Yes, though it goes very deep but some very good points!
The Four Agreements should be read first.
Listen more carefully and consider all you hear. Don't buy into other people's opinions. They are just that, opinions.
Certainly, of course. It requires repeat performances to understand the depth of the lesson.Don Miguel's language speaks from a heart centered prose. The philosophy of the agreements are very simple but also very profound and deep.
Yes, he reads.... from his heart
More wisdom from Don Miguel Ruiz
I listen to these books rather than reading them b/c of Peter Coyote's reading.
Yes, very simple book to follow, down to earth easy to understand, not easy to do but easy to understand.
I gave the kook to 3 friends as a present. It help me tremendously and it helps me every time I re read it. I know it will help them as well.
It gives perspective.
I haven't heard anything else quite like it.
His sincerity, his beautiful voice - and the way he speaks with such love. He accentuates the depth of the message - and pauses at just the right moments, to give the message time to seep in.
He's not 'reading' - He's imparting a profound message that can truly change our individual worlds - and thereby, the unity.
Well, it's the totality of all the agreements, that flow into each other. As a totality, I can see that it would be liberating to practice, and become a way of being - that is attainable and sustainable.
A MUST have - for everyone seeking true peace.
Listen but be skeptical.
The tone and the pace was done well.
I'll apply the listening portion of being skeptical.
ZEN. LDS. GTD. FTW.
It seemed pointless and direction-less after awhile. It wasn't nearly as cohesive or profound as The 4 Agreements.
I don't know, but I think I'm done with don Miguel Ruiz.
He is a fantastic narrator who owns the material. He is perfect for the book. His voice, tone, pauses, simply dead on.
Peter Coyote, and there were parts at the beginning of the book that were interesting.
I found this helpful but it was a little confusing. This is one of those books you have to listen to more than once, but so is the Four Agreements so I don't think that's bad.
It's gives me a nes perspective on the voice in my head and the one that is doing the walking. One talks to the other and this helps me calm my thoughts and emotions.
It helps me calm my inner voice.
Peter Coyote narrates don Miguel's words of wisdom beautifully. Of all the books I have had a listen to this is great.
The book resinated with where I'm at in my life journey.