The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

In The Four Agreements, 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. The Four Agreements are: Be Impeccable With Your Word, Don't In The Four Agreements, don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless...

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Title:The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom
Author:Miguel Ruiz
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:168 pages pages

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom Reviews

  • Jackye
    Jun 12, 2007

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

  • Claudia
    Jan 06, 2008

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

  • Chris
    Jun 02, 2011

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

  • Renee
    Jul 19, 2007

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

  • Illyria
    Jul 24, 2007

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

  • Suz
    Sep 17, 2007

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

  • Shahrzad
    Oct 19, 2015

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

    New age psycho babble that nearly had me giving up, but it was so short I persevered. The middle part was good how to change your life with the four agreements: speak impeccably, don't take things personally, do your best and some live each moment or something. Good stuff, but not grou...

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    The Four Agreements are: 1. Be Impeccable with your Word: Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the Word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your Word in the direction of truth and love. 2. Don?t Take Anything Personally No...

    Beautiful words, with practical ideas, to live a better life and to have more freedom. A friend recommended this book to me a long time ago, but only recently I had the time to finish it. And it didn't disappoint me. However, I didn't like the book at the first sight, and it took m...

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  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Dec 19, 2012

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

  • Yuki Shimmyo
    Jun 02, 2008

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

  • Mikaela
    Mar 12, 2008

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

  • Anita
    May 07, 2008

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

    New age psycho babble that nearly had me giving up, but it was so short I persevered. The middle part was good how to change your life with the four agreements: speak impeccably, don't take things personally, do your best and some live each moment or something. Good stuff, but not grou...

  • Diana
    Jan 29, 2013

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

  • Jim Mitchell
    Jun 04, 2008

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

  • Emily
    Dec 09, 2009

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

  • Carrie
    Jul 20, 2012

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

  • Holly
    Aug 14, 2014

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

  • Adam
    Apr 10, 2014

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

  • Jessica
    Jan 29, 2010

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

  • Mindi Rosser
    May 18, 2011

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

  • Raha
    Aug 03, 2018

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

  • Camie
    May 21, 2016

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

  • Amirh
    Feb 20, 2012

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

    New age psycho babble that nearly had me giving up, but it was so short I persevered. The middle part was good how to change your life with the four agreements: speak impeccably, don't take things personally, do your best and some live each moment or something. Good stuff, but not grou...

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    The Four Agreements are: 1. Be Impeccable with your Word: Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the Word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your Word in the direction of truth and love. 2. Don?t Take Anything Personally No...

  • Heidi The Hippie Reader
    Jun 04, 2017

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

  • Rosie Nguyá»…n
    Mar 27, 2018

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

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    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

    New age psycho babble that nearly had me giving up, but it was so short I persevered. The middle part was good how to change your life with the four agreements: speak impeccably, don't take things personally, do your best and some live each moment or something. Good stuff, but not grou...

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    The Four Agreements are: 1. Be Impeccable with your Word: Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the Word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your Word in the direction of truth and love. 2. Don?t Take Anything Personally No...

    Beautiful words, with practical ideas, to live a better life and to have more freedom. A friend recommended this book to me a long time ago, but only recently I had the time to finish it. And it didn't disappoint me. However, I didn't like the book at the first sight, and it took m...

  • Zahra Dashti
    Apr 23, 2016

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

    New age psycho babble that nearly had me giving up, but it was so short I persevered. The middle part was good how to change your life with the four agreements: speak impeccably, don't take things personally, do your best and some live each moment or something. Good stuff, but not grou...

    ???? ???? ??? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ??? ??? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ???? ? ???? ???? ????. ???? ????? ?? ???? ? ?? ???? ???? ??? ????? ???? ?? ????...

  • Carmen
    May 16, 2015

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

  • Sara Kamjou
    Oct 22, 2017

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

  • Councillor
    Dec 13, 2016

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

  • Hussein Dehghani
    Apr 16, 2017

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

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  • Nayereh Ahmadian
    Dec 31, 2016

    I am reading this book, and even though it is a small book, when I finish page 129, I start over again on page 1. I have been reading it for about fifteen years now, and I suspect I will continue reading it for as long as I can read. A few pages at a time is more than enough to give me...

    I was surprised. I thought I would really like this book. A friend of mine told me the basic ideas were to be impeccable with your word, don't take things personally, don't make assumptions,and always do your best. To me, these sounded great: be honest, be forgiving, give others a chan...

    I'd like to propose this book as required reading for the course, Life. Make four simple agreements with yourself and living becomes so much easier, so much lighter: 1. Be impeccable with your word Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against ...

    This is my second time reading this book and I picked it up again because I felt I was compromising too much in my life and it was affecting my core. I have a chapter to go but here's the summary: The book cites four agreements that, with practice, will lead you to a happier state o...

    I never thought I would fall for a book by someone who would allow this picture of himself to adorn the back cover: I can't explain it. I'm not one to be floored by silly, little self-help books full of spirituality and cliches and horrible stories and simple advice. But I was. ...

    OK. So. I liked several parts of this book very much. I love that happiness is a choice. I especially appreciated reading about the third agreement: Don't Make Assumptions because communication is something I can always work on. I loved the parts about accepting and loving yourself and...

    The Four Agreements is a simple and short presentation of some very deep wisdom. In a world filled with spiritual reading material, this one's a goodie. It just made a lot of sense to me. These lessons come from the shaman culture of Central America. "Toltec knowledge arises from th...

    Miguel Ruiz' self-help nonfictional work could easily be summarized in a few words, and if - upon reading the book's blurb here on Goodreads, which basically provides such a summary - you find nothing worth investigating in this novel, then maybe you should rather choose another book. ...

    The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, A Toltec Wisdom Book, Miguel Ruiz The Four Agreements, was published in 1997 and has sold around 5.2 million copies in the U.S. and has been translated into 38 languages. The book advocates personal freedom from beliefs and a...

    Every human is a magician, and we can either put a spell on someone with our word or we can release someone from a spell. We cast spells all the time with our opinions. An example: I see a friend and give him an opinion that just popped into my mind. I say, "Hmmm! I see that kind of co...

    ???? ?????? ????? ??? ?? ????? ????????? ?????? ?? ?? ????? ???? ????? ?????. ?? ??? ???? ?? ?????? ????? ???????? ????? ? ????????? ?? ???? ?? ??? ???? ?????...

    Trivial introduction to New Age ethics with a large side order of third-rate, rancid leftovers from Jean-Jacques Rousseau, all written for a third-grade reading comprehension. Considering that the first agreement is "be impeccable with your word," it's ironic and even more horrifyin...

    Ruiz used to be a surgeon, until he fell asleep at the wheel one night and crashed into a wall. He recalls being outside of his physical body pulling two people from the wreckage. The near-death experience woke Ruiz to the teachings of his people, The Totecs, and thus renewed his origi...

    "Happiness is a choice, and so is suffering." The Toltec wisdom of this book is commonsense which we all have heard, but do not always believe and apply every moment. As I read each section, specific relationships (of mine or others) came vividly to mind, esp. "negative" or "toxic" peo...

    ?? ???? ?? "??? ????" ????? ??? ???? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ?? ????? ?????? ?????? ????. ????? ???? ?????? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ??? ????? ? ????? ?????? ?????? ???...

    I know this little book is the type of cliché self-help item that makes its way to the impulse-purchase-friendly shelves by the registers at Barns and Nobel around Christmas time and subsequently gathers dust on bookshelves across the nation unread by recipients because they are not t...

    The Four Agreements 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don?t take anything personally. 3. Don?t make assumptions. 4. Always do your best. I was given this book as a Birthday present from my little brother. He said its teachings can be life changing. I ENJOYED it a lot!!! A...

    This book is juvenile. The universally acceptable platitudes that make up the four agreements are the only useful phrases in the book. Every explanation is conclusory, circular, and intentionally unclear. His conclusions aren't drawn from any deductive reasoning or analysis, and nothin...

    I think most everyone has read this book . Basically it tells us to be true to our real selves, look for the good, not bad, live in the moment, not to accept others opinions of you as true. Don't make assumptions, tell people what you need. Don't take things personally - in short who c...

    Struggling somewhat to rate this one. There were a few nuggets that were very enlightening but a lot of unoriginal concepts or overly fluffy statements as well. I found myself thinking "hey, that reminds me of..." very frequently while reading this book. The book reads like retreads...

    ???? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???????? ?? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ?? ??????? ?? ?? ??? ????? ????? ????? ?????? ??????? ????. ????? ???? ???? ?????? ???? ? ?? ?????...

    Promoted as ?A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom,? The Four Agreements was not my first choice to read in my spare time. Upon request of a dear friend, I forcibly attempted this 138-page book mustering somewhat of an open mind. Already, I have wasted many years as an idealist, gr...

    Positives: -It's good to be reminded not to assume why people treat you a certain way. It is often not personal. -I liked the thought that if you shouldn't take negative comments personally, you also shouldn't take positive comments personally. Trying to believe one side and not th...

    This quick read was interesting in that I gained a new perspective on how others view the world. The book itself is quite simply written and very repetitive, and although brief, could have been about 1/8 the length to get the main points across. There are definitely some good takeaways...

    New age psycho babble that nearly had me giving up, but it was so short I persevered. The middle part was good how to change your life with the four agreements: speak impeccably, don't take things personally, do your best and some live each moment or something. Good stuff, but not grou...

    ???? ???? ??? ? ????? ?? ??? ???? ??? ????? ???? ??? ??? ??? ???? ?? ???? ??? ???? ???? ? ???? ???? ????. ???? ????? ?? ???? ? ?? ???? ???? ??? ????? ???? ?? ????...

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