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 Take Anything Personally, Don't Make Assumptions, Always Do Your Best....
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کتاب چهار میثاق یک کتاب خودیاریه که شاید حرف جدیدی نزنه ولی از اونجایی که به سبک جدیدی بیانش میکنه میتونه اثرگذار باشه.
اوایل کتاب حالت عرفانی داره و در ادامه با چهار تا قانون مواجهیم: با کلام خود گناه نکنید، هیچ چیز را به خود نگیرید، تصورات باطل نکنید، همیشه بیشترین تلاشتان را بکنید.
با اینکه این قوانین پیش پا افتاده به نظر میرسن اما بخش مهمی از حال خوب یا بد ما رو میتونن بسازن و مثالهای کتاب میتونه در عمقی به یاد سپردن و به کار بستنش موثر باشه.
شخصا این کتاب رو به مراجعهام توصیه خواهم کرد و به نظ ...more
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 chance to say what they think and try your best...or so I thought!
The ideas were actually more along the lines of: don't send out poisonous words that put spells on people, don't let others poison you with their spells ...more
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. This book might just change my life.
I'll hand the rest of this review over to David Foster Wallace:
"It seems to me that the intellectualization and aestheticizing of principles and values in this country is one of the thin ...more
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, grasping at wishful thinking as a way to truth. Being a childhood survivor of religious indocrination, I now err on the side of skepticism before embracing any proposal as legitimate. That preface made, I share with you ...more
کتاب خوبی بود ، نکاتی که طرح کرده بود البته شاید بشه گفت حرف تازه ای نبود ولی دسته بندی و بیان خوبی داشت. ارزش خوندن رو داشت و به نظرم توان اثر گذاری خوبی هم داشت
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 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
Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a projection of their own ...more
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 ground breaking or earth shattering. We know all this stuff, but it is nice to be reminded and hopefully inspired to do better. Unfortunately it ended with more new age stuff. It's sort of a sandwich and just like an O ...more
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 the "type of person who reads self-help books."
But please don't judge this book by it's section.
The writing is a bit choppy and the use of repetition can be annoying initially, but the message is completely worth it ...more