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THE FOUR AGREEMENTS ~ Just 4, It Will Change Your Life!

Posted Jul 26 2008 10:18am

4 agreementsEvery once in a while there comes a book that will change the way you look at life.  THE FOUR AGREEMENTS by Don Miguel Ruiz is such a book.  A couple of dear friends of mine recommended I read this book, in fact they gave me my first copy.  I read the four agreements in one short weekend.

Since that time, I have reread the book and actually have the CD version on my iPod.  I recommend it highly to everyone who wants to experience a new sense of freedom, true happiness, and love.  The four agreements are as follows:

    1.Be impeccable with your word- speak with integrity.

    2.Don't take anything personally- nothing others do is             because of you, it is a projection of their own reality.  

    3.Don't make assumptions- find the Courage to ask                 questions and to express what you really want.

    4.Always do your best- your best is going to change from         moment to moment, simply always do your best.

Don Miguel Ruiz will take you on a journey, based on ancient Toltec wisdom, explaining these four agreements, and how they apply to your life.

Here is what a dear friend of mine,Laurie Hays, the creator of The Complete 12-Step Guide To Starting A Home-Based Business, had to say after she read the book. She also included the video version of the prayers that are in the back of the book.  Check out what Laurie had to say about the book and watch the short video, I know you will enjoy it.

You can find a link to this book at the lower right side of this page.  After you read the book, come back and comment on your thoughts about the book.

This book has been a blessing to me and I know it will be to you also.



"Every good teacher hopes to give his students so much of his own learning that they will one day no longer need him."  This is the one true goal of the teacher.

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