Our personal power is based on the agreements we make and we often make these agreements to please others instead of being true to ourselves. In doing so, we will give you our personal strength. In the Four Accords, it is a matter of regaining our personal power by being authentic and holding on to our true self. The four chords are: 1) Be impeccable in your word, 2) Don`t take anything personally, 3) Don`t make assumptions, and 4) Always do your best. These agreements are certainly simple, but far from simple. Ruiz encourages readers to practice these chords every day and forgive us if we are not perfect. Effort is the most important. This book is a quick read (or listen) and should be read several times if you really want to keep your chords with yourself. The two stars are not for the content of the book, or the presentation of it. Peter Coyote is doing a really amazing job with this book, and I really appreciate Don Miguel Ruiz. However, there are no chapter markers in this audiobook.
This makes it really difficult to access certain parts of the book for a simple reference. You just need to clean it up, and maybe you`ll find the place you were looking for. Great restriction, and completely takes the benchmark of this purchase. I am not sure who is guilty of this issue. My recommendation is to buy the physical audiobook that will most likely have chapter markers. I think I`m on my way to my local new-age store. To health. I was a little skeptical, but I really enjoyed hearing this audiobook.
There is no particular religious bias towards doctrine, but it was interesting and quite sensible. It is an audiobook that I will hear one day. In this book, the author masterfully reveals the source of self-limitation of beliefs. In this paragraph, it is the beliefs that effectively deprive us of all this agitation ultimately creates unnecessary suffering. First, the four agreements are based on the ancient wisdom of Toltec, which offers a very imaginative code of conduct. It`s something that has the potential to change our whole life completely, which leads to a very fresh experience of freedom. Second, love and true happiness are also something that is part of people`s newly transformed lives. This is a brilliant book with an excellent audio edition. It describes four simple agreements that you must make with yourself, which will allow you to increase your control over how you live your life: 1) Be immaculate with your word; 2) Don`t take anything personally; 3) Don`t make assumptions; 4) Always do your best. Easy doesn`t mean easy! Don Miguel`s book helps the reader to have the power of these chords and to use it. Reading Peter Coyotes is a pleasure that supports the learning process.
It is a timeless work that can be constantly recalled. I found the four chords even more powerful than Stephen Coveys Seven Habits, which speaks volumes. And just like the seven habits, the four chords are powerful in all aspects of your life, including family, work and recreation. In our daily lives, we have a duty to take care of certain things – we have to progress in our professional lives, we have to progress in our social life, and a multitude of pains and pains force us to constantly worry about our physical well-being. With such a litany of worries, it can be difficult to find time to work on our spiritual life. Isn`t it time to focus on the care of the soul and mind? Here are the 20 best spiritual audiobooks to put you in the right headroom. It`s a wonderful book. If you really listen and take it on board, it has the potential to completely change your life (and the one around you) for the best it can be. Simple ideas, but total meaning. Peter Coyote tells it beautifully and the length is perfect to get the message across concisely and concisely, while allowing you to absorb his wonderful messages.