That is the agreement. Regarding your question about „Impeccable“ in your answer, I refer you to „The Four Agreements“ to understand what Miguel Ruiz means when he uses that term. Most people lack their explanation because they read „impeccably“ and distort them into other concepts that are already stored in their minds. There is a BIG difference! While the chords are sometimes oversimplified, it`s still a big little book with a few heavy ideas. Focusing on one of these agreements can significantly improve your life and reduce stress. Focusing on all four can really change the lives of many people. While these suggestions are usually followed and not fanatically, they can help you reduce a large amount of stress by helping you avoid patterns of thought and behavior that cause frustration, blame, hurt feelings, and other negative emotions. In addition to the book and audiobook, there is also an eBook, a four-color illustrated book, a map cover, and an online course. [1] What it contains is that this concept deals with understanding how the behavior of others is only a reflection of them. If someone gives us feedback about our behavior or about us as human beings, it`s important to remember that no opinion is truly objective. We all have our prejudices, our filters through which we look at the world. In this case, we should not consider that the opinion of others about ourselves or our actions is not quite correct. When someone says something about us, they really say something about themselves and how they win the world.

I also found it strange to judge a book about the behavior of a person who claims to have read it and about the elderly who are the ancestors of the book author. For this reason, I did not respond to Cccc`s comment. If the commentator explained why he thinks the four agreements encourage people to behave recklessly and selfishly, I might have had an answer. As it stands, I support the idea that, toltec or not, these principles are a healthy lifestyle and are consistent with the best practices supported by modern psychology: well said, Coleen. Often, people don`t see how they make decisions, how they can leave negative experiences behind. You seem to have a good understanding of how you can overcome the past and achieve happiness in life. If we have made relationship agreements (regardless of the relationship) that the sharing for information purposes is done in the name of intimacy and not a complaint or an invitation to fix something to protect me from the emotional reactions I create myself. IMPRESSIVE. It`s vulnerable intimacy and can go anywhere (no links to the result….