Cccc`s comment seems to come from a person who is a bit un obstructed. Being really friendly and generous doesn`t mean letting selfish people walk around. When that happens, you probably won`t be as “enlightened” as you think you are yourself. Going after what you want in life is not selfish and it doesn`t need to hurt others. Cccc`s point of view, honestly, is very co-dependent. While it`s great to be conscientious, as you use it, this agreement can be difficult to completely respect. It`s a great goal you`re aiming for and a good direction you can work towards. I have neither read nor planned this book. I saw these four chords on the wall in a yoga teacher house and laughed.
These tenants are what Saniel Bonder, the founder of Waking Down In Mutality, would call hyper-masculine ideas to improve us. They could improve our lives for a while, but like all self-improvement projects, they imply that ultimately we need more self-insurance. Although there is an important place for the action component in life (the male strength), it is necessary to reconcile it with the softer outfit and to accept the maternity qualities of the deep feminine. Truly loving us for and with all our human weaknesses is the key to the non-judgment of ourselves and others, and a surprising impudence. This can pave the way for a deeper understanding that involves knowing us as an unlimited presence of Devine. Here is a spontaneous list of my 4 chords: (1) Take a break – again and again The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom is a self-help book by bests and fare author Don Miguel Ruiz with Janet Mills. The book proposes a code of conduct based on the ancient wisdom of Toltec, which advocates the freedom of self-limiting beliefs that can cause suffering and limitations in a person`s life. Miguel has already mentioned John:1 several times.
For example, on January 1, 2012, he posted on Facebook, www.facebook.com/donMiguelRuiz/posts/10150478684012771) “The Gospel of John in the Bible expresses very clearly the power of the Word: `In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word is God.` Whatever language we speak, our intention is manifested in the word. Communicating with ourselves, not taking things personally (#2) gives us the opportunity to look inward, to find and change the old arrangements and beliefs — most of the lies of our domestication in childhood — that involve us emotionally and push us to react. The author of the article describes precisely the “dream” of people that distorts what people say or do. It is a powerful gift from Toltec Wisdom. What this means is that this concept is to understand how the behavior of others is only a reflection of them. If someone gives us feedback on our behaviour or about us as human beings, it is important to remember that no opinion is really objective; We all have our prejudices, our filters, through which we see the world. That is why we should not regard the views of others on ourselves or our actions as perfectly correct. When someone talks about us, he really says something about himself and how he sees the world.