The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz & Janet Mills

The Four Agreements

By Don Miguel Ruiz & Janet Mills

  • Release Date: 2010-01-18
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
Score: 4.5
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From 1,717 Ratings

Description

In The Four Agreements, bestselling author 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 Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love.

•  A New York Times bestseller for over a decade
•  Over 6.4 million copies sold in the U.S.
•  Translated into 40 languages worldwide

Reviews

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    3
    By Chulo rube
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  • Thoughts

    3
    By Crailstrails23
    Great but, could provide more examples. I was mind blown by some of the ideas at the beginning about always dreaming but, have some different theories on the agreements. Like I think there is laughter provoked by joking which can come from someone being offensive/negative or cruel. Does this mean they are living in a hell? Maybe, or they are being truthful creative and helping the other grow. When this is done without humorous intent I could see that but, this anger may only be for certain people. It’s a tough balance. I would like to evoke love but there is also so much garbage that comes from people, homeless, bad drivers, stupidity in simple actions. How does one rise above?
  • Wow

    5
    By Deejayy124
    This book has given me a whole new outlook on life. This is only my first read through and I will definitely have to go back and read again to fully grasp the concepts but despite this I do feel like I will enter the world with a new set of eyes
  • Amazed!

    5
    By nikita bedessie
    One of the most simple, shortest read. However, it will make you question so much as well as put so much in perspective.
  • Garbage

    1
    By pimpimpimi
    Not only is the content fanciful and bizarre, but it’s also poorly written and difficult to follow. Avoid at all cost.
  • Good and wordy!

    4
    By Aauzxraahfnfiksbabaujrbbvew
    I really like and appreciate the ideas conveyed in this book. It is, however, quite repetitive and reads almost like an essay with a minimum word requirement. It could probably be effectively reduced to 20 pages or less. But the concepts within are new to me, and eye opening. Thanks!
  • The Four Agreements

    5
    By Bruweinberg
    What a terrific read. So uplifting and simply amplifying. I want to thank my precious daughter for suggesting I read this for she knows me better than anyone as we are so connected and knew I needed this.
  • A few good points, very simple

    3
    By Derekwturner
    The book starts off with a few good messages that I believe many readers can relate to. However, halfway through the book becomes very simple and hard to finish.
  • Peace of Mind

    5
    By Xqueenx10
    This book helps you understand life in a different way!
  • Absolutely stunning

    5
    By KarmalApples
    I'm currently reading this book and I believe it is one of the most important things I've ever done. A huge life changer, for the better. Whenever I read it I have such an unrivaled feeling of peace and warmth, and it provides some of the wisest life advice you will ever hear. I'd absolutely recommend this book to anyone who's lost or wants to live a better life.

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