January Book Study - The Four Agreements
January Book Study - The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz
This month's book study will look at Don Miguel Ruiz's The Four Agreements. This look will take priority in establishing a discussion about those agreements and how everyone processed and received the book's suggestions.
Then we will review some of the readers' findings.
Once you register, you will receive an email with an attachment in PDF form:
A Book Study Outline including:
- Featured Book details, with options to purchase locally or online (for those that are living in rural communities or have mobility issues)
Suggested Reading Method
Coming by Email Later This Month:
- Study Questions
- Further Reading Suggestions
- Related Resources
- Useful Links
- Folk Woman's "Applications to everyday life" also known as: Folk Living Theory (this is Amanda's Philosophical Theory which is in development)
About the Book:
"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."
you can purchase it online here from Amazon at a price that's variable with the quality of the book you purchase at Amazon.ca HERE.
I only recommend buying books online if you lack a local book store or you live rurally and/or have mobility issues.
Ideally you can borrow a book someone else might already have or that you can find for sale at a second hand store. Books can also be found at the local public library for free. Sometimes, if you can promise to return the text, some community services will have lending libraries, think: shelters, community services offices, employment service offices, or even spiritual leaders and church's often have lending libraries.