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    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.

    ©1997 Migeul Angel Ruiz (P)2003 Amber-Allen Publishing

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    "Despite the New Age-sounding language, Ruiz is refreshingly clear in the presentation of his ideas. Reading aloud, actor Coyote sounds every bit the enthusiastic old hippie, genuinely excited by the concepts he is spinning." (Publishers Weekly)

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    Ce livre est très agréable à écouter. Il donne la pêche et donne vraiment envie d'appliquer ses principes. J'ai un peu décroché sur la fin, mais ai beaucoup aimé les deux premières parties. Un bon bol de bon sens qu'il fait du bien d'écouter et réécouter pour se sentir mieux en agissant mieux.

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    i loves this book,

    this book does talk about that we were domesticated in our childhood for different things. how does our words affects our perception... i recommend this book !

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    • Raul garcia
    • 07/03/2019

    a refresher

    I couldn't finish this. you don't learn anything new. I found that at best, its a reminder on what to always keep in mind. But its all common sense things anyone with a little bit of empathy a desire to communicate, connect and be heard already knows. If you find yourself struggling, its a good listen, to remind you of how to be you, and how to be good for the world and how to be someone who can take in the good.

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    • BZ
    • 03/08/2019

    Common Sense - Don't Waste Your Time!

    This book has a LOT of good reviews, and I have no idea why. I got the audiobook, and the narrator is okay ( a bit dull), but the book itself is complete drivel. Anyone who thinks this book is revolutionary must have been living their life on a different planet.

    Be impeccable with your word. Don't take anything personally. Don't make assumptions. Always do your best. These are things that anyone living should already know they have to do. Despite saying over and over in the book that people already know they need to do it but don't know-how, he never actually delves into how to start when you haven't already, just says that you SHOULD. I sat through the entire book waiting for some epiphany where he would walk me through how to reach the Toltec wisdom that he stated at the beginning, but all he said were things that most people already know.

    Don't get me wrong, there were some parts of the book I found myself nodding along and agreeing with his words, but to be given this book by a therapist as something that would change my life is laughable. This is not a life-changing book, and the Toltec wisdom that they're claiming seems to be just regular common sense people should know.

    Also, any atheists - despite the fact that I was given this book to read by a non-religious therapist that KNEW I was an atheist, this book alludes to a higher power a LOT, and even requests you say a prayer the end, with an 'amen' and everything. It's clear that originally this book was written to talk about 'God' but upon probably getting a suggestion from an editor that they make it more universal took that out and put 'the all knowing being' or 'the creator' instead.

    All in all, it wasn't horrible. It made some good points. But I wouldn't waste my money. I'm just happy it was free on Audible.

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    • R. Baker
    • 25/05/2005

    Incredible!!!

    When I first started listening to this, I almost turned it off because it seemed way too "new age" (i.e., spiritual nonsense) for me. I am SO glad I didn't. After the first 2 minutes or so, this book is great. I think this book may have totally changed the way I look at the world. Basically, the author says life is a dream and the way you look at the world will determine if it is a nightmare or an incredible dream. However, rather than using nebulous clich?s like ?just think positive? or ?think big?, he explains how to do it in a much better way than I have ever heard. Some of it you need to take into context, in that, some of what he says might be interpreted as ?I can do no wrong? and ?the rest of the world is messed up but not me?. However, he really says don't beat yourself up over mistakes and just learn from them and move on. Also, he says that people can be way too judgmental (for various reasons which he explains) and you need to be cognizant of this before you accept what they say. Anyway, BUY THIS AUDIOBOOK!!! It is cheap and it could drastically change the way you look at the world. As an added bonus, Peter Coyote, the narrator, is excellent.

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    • J. Peterson
    • 05/03/2019

    LISTEN BEYOND THE WOO WOO STUFF

    This book is a little "woo woo", not bashing it at all, but I could see how parts of it are difficult to get through for someone who isn't into that stuff. The basis of The Four Agreements is strong and so important. Beyond the woo woo new agey tone of the book are four tenants that are SO important and vital to succeed personally and professionally. The Four Agreements are simple and easy to follow and will serve you well in life.

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    • Marty
    • 04/01/2013

    Making Promises to Ourselves

    Our personal power is based on the agreements we make, and often we make those agreements to please others, rather than being true to ourselves. In doing so, we give away our personal power. The Four Agreements is about taking back our personal power by being authentic and by adhering to our true selves. The four agreements are: 1) Be impeccable in your word, 2) Don't take anything personally, 3) Don't make assumptions, and 4) Always do your best. While simple, these agreements are anything but easy. Ruiz encourages readers to practice these agreements everyday and forgive ourselves when we are not perfect. The effort is what's most important. This book is a quick read (or listen) and should be reread repeatedly if you truly desire to keep your agreements with yourself.

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    • Nobody Important
    • 18/03/2017

    relearning a lifetime of unhealthy learning

    the concept is simple, the four agreements are understandable, the results are unarguable... however, the disciplined practice of awareness and action is a monumental challenge...not because it's complicated, but monumental to accomplish because it requires a complete re-writing of your deepest engrained thoughts & actions. Constant presence of mind and persistent focus will begin to untangle the lifetime of unhealthy conditioning we've all become comfortable with.

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    • Monica
    • 28/03/2017

    Be ready to make connections to your upbringing!

    If you could sum up The Four Agreements in three words, what would they be?

    Mind blowing, perceptive, enchanting.

    What did you like best about this story?

    The connections I made to the things I couldn't verbalize about my childhood. Associating and letting go of things I couldn't understand.

    What about Peter Coyote’s performance did you like?

    How helped me understand that my mother was only able to do the best she could with the seeds she was given to grow. You can grow juicy sweet cantaloupes when all you were given were kale seeds to grow. Don't know much about gardening but that's the best analogy I can make.

    What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

    To let go of my past and embrace all that I can be because I am in control of myself.

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    • RhythmAndBass
    • 03/05/2019

    Pseudoscientific silliness

    I really wanted to see past the new age language, but when they started talking about ghosts I tapped out. Might be useful for some, but it requires a specific perspective going in.

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    • Sarah Browngoetz
    • 05/08/2006

    A better listen than a read

    I've had this book for years but could not get past the first several pages. I tried it as an audio book with much more success. I truly appreciate this book and the lessons within. It's a good read, I reccommend it.

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    • A. Eyre
    • 05/04/2017

    Want to change your existence?

    If you can keep an open mind and let go of all the hangups that you know of and listen to the story, you could get the power to finally get freedom in your life. And true freedom, the freedom that brings a chance for everlasting happiness. It comes a price though, and it comes with work: forgiveness, letting go of the past, getting rid of our victimhood and anger, and be willing to live in the ever present. But from this little person's humble perspective, it is so very worth it.

    Plus, Peter Coyote has one of the best reading voices of all time and he reads this book as if speaking into my soul.

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    • Jan Hendrik Broders
    • 11/04/2015

    One of the most valuable books I ever read

    One of the most valuable books I ever read. Such a strong message packed into four very easy to understand steps. Must read/listen!

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    • Dominik Dopplinger
    • 24/12/2019

    Very religious, but the advice is great

    I wasn't prepared for this level of religiousness/spirituality. But the agreements and the thoughts around them are pretty good and can be considered without being religious.

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    • CNB
    • 28/04/2017

    Excellent basics for a self-responsible life!

    Listen and act like a spiritual warrior. And you may have a peace- and joyful life.

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    • J. Becker
    • 20/05/2017

    If you find this, love finds you

    It has the potential to touch your heart and set it on fire. Now that we've found love what are we gonna do with it? ;) My recommendation is to lie down, make yourself comfortable, close your eyes, and listen to this in one session. Enjoy it!

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    • Octavian
    • 03/06/2021

    Choke full of empty platitudes…

    I tried to like this book, but it barely has any content, it contains just several platitudes that are repeated all over again. What is worse, is that it is presented as a great insight coming from toltecs. I doubt however that except from a couple of words anything in this “book” is from the toltecs.
    The only good thing I can say about the Four Agreements is that it is short.

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    • Solutus Life
    • 29/05/2021

    Tolles Buch

    Habe das Buch in einen durch gehört. Ich finde es sehr befreiend und erleuchtend. Danke

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    • Alina
    • 01/05/2021

    Just wonderfull

    This book is all i need to start a new journey, a happy journey in this life.

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    • FiddleKnows
    • 29/04/2021

    Great spiritually inspired self improvement advice

    Wise, powerful, helpful, beautifully written and read. Also rather compact. 4 Rules For Life that are worthy of repeated listening.

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    • Sandra
    • 21/03/2021

    L. O. V. E

    I loved every single minute of it, especially the "Prayers" at the end ❤️ So powerful as simple🙏

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    • Felix Grützmacher
    • 10/11/2020

    Found it very helpful

    The author uses esoteric language and the framework of "Toltec wisdom" to convey useful psychological tools. It doesn't matter to me if these tools indeed originated with the ancient Toltecs; what matters is that they are helping me with chronic stress and a sleep disorder. While this may be the placebo effect at its best, the effect is still significant and so the book is still helpful. :)
    The basic theory is that false beliefs, or agreements, lie at the root of most dysfunctional emotional states. By challenging these beliefs and replacing them by better agreements we can learn to perceive reality differently (dream a better dream) which brings about healing and freedom.
    In particular, the author has identified four basic beliefs (the Four Agreements) that, when put into effect, would undercut the majority of human misery and pave the way for a happy, satisfying and meaningful life. I found the second of these agreements, "don't take anything personally," to be tremendously liberating as I have a strong tendency to assume I'm doing something wrong when people are frustrated, I am not deserving of affection when people are cold, or I'm getting on their nerves when they are stressed etc.
    This book challenged some of my basic beliefs and insodoing helped me deal with some really complex personal problems in a very short time, including some tricky and toxic interpersonal issues.
    I found the narrator's voice easy to follow and relaxing to listen to. He sounds genuinely enthusiastic about, and convinced of, the contents of the book.