The Fifth Agreement Indigo

After having already liked the four chords, I have a lot of fun hearing the fifth, so much so that I will read them again and I am convinced that everything I have learned will help me in my journey, I already feel happier 😁 thanks to the author! And I can only highly recommend this book! One cold November day, when they stole my leather jacket, I was told that I could have a room in the remote town of Tskneti. I had taken Sokhumi`s jacket, but forgot to hide it for a second. “What is this Tskneti, I wonder?” I told a fortune, even though I agreed with everything before, even though they had given me a bed in hell, a corner in the bathroom and a shelf in heaven. “Wherever God leaves me… I thought. This practical guide complements Ruiz`s first book on the 4 chords. It is back to the basics of common sense in a Tolèque way and can be applied by anyone and anyone. Really inspiring and simple and all the more enjoyable when you hear it through the chocolate sounds of Peter Coyotes` voice. This is highly recommended. Much of the book is a summary of the 4 chords, which is nice to recite, but is not fresh content. The 5th Agreement, which I will not be able to spoil to those who do not know it, is a principle that I already apply in my life, and it is a good one, but it is one that should also apply to the teachings of this book and, in fact, to all the teachings. I enjoyed the book and I love its wisdom, but I found some claims unreasonable and found myself implementing the 5th Agreement. As rules by which one must live, the five agreements are valuable and desirable. I am not sure that the part of enlargement on the 5th agreement was really useful or valuable as soon as you know what it is.

It would probably have been helpful to immerse yourself deeply in cognitive biases, as it relates primarily to them. Biblical references/analogies and spiritual stories were a bit of a deterrent to me, but didn`t get the better of the Book`s message. 5/5.C`s amazing. I must say that Don Miguel Ruiz is my favorite writer in spirituality/philosophy/self-development. The four chords changed my life and it`s a great sequel. I love these teachings and the Totec philosophy. Great narrator, great listening. Of course, offer to start with the 4 chords before reading it. A good continuation of the four chords Total loved them both Excellent work by Peter Coyote Thank you In The Four Agreements, a New York Times bestseller for over seven years, Don Miguel Ruiz revealed how the process of our upbringing or “domestication” can make us forget the wisdom with which we were born…