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The 4 Agreements Meaning

To do your best is to enjoy the action without expecting a reward. Pleasure comes from doing what you love in life and having fun, not reward or compensation. Enjoy the path traveled and the destination will take care of itself. Living right now and letting go of the past helps us do our best right now. It allows us to be fully alive now, to enjoy the present without worrying about the past or the future. Be patient with yourself. Be consistent and persistent with judicious measures. If you always do your best, the transformation will happen naturally. “If you live without fear, if you love, there is no place for any of these emotions. If you don`t feel any of these emotions, it makes sense that you feel good.

If you feel good, everything is fine around you. If everything is great around you, everything makes you happy. You love everything around you because you love yourself. Because you love who you are, because you are happy with yourself. Because you are happy with your life […] happy with your agreements with life. The four agreements show us that there is another way. By freeing ourselves from social structures and expectations, we can make new deals for ourselves. As far as irreprolity is concerned, this word certainly has the connotation of perfectionism, and if you take it that way, you would indeed be going crazy. (By the way, the repress and other agreements you make with yourself are not demands that Ruiz makes of you.) On the other hand, if you set yourself the goal of being blameless with your word, you strive to be as honest and kind as possible with your words, without waiting for perfection from yourself or fighting if you are too short, this agreement with yourself could improve your well-being.

By changing the basis of your own chords, you master your own dream. I had to learn and teach a new meaning to “feel,” and guide myself and others on how to say “I feel.” I now insist that a single word can follow “I feel”, and this must express a personal experience in the emotional/physical body, preferably at this time. “I feel angry/sad/happy/fearful.” Almost 20 years ago, Don Miguel Ruiz wrote a book called The Four Accords. It explores the modern importance of The Tolèque teachings as a path to personal freedom and spiritual empowerment. Many people have found that the obligation of these four agreements has changed their lives and made them happier, more affectionate. If it wasn`t clear before, I`ll make it clear now: I`m not interested in being an apologist for Don Miguel Ruiz or debating his intentions. My question about whether feelings guide judgments was rhetorical and I don`t expect an answer, because psychological research has already answered this question for me. .