In The Four Agreements, a New York Times best seller for over seven years, don Miguel Ruiz revealed how the process of our education, or “domestication,” can make us forget the wisdom we were born with. Throughout our lives, we make many agreements that go against ourselves and create needless suffering. The Four Agreements help us to break these self-limiting agreements and replace them with agreements that bring us personal freedom, happiness, and love. Now don Miguel Ruiz joins his son don Jose Ruiz to offer a fresh perspective on the Four Agreements, and a powerful new agreement for transforming our lives into our personal heaven: the fifth agreement. The Fifth Agreement takes us to a deeper level of awareness of the power of the Self, and returns us to the authenticity we were born with. In this compelling 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.
©2010 Don Miguel Ruiz, Don Jose Ruiz, and Janet Mills (P)2010 Don Miguel Ruiz, Don Jose Ruiz, and Janet Mills
I would listen to it again, and have. There are a few new and different parts that resonate with me on each 'read'
Like most ideas and concepts I gravitate towards, this book takes many concepts that others complicate and presents it is a well thought out, simple manner.
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.
Listen but be skeptical.
The tone and the pace was done well.
I'll apply the listening portion of being skeptical.
The beginning of this book nicely revisits "The Four Agreements," then continues to expand into the next level of perception. There is a loving, supportive attitude throughout as well, as though it was your grandfather talking to you. And a simple call for activism.
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.
This book is True Self-Mastery if u Listing to the Four agreements First ..
I find the first few chapters a Little Lost but towards the end every thing made sense A wonderful Book True for any one who really wants to be free from all the nonsense around U.
And for Peter Coyote all i can say Thanks a Million
I loved listening to this audiobook! Excellent advice! Happiness resides within oneself, that's the key to happiness!
Open your mind and heart to new truths and recognise the lies of man
The book has several WOW highlights. I've listened to it over and over
Plug in all five agreements and go to heaven
I rank this book from a scale 1-10 to 1 being the greatest and 10 being worst. I give this book a 1.
all if it was good.
it mad me smile.
listen to it or read it. The book is worth it.
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