The Four Agreements Large Print

Dr. Wayne Dyer wrote “An inspiring book with many great lessons.” And I agree. Very easy to read, not complicated to follow, with great writing. Lots of good practical information that you can use now or in the future. It`s a big book. Four agreements. It`s going to change your life. This book is about how to live your life. To eliminate the negativity we have learned through our own domestication. All the lies and lies that have been planted in our subconscious are bought by our parents through our schools through religions. This book is about love.

How to live and love. Happiness is a state of mind. We all have the power to make our own happiness. The simple book offers you these secrets. This book, in its compact size, easy to carry, contains practical, life-changing wisdoms taught by author Ruiz from his ancient Totec roots. Anyway, I recommend reading this book for anyone who wants to improve. The four chords: 1) Be blameless with your words. 2) Don`t take anything personally 3) Don`t make assumptions 4) Always do your best. In the world of personal development, you will learn very quickly that the life I am living right now is the direct result of the words I say to myself and others. Before my words are spoken, they begin with my thought. And believe me, if someone is able to change their thinking, they can certainly change the results they see in their life.

I agree with the author in this book that he is beyond reproach with your words. Our words have the ability to talk about certain positive things in existence and change lives for the better or destroy lives with gossip and inaccurate information. The second agreement, which does not take anything personal, is also very precise. When I studied my own life and saw how I had taken things personally on many occasions and made a mistake in judgment. The right thing to do if you make a mistake in judgment is to acknowledge that you made a mistake to admit it immediately and continue. The third agreement is not to make assumptions. This is probably the only agreement that I always break the most, because I am not blameless with my words and I am not patient with myself and with others. When I make a hypothesis, I do not base my decision on the truth, but on the lack of information and communication with these things and people around me. The last point is to do your best. In conclusion, the author summed up this whole process in these terms: “We will not always be blameless with every word, but do your best. We will still take things from time to time personally, try not to do it and do your best.

We will make assumptions from time to time to do your best and try not to….

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