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The Four Agreements Review Christian

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Ruiz calls it “personal sense.” The concept deals with the idea that we consider ourselves the center of the universe. Especially unconsciously. People think that everything that is going on is about us. But nothing that others do is really above us. That`s true of personal insults. Ruiz recommends that we stay away from the need to be right or to win the argument. Our faith is “our faith.” Our beliefs are agreements that we have chosen to perceive reality — our lenses. This is not to say that our convictions are correct in one way or another. Avoid arguing by not trying too hard to convince others that your perspective or your view of reality is the right version. My last review was 12 Rules For Life by Jordan B Peterson.

I think it`s a great book, but once I put it on the shelf, I remembered, as well as Peterson`s advice is that the foundation was always based on principles. I was stunned for a while when my mind and heart fought with the basics to change his own life. Then I spied on don Miguel Ruiz`s four chords on my shelf almost next to my newcomer. Agreements, yes, I remembered reading the Four Accords years ago, and I found the concept of agreements as amania of life and relationships from the point of view of agreements and not principles. So I`m rereading the book, and here`s my review. I hope you enjoy it. This is where Ruiz`s first three chords put rubber on the street. The other three agreements will enter into force with the final agreement. In conclusion, I see the immense value in the Four Agreements, but the enabling of the agreements requires the Holy Spirit.

It is interesting to note that Ruiz concludes the book by discussing spiritual warriors. It all starts with consciousness – unfortunately, most people are not aware of their condition or situation. Consciousness is the first step. As far as my convictions are concerned, these are my two main problems with Roman Catholics: I believe that we Christians should respect the Jewish people and their traditions more. After all, this is the faith in which our Lord Jesus Christ grew and celebrated. I also do not believe in celibacy (from my point of view, Jesus and the apostles were too busy traveling, learning and teaching to care for women or earthly joys), but I respect priests because by choosing celibacy, they choose to live like him. Nor do I think the four agreements are the ultimate truth. I think these are ten oversimplified agreements.

Brain Mason writes: but what is “SHOULD” of a Christian`s reaction to this book? Tell us to Brian. What “SHOULD” is my reaction to the four chords – What I think “should” what I should read, observe, write, say ????? You are selfish and narcissistic when you project your own revelations about other people and say that what you think should be “the answer.” I am sad, because it is arrogant and selfish and you use the Bible to argue something that God is probably not even interested in reality. I have served the four chords with God, and he has revealed to me that I should pass this knowledge on to other people, because some people are in another place where they receive courses, and the four chords are based on love, not all that nonsense you say. Sorcery hahahahahahaha Are you living in the old bud testament!! Because Jesus came to fill the new will…… Brian, anyway… I love you, but you don`t need to be cut and dry with your belief systems that it will keep you in life – What God wants you to live abundantly!! Anyone can use Don Miguel`s book and make it so much better to live there – it`s much more practical than the Bible with different wisdom — Dont Shone it – Love it and use it to make what you already know stronger.

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