Quicklet on Don Miguel Ruiz's The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
Ruiz wrote The Four Agreements as a response to what he saw in the world as the domestication of the planet. In essence, this book is a response to how we live within the Book of Law, which is Ruiz's term for the judgments we impose upon ourselves as a result of fear-based truths taught to us as children. Ruiz offers a solution to domestication, fearfulness, and judgment through his Four Agreements, which are principles that outline a wise, nonjudgmental, and peacefully persevering way of life. The significance of this book cannot be underestimated, as evidenced by the fact that it spent more than 8 years on the New York Times bestseller list. Today, there are scores of groups that meet to discuss, dissect and practice the teachings of The Four Agreements. In addition, Ruiz and his sons continually travel and lecture on the principles outlined in the book. Ruiz has also made available an online Academy, which presents people with lectures, radio interviews, worksheets, forums, and a tool to track their progress.
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January 01, 2011
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