5/5.C`s amazing. I must say that Don Miguel Ruiz is currently my favorite writer in Spirituality/Philosophy/Self-Development. The four chords changed my life, and it`s a great sequel. These teachings and Toltec`s philosophy absolutely adore them. Great narrator, listen carefully. Of course, you propose to start with the 4 chords before reading this. His best-known book, The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold about 10 million times in the United States[9] and has been translated into 46 languages. The book advocates the personal freedom of convictions and agreements we have made with ourselves and with others, which create use and unhappiness in our lives. [10] It was broadcast on the television show Oprah. [11] The four chords are: A good continuation of the four Total chords loved them both great work of Peter Coyote Thanks His son, Don Jose Ruiz, then published a sequel with his father with the title The Fifth Agreement, which added another chord:[14] A large part of the book is a summary of the 4 chords that is nice to check, but is not fresh. The 5th agreement, which I cannot spoil for those who do not know it, is a principle that I already apply in my life, and it is a good one, but it is one that should also apply to the teachings of this book and, in fact, to all the teachings. I enjoyed the book and I like the wisdom of it, but I found some of the assertions unreasonable and I found the application of the 5th Convention.

As rules of life, the five agreements are valuable and worth a search for. I`m not sure on the part of enlargement on the 5th agreement which was really useful or valuable once you know what it is. It would probably have been helpful to take a deep leap into cognitive prejudice, because it is primarily that. The biblical references/analogies and spiritual stories were a little repugnant to me, but did not nullifying the book`s message. I couldn`t survive the first two chapters of this book. It`s so repetitive that it drove me crazy. It seems that there is an idea in the book and this is repeated endlessly in different ways ad nauseum. The idea is not even original. Very disappointing, because I liked “the four chords” of the same author. It`s really boring. This practical guide completes Ruiz`s first book on the 4 chords. It is back to the basics of common sense of the Toltec way and can be applied by anyone and anyone.

Really inspiring and simple, and made all the more enjoyable when heard by the chocolate sounds of Peter Coyote`s voice. It`s highly recommended. In The Four Agreements, a New York Times bestseller for more than seven years, Don Miguel Ruiz revealed how the process of our formation or “domestication” could make us forget the wisdom with which we were born. Throughout our lives, we have made many agreements that go against ourselves and cause unnecessary suffering. The four agreements help us break these self-limitation agreements and replace them with agreements that bring us personal freedom, happiness and love. Now Miguel Ruiz joins his son Don Jose Ruiz to offer a new perspective on the Four Accords and a powerful new agreement to transform our lives into our personal skies: the fifth agreement. The Fifth Accord takes us to a deeper level of awareness of the power of the self and brings us back to the authenticity with which we were born. In this captivating sequel to the book that has changed the lives of millions of people around the world, we are reminded of the greatest gift we can give ourselves: the freedom to be who we really are.

The book itself is awesome and I would definitely recommend it if you haven`t read the four chords. And I recommend it more than 4 chords, but seriously 80% of the book is one more of the same. So, in any case, one of them buys, but not both.

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