to resolve the problem, it's time to stop thinking and take action. Now you know the solution; it's over."

    14. It is a really good book to read, makes you think about your past decisions, this book helps you to grow mentally and be more conscious about the impact you have on other persons.My favorite agreement was number one because makes you think deeper In the power of your words when you tell them to others.

    15. It was fine, but nothing really life-changing or groundbreaking. I think if you've read The Four Agreements, you pretty much have all you need to know to apply them. Part of the beauty of the four agreements lies in their simplicity. Therefore, this book seems superfluous.

    16. If you're looking for a workbook to the The Four Agreements, this Companion Book will definitely do the trick. I look forward to reading it through a second time -- mostly for the exercises.

    17. Even though I did not like it as much as The Four Agreements, it is still an excellent book that provides insight and guidance.

    18. This book enhances THE FOUR AGREEMENTS. It talks further about the Judge, The Law, and the Victim. It also deals with the Parasite. I found it mostly interesting, but at times the author lost me in his discussion. The Glossary at the back of the book was a great help. I also enjoyed the stories of people who had applied the Four Agreements to their lives, found before the Glossary. This book gave me a lot of food for thought and helpful ideas on how to succeed in life and be happier. It also tau [...]

    19. The Four Agreements. by Miguel Angel Ruiz Don Miguel Ángel Ruiz, better known as Don Miguel Ruiz, is a Mexican author of New Age spiritualist and neoshamanistic texts. His teaching is significantly influenced by the work of Carlos Castaneda.One, Be impeccable with your word,Two, Don't take anything personallyThree, Don't make assumptions.Four, Always do your best.What an amazing book, it came into my life at just the right time. I follow my own spiritual beliefs, which I must admit are pretty b [...]

    20. "Si, otra confesión más. Yo he leído un millón de libros de autoayuda. Desde los nueve años (¡y cuánta agua ha corrido bajo el puente desde aquello!) mi papá me matriculó en un curso que se llamaba ""poder mental"", que dictaba un tal Leandro Gómez, o algo así. El hecho es que se hacía el curso, y se leía el libro del mismo nombre, y entonces uno se convertía en un ""super-humano"" capaz de hacer cualquier cosa.¿Me convertí en una ""supergirl""? Bueno, para mí que el curso nec [...]

    21. The companion book builds on the content I read from the first book "The Four Agreements." I found this one easier to follow, more practical and relevant to my daily life. I appreciated his wisdom on accepting people for who they are, living in the present moment and not taking the criticism of other people personally. I like that there was a Q&A and personal stories at the end; it allowed me to see how Don Miguel's principles are practiced in the lives of ordinary people. The only thing I d [...]

    22. Reading similar concepts from the original “Four Agreements” book helped created a new light where I was able to focus more on breaking down the domestication of myself and see how I am able to transform my thoughts and beliefs to become empowered… Again, this book helped me to look at personal ownership of how I act and react to others around me.The focus was still on the key principles:Be impeccable with your word.Don’t take anything personally.Don’t make assumptions.Always do your b [...]

    23. This book is subtitled "A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom".And that's exactly what it is.ry practical indeed.The opening 40-50 pages, however, paint a very dark and bleak view of the world and humanity. The perspective was so negative, I almost put the book down. Fortunately, I plowed on and got to the meat of the Four Agreements, a concept so simple and practical that anyone can put it to immediate use.I'm surprised this simple philosophy of life doesn't have a more vocal following.

    24. This book was a life changer for me. 1) Be impeccable with you word 2) Don't take anything personally 3) Don't make assumptions 4) Always do your best.As I applied these agreements into my life I began to realize that I and I alone, hold the key to my happiness and that no one can take it away without my permission. It also gave me greater compassion for others that were dealing with anger and frustration. I didn't feel the need to "fix" them or take it upon myself.A gift.I like to re-read this [...]

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